Protest against Saudi Arabian princes hunting in India
1978
Publishing case studies on community-led conservation
Demonstration to protect Delhi Ridge Forest
1979
Kalpavriksh members in Chipko movement rally
Tehri Garhwal, 1980
Investigation into impacts of Narmada dams
1983
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KALPAVRIKSH is a non profit organisation working on environmental and social issues at local, national and global levels. We believe that a country can develop meaningfully only when ecological sustainability and social equity are guaranteed.

Our office will remain closed on account of the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic. We will resume our operations after the end of the lockdown.

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VIKALP SANGAM

As the world hurtles towards greater ecological devastation the biggest question facing us is: are there alternative ways of meeting human needs and aspirations, without trashing the earth and without leaving half of humanity behind?

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GLOBAL TAPESTRY OF ALTERNATIVES

The Global Tapestry of Alternatives is an initiative seeking to create solidarity networks and strategic alliances amongst all these alternatives on local, regional and global levels. It locates itself in or helps initiate interactions among alternatives. It operates through varied and light structures, defined in each space, that are horizontal, democratic, inclusive and non-centralized, using diverse local languages and other ways of communicating.

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MAP OF COMMUNITY CONSERVED AREAS

The map provides detailed information about several Community Conserved Areas across India. The sites can be filtered according to their ecosystem type.

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