GWT primarily aims at working for greener and sustainable future of mankind.
- Public Health Initiatives
- Waste Management
- Sustainable Livelihoods
- Social Upliftment
- Skill Development
- Management & Restoration of Air, Soil, Water
- Habitat Restoration
- Habitat & Species Conservation
- Nature Education & Awareness
- Wildlife & Environmental Research
- Philanthropical Activities
- Enforcement of Law
‘Conservation Starts at Home’
An eye-opening Tedx talk by Nikhil Bhopale
World Wetlands Day special
A documentary by Aishwarya Sridhar:
Panje- The Last Wetland
Project Jataayu kickstarts at Phansad Wildlife Sanctuary. We have started working with the Forest Department to run the Vulture Restaurant in order to revive and sustain the population of Vultures in Phansad Wildlife Sanctuary. This project will also support livelihoods of the locals in Phansad.
Our Awareness Officer, Ms Gargi Geedh got featured on a popular Instagram handle ‘Women of the Wild – India’. An initiative by Akanksha Sood Singh, this handle profiles and spotlights the women working in the field of nature conservation. GWT is proud of you, @Gargi.
It’s an initiative of planting 30,000 trees to restore a degraded forest in Chiplun, Ratnagiri, Maharashtra. The motive is slow down the process of climate change by restoring a moist-deciduous forest in Konkan region.
Our Reach & Impact
Here’s What our Associate Have to say About Us.