Earth Day Network India

generated awareness and works for the environment, eco system for a more sustainable changes to protect the earth

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    New Delhi, Delhi

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Earth Day Network India (EDN) is a trust registered in India on September 22, 2011. It engages with multiple organizations from the government, academ Read moreic, and education sectors to take the environmental movement forward. EDN programs reach out to varied demographic profiles across the length and breadth of the country—from those at the grassroots to policymakers. EDN has programs in each Indian state and in several geographically diverse climatic zones, where it works in partnership with leading environmental organizations. The lead campaigns on which EDN focuses include building environmental literacy, increasing the green cover, restoring Earth’s lands, waters, and species, promoting smart agricultural practices, promoting clean and green fuels, managing waste.

Demographies Served


  • Trees4Earth

    To combat climate change and protect ecosystems, Trees4Earth seeks to motivate people throughout the world to plant trees. Since 2016, more than 900 million trees have been planted in India, largely because to the efforts of governments, non-governmental organisations, businesses, educational institutions, religious organisations, and private citizens. Earth Day Network travels to rural areas to educate people about the fact that the fruit trees they plant will soon produce fruit that will both support their families and provide cash. More than 100,000 fruit seedlings were handed by Earth Day Network in Lalitpur, one of the most drought-prone regions of India.

  • End Plastic Pollution

    The Earth Day Network runs initiatives led by citizens to #EndPlasticPollution. We sponsored an All-India Plog Run, which took place in 50 Indian cities and attracted 2.8 million participants, by collaborating with other partners. Major beach clean-ups in Maharashtra have included the well-known Juhu beach in Mumbai. Prominent hotel brands have shown their support for our #RefuseTheStraw campaign. Together with religious leaders, we convinced well-known locations that receive millions of visitors to designate themselves "No Plastic Zones." The whole Ganges River, including coastal regions, mountainous areas, and second-tier cities are additional targets for #EndPlasticPollution campaigns.

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  • Karuna Singh




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  • Headquarters

    C/O Kochhar & Co. Unit, 1120-21 11th Floor, Tower A, DLF Towers Jasola, Jasola District Centre, New Delhi, 110025


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