Brief Profile : We at SNHC India intend to sensitive people for Nature and its beings through various awareness programmes either online or offline. we are also working with some NGO’s for River rejuvenation programs too.
Publications : SNHC Journal – It is our Quarterly Journal Published from Bhopal MP for sensitising people for Nature Healing and conservation Practices.
Individuals Active within the organization :
Vikas Singh Baghel
Jaspreet Singh Reel
Brief Profile : Our primary remit is to provide education videos about all aspects of freshwater ecosystems in India. We do this by organising webinars featuring some of the brightest young talent in India of people working with freshwater ecosystems in many forms. The resulting videos are on our YouTube channel.
We have experience of rivers across the whole country, and especially with reptiles, otters and fish, plus community engagement and river conservation strategies from local to regional scale.
It is our intention to allow access to education resources for the huge numbers who, through force of circumstance or deliberate discrimination, cannot access quality education.
Anuja Mital (Freshwater Turtles and Tortoises of India)
Gopakumar Menon (Nityata River Otter Conservancy)
Sneha Dharwadkar (Freshwater Turtles and Tortoises of India)
Steve Lockett (Mahseer Trust)
Individuals organisation :
Bhim Singh Rawat,
Brief Profile : We coordinate the campaign on River Mahanadi
Mahanadi Banchao Jivika Banchao Aviyan
Chattisgarh – Odisha
A network of organizations of both the States.
Leaflets in local Language
Individuals organization :
Ananta Bhai, Odisha
Ganesh Kuchhwa (Chhattisgarh)
Raghubir Pradhan (Chhattisgarh)
Sisir Hue, Odisha
Brief Profile: Shipra Jayjayvanti river basins work at water contravention plantations and other environmental activities.
List of Publications: NGO Jagat monthly news-letter
Individuals within the organisation: Nadee Punarjivan
NEER Foundation was founded in 2004 after realizing the urgent need for capacity building of different stakeholders involved in the management and protection of the environment and society. Since its appearance NEER Foundation has worked untiringly towards developing a sustainable environment for all by means of grassroot level activities, policy advocacy, mass awareness, community ac-tion, field demonstrations and information dissemination. The ef-forts of NEER Foundation have borne fruit in the form of improved institutional and local environment and increased community par-ticipation in various environmental and human rights issues at the local, national and international levels.
NF strongly believes that public awareness plays a major role in defining policy issues at various levels. Over the years NF has be-come capable of advocating for various environmental and human rights issues by means of collection and dissemination of informa-tion about the resources and accessing the damages caused to our environment and society. This has been done by outreaching to the locals through grassroot level initiatives along with an active participation in the policy making by interacting with various stake-holders such as government authorities, corporate, activists, tech-nical experts and advisors etc.
List of Publications:
East Kali River Documentary
Hindon River Documentary
Newsletter (Hindon Maati)
MAYRASTR KE JALSHROT
Individuals within the organisation: Raman Kant
Expeditions India is a committed team of river professionals offering epic whitewater river rafting and kayaking expeditions throughout the Indian Himalaya. We uphold rigorous safety standards, practice environmental and social sustainability on all of our trips, and are focused on providing incredible adventures on India’s most spectacular rivers. We feel that the adventure industry has a key role to play in the restoration of rivers and river basins.
Individuals within the organisation: Anvesh Singh Thapa, Ing-Marie Putka.
Vindhyan Ecology and Natural History Foundation (VENHF) is a registered non-profit organisation (2012) with its headquarter in Mirzapur, Uttar Pradesh, India working for protection and conservation of the nature, natural resources and rights of the nature dependent communities in the ecologically fragile landscape of Vindhya Range in India. Vindhya Bachao Abhiyan is the flagship campaign of the organization.
List of Publications:
Individuals within the organisation: Debadityo Sinha, Shiva Kumar Upadhyay, Parul Gupta
Society for Promoting Participative Ecosystem Management (SOPPECOM) is a non-profit, non-governmental organisation working in the area of Natural Resource Management (NRM) primarily in the rural areas. It is committed to the principles of sustainable and rational use of natural resources, equity and social justice in the distribution of benefits especially to the disadvantaged sections like dalits, landless, women, democratic and decentralised governance of these resources.
As an organisation committed to these principles, SOPPECOM extends its support to grassroots groups working on NRM issues through training, resource literacy, participatory planning, research and policy advocacy.
Within the broad spectrum of rural livelihood issues, water resource management, along with land, biomass and renewable energy, forms the core of SOPPECOM’s concerns. Support for organising people into legal associations as user groups for participative management of eco-system resources, primarily water has been one of the key activities of SOPPECOM for more than a decade.
List of Publications: Please visit the link
http://soppecom.org/publications.htm for our entire list of publications
Brief Profile: HARELA(Hands Applying Reconciliation Ecology through Local Archetypes). “Harela” the word symbolizes greenery with prosperity in its root. It is one of the major festival in Uttarakhand to mark the advent of rainy season and new harvest by planting trees. A non-profit organization based in Pithoragarh, Uttarakhand, India. It was registered (2/2012-1013) under society registration act 1060E, as a society in April 2012 aiming to work nationwide on environment issues. Harela Society presently works in Uttarakhand, Delhi & Hyderabad.
Harela Society focuses on to develop, encourage and support local models of nature and environment conservation. It believes in the approach of Reconciliation Ecology and continuously working on building spatial relationship and environment for local communities, wildlife and its habitat in Himalayan region with the support and partnership with different communities, organizations and governments across the country.
Trying to revive Local stream called ‘Rai’ in Pithoragarh and actively involved in public awareness and legal issues related to upcoming Pancheshwar Multi Purpose Dam Project, Uttarakhand.
Individuals within the organisation: Manoj Matwal
Brief Profile: Undertaken ecological health of various rivers in Gujarat.
Documentation of biodiversity of rivers like Vishwamitri, Purna, Kim and Kolak
Health of the estuaries of the rivers in south Gujarat with respect to pollution and sediment quality
List of Publications:
• Patel B., Rathod J. Y., Suthar A. (2017) “Avian Diversity around the Riparian Zone of Vishwamitri River, Vadodara, Gujarat”.International Journal of Zoology Study. Vol. 2 (3)., 39-45
• AkshataMagadum, Tejas Patel, DeepaGavali (2017). Assessment of Physicochemical parameters and Water Quality Index of Vishwamitri River, Gujarat, India.(2017). International Journal of Environment, Agriculture and Biotechnology (IJEAB).Vol 2, issue 4. Pp. 1505-1510.
• Tejas Patel, JagrutiRathod, JayendraLakhmapurkar, DeepaGavali (2017). Assessment of water Quality of Kim River, Gujarat. India. International Research Journal of Natural and Applied Sciences.Vol 4 (1). Pp : 41-49.
• D.J. Gavali, T.R. Patel, and Mitali Patel (2016) “Status of water quality of Mini River, Vadodara” in International Journal of Current Research (IJCR).Vol. 8 (08): 36757-36762.
• Dhara R. Shah, Sumesh N. Dudani, Amita O. Sankhwal and Deepa J. Gavali, (2015) Riparian vegetation of Mini River in Vadodara, Gujarat , International Journal Of Environmental Sciences Volume 6, No 2, 2015
• Amita O. Sankhwal, Shruti D. Shah, Deepa J. Gavali and Sumesh N. Dudani (2015).Riparian Flora of Mahi River, Gujarat. Biolife, 3(4), pp 820-826.
• Jagruti Y. Rathod, Ishani B. Patel and Deepa J. Gavali (2015). “Avifaunal Diversity of Mini River of Vadodara District of Gujarat”. In International Journal of Pharmacy & Life Sciences. June 6(6), pp. 4521-4530.
• Sonal Deshkar, Mewada Khyati, and Gavali Deepa (2014). Spatial difference in pollution levels across Vishwamitri River. International Journal of Environmental Biology; 4(1): 51-56
• Sonal Deshkar, Jayendra Lakhmapurkar and Deepa Gavali (2014). Temporal variation in the nutrient fluxes in Narmada estuary. Accepted for publication at Indian journal of Geo marine science. 43 (2):284-288
Individuals within the organisation: Dr. Jayendra Lakhmapurkar, Dr. Jagruti Rathod
Brief Profile: Understanding Asia’s water crisis – environment news and views website that examines the ecology, the economy and the society in the entire Himalayas – from Afghanistan to China – and the basins of rivers that flow down from the Himalayas – with a central focus on rivers, especially trans boundary rivers.
List of Publications: Thousands – please see website
Individuals within the organisation: Joydeep Gupta, Omair Ahmad, Zofeen Ebrahim, Ramesh Bhushal, Zobaidur Rehman
Brief Profile: Working on dams, irrigation, hydropower, eflows, water pollution, inland water ways, overall monitoring of water policy, water conflicts, interstate water disputes