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How Can We Conserve/Save Our Environment? : UN’s Faith of Earth Counsellor Baba Sewa Singh

Baba Sewa Singh of Kaar Sewa Khadoor Sahib has been engaged in environment conservation for past about two decades now. Kaar Sewa Khadoor Sahib has planted hundreds of thousands trees in Punjab under its greenery drive. This Sikh body has set up rain water harvesting on various buildings under its direct or indirect management. Kaar Sewa Khadoor Sahib has planted more than one hundred small forests at different places in Punjab.

Environmental Sustainability – Truths and Myths

The documentary starts with the quote of Martin Luther King Jr., “In the End, we will remember not the words of our enemies, but the silence of our friends.”

Farming Expert Gurpreet Singh Dabrikhana Advocates For Organic Farming in Punjab

Agriculture and Environment Awareness Centre marked United Nation's Nature Conservation Day on 28th of July 2021. A discussion for Soil and Water Conservation in Punjab was held at Ludhiana on this day. Speaking during this event, farming expert Gurpreet Singh Dabrikhana advocated for organic farming in Punjab. This is full video recording of speech of Gurpreet Singh Dabrikhana.

How Severe is Punjab’s Ground Water Crisis? Will Punjab’s Ground Water Vanish by 2040?

Agriculture and Environment Awareness Center held a discussion to mark UN Nature Conservation Day on 28th of July 2021. Speaking during this event Parmjeet Singh presented data related to Punjab's ground water crisis and said that the situation is so severe that if we do not change the pattern of ground water use, then Punjab would turn desert by 2040. He said Punjab is set to consume its ground water resources by 2040 at present rate of over-extraction of ground water.

Can Horticulture Be An Option For Punjab’s Troubled Agriculture? Interview with Hardial S. Gharyala

Punjab's agriculture is in dire crisis and to overcome this, Punjab needs to diversify from rice-paddy crop cycle that has drained its' natural resources. A team of Agriculture and Environment Awareness Centre met S. Hardial Singh Gharyala, former deputy director of Horticulture in Punjab.

Young Couple Return To Punjab To Connect To The Roots; Engage in Organic Farming At Native Village

A team of Agriculture and Environment Awareness Center met Gurpreet Singh and Navjit Kaur who have returned from New Zealand and have started organic farming in their native village near Patti in district Tarn Taran. This is video recording of talk with Gurpreet Singh and Navjit Kaur.

Punjab Farmers’ Family to Return Land to Nature by Planting Dense Forest

To maintain environmental and ecological balance it is necessary to keep 33% of land under trees. But only 6% of land surface of Punjab is ...

Youth Planting and Taking Care of Trees to Maintain Environmental and Ecological Balance

To maintain environmental and ecological balance it is necessary to keep 33% of land under trees. But only 6% of land surface of Punjab is ...

Punjab Ground Water Crisis – Focused Efforts Are Required to Overcome Wide Range of Challenges

  In Sri Jap Nisan Sahib, Hazur Sri Guru Nanak Sahib Ji celebrates water as the basic origin of life: “ਪਵਣੁ ਗੁਰੂ ਪਾਣੀ ਪਿਤਾ ਮਾਤਾ ...

Chemical Free Natural Farming in Punjab – Talk with Successful Farmer Gurmukh Singh Rangeelpur

    Agriculture and Environment Center is calling for paddy reduction in Punjab in order save ground water. The Center is holding Water Awareness March ...

Chemical Free Natural Farming in Punjab – Talk with Successful Farmer Gurmukh Singh Rangeelpur

Agriculture and Environment Center is calling for paddy reduction in Punjab in order save ground water. The Center is holding Water Awareness March and meeting environmentalists, agriculture experts and successful farmers practicing natural farming, or using farming techniques which save water.

Reduce Paddy, Save Punjab – Water Awareness Campaign in Punjab

Bhai Mandhir Singh, one of the directors of Agriculture and Environment Center, said that Jal Chetna Yatra will start on 7th of June from Darbar Sahib, Sri Amritsar. No end date is announced for conclusion of the Yatra. He said that if restrictions on gatherings etc. are lifted then a Jal Panchayat (Water Assembly) could be organized after the conclusion of this yatra.