Conservations Orgs

A Rocha India
A Rocha is a family of projects working in Europe, the Middle East, Africa, North and South America, and
Asia. A Rocha India is a non-profit public charitable trust with objectives relating to the conservation of
natural resources and biodiversity in the Indian subcontinent.
A Rocha India
Anjenya Street
Austin Town
Bangalore – 560 047
Tel (Mobile) +91 98860 16260
Tel/Fax +91 80 41138307
Aquaculture Foundation of India (AFI)
Aquaculture Foundation of India (AFI) was established in 1994. It is a non-government organization
(NGO), devoting itself for the promotion of aquaculture all over India.
Aquaculture Foundation of India
Old No: 4/New No: 40, Kapaleeswarar Nagar,
Neelankarai, Chennai 600 041. India.
Tel./Fax: 044-24490924 / 24490840
Fax: 044-24490924
Mob.: 9444462195 / 9840714472
Bombay Natural History Society
The Bombay Natural History Society is a non-government organization (NGO) on the Indian subcontinent
engaged in nature conservation research. The Society’s guiding principle is that conservation must be based
on scientific research. Its mission is “conservation of nature, primarily biological diversity, through action
based on research, education and public awareness”.
Bombay Natural History Society
Shaheed Bhagat Singh Road
Mumbai 400 023
Phone: +(91-22) 22821811
Fax: (91-22) 22837615
Centre for Appropriate Rural Technologies (CART)
CART was established in 1991. It is involved in promoting appropriate technologies and sustainable
development practices in harmony with the environment, water conservation, alternate building
technologies, and energy.
Centre for Appropriate Rural Technologies (CART)
Address: Centre for Appropriate Rural Technology,
The National Institute of Engineering, Mysore-570008, Karnataka, India
Tel: +91-821-5250502
Fax: +91-821-2485802
Greenpeace International
Greenpeace is a non-profit organization, with a presence in 40 countries across Europe, the Americas, Asia
and the Pacific. As a global organization, Greenpeace campaigns to stop climate change, protect ancient
forests, save the oceans, stop whaling, say no to genetic engineering, stop the nuclear threat, eliminate toxic
chemicals, and encourage sustainable trade.
Greenpeace India, Head Office
#3360, 13th B Main, HAL II Stage
Indira Nagar, Bangalore
Karnataka, India
(“Life Pilgrimage”)
Jeevan Tirth’s mission is to protect river based civilization and to create an awareness in “soil and water
conservation”. Reverence for life and protection and enhancement of the purity of five basic elements is the
foundation of environmental activism of JeevanTirth.
Juna Koba, Gandhinagar 382009, Gujarat.
Tel: +91-79-23276236
Kalpavriksh Environmental Action Group (Kalpavriksh)
Kalpavriksh is a non profit organization working on environmental and social issues. The group began in
1979 with a campaign led by students to save Delhi’s Ridge Forest. Kalpavriksh believes that a country can
develop meaningfully only when ecological sustainability and social equity are guaranteed, and a sense of
respect for, and oneness with nature and fellow humans is achieved.
Kalpavriksh Environmental Action Group – Pune Office
Apt 5, Shree Dutta Krupa, 908 Deccan Gymkhana, Pune 411006
Tel.: (020) 25654239 , 25675450
Kalpavriksh Environmental Action Group – Delhi Office
Kalpavriksh 134, Tower 10 Supreme EnclaveMayur Vihar Phase 1Delhi-110091
Tel.: +91 11 22753714
Lok Seva Shikshan Vikas Trust
Lok Seva Shikshan Vikas Trust promotes nature conservation is through the slogan “No more plastics”. It
runs activity programs on plastic consumption, raises awareness in educational institutions, and supports
nature clubs for programs based on pollution.
Lok Seva Shikshan Vikas Trust
At. Manpur- Kheroj, P.O. Vasi, Taluka : Danta, Dist. Banaskantha, Gujarat.
Tel: +91-2749-278793, 278571
Fax: +91-2749-264722
Nature Club Surat Environment Education and Research Center
Nature Club’s mission is to support conservation through education and awareness by promoting nature
and environmental education in educational institutions, public organizations, villages, and urban areas of
Surat and South Gujarat, and by creating awareness through direct and indirect actions. Programs include
training of resource persons for environmental education and creating support publications.
Nature Club Surat Environment Education and Research Center
Address: 81, Sarjan Society, Athwalines, Surat. 395007
Tel: +91-261-2227596
Cell: +91-98250-57678
Fax: +91-261-2890807
Reef Watch Marine Conservation (RWMC)
Reef Watch Marine Conservation is a non profit NGO that aims to create awareness of the ocean and its
wealth, by educating citizens (especially those who live off the sea) about its responsible and sustainable
Reef Watch Marine Conservation
Priyanka Building, Ground Floor14-C Boran Rd, off Hill Rd, Bandra West
Mumbai 400 050, India
Tel.: 91 22 30913882
91 22 26518223
91 22 26518206
Fax: 91 22 26518209
Society for Environment Education and Development (SEED)
SEED is dedicated to promoting nature conservation ideas in different institutions, working in both urban
and rural areas for students, farmers, fishers, and tribal people. SEED conducts activities like seed
collection, seed dispersion, and save tree programs and raises awareness about the importance of nature. Its
aim is to use ecoliteracy and ecodesign to establish an ecological and sustainable future.
Society for Environment Education and Development (SEED)
G-4,Yogeshwar flat, Vastrapur Crossing road,
Opp. Times of India Press, Vejalpur, Ahmedabad – 380051.
Tel: +91-79-6824295
WWF – World Wildlife Fund for Nature-India
WWF’s ultimate goal is to stop and eventually reverse environmental degradation and to build a future
where people live in harmony with nature. WWF-India is the largest organisation engaged in wildlife and
nature conservation in the country. It is a science-based organization and addresses issues like the survival
of species and habitats, climate change and environmental education.
WWF-India, Secretariat,
New Delhi (IN) Main Office
172-B Lodi Road
New Delhi
110 003 India
Tel.: +91 11 5150 4815
Fax: +91 11 5150 4795
WWF-India, Maharashtra State Office,
Mumbai (IN)
WWF-India Maharashtra State Office,
National Insurance Building, 2nd Floor,
Opp. Central Camera,
204, Dr. D.N. Road, Fort,
Mumbai 400001 India
Tel.: +91 22 2207 1970
Fax: +91 22 2207 6037
WWF-India, State Office – Chandigarh (IN)
WWF-India Punjab, Haryana,
Himachal Pradesh & Chandigarh State
Office, Karuna Sadan, Room No. 4,
First Floor, Sector 11-B,
Chandigarh -160009 India
Tel.: +91 172 746 231
Fax: +91 172 743 139
TRAFFIC India, New Delhi (IN)
172-B Lodi Road
New Delhi
110 003 India
Tel.: +91 11 4698578
Fax: +91 11
WWF-India Pune Divisional Office,
Pune (IN)
WWF-India Pune Divisional Office,
1028/ B-2, Vijay Mangal Apartments,
Near Deep Bunglow Chowk,
Next to Shreedhar Lodge,
Shivaji Nagar,
Pune – 411016 India
Tel.: +41 20 567 4670
Fax: +41 20 567 4675
WWF-India, Madhya Pradesh & Chattishgarh State Office, Bhopal (IN)
WWF-India Madhya Pradesh &
Chattishgarh State Office,
EPCO Building,
Paryavaran Parisar E-5,
Arera Colony,
Bhopal 462016 India
Tel.: +91 755 466 886
Fax: +91 755 462 136
WWF-India, Tamil Nadu State Office,
Chennai (IN)
WWF-India Tamil Nadu State Office
123/5, (New No. 297) 1st Floor,
T.T.K. Road, Alwarpet
Chennai 600 018 India
Tel.: +91 44 2499 4827
Fax: +91 44 2499 7107
WWF-India, West Bengal State Office,
Kolkara (IN)
WWF-India West Bengal State Office,
Tata Centre, 1st Floor,
43, Chowringhee
Kolkata – 700071 India
Tel.: +91 33 2288 9530
Fax: +91 33 2288 3761
WWF-India, Kerala State Office,
Thampuranmukku (IN)
WWF-India Kerala State Office,
‘Gouri Vihar’, T.C.13/450,
Kunnukuzhi – P.O.
Thiruvananthapuram – 695 037 India
Tel.: +91 471 2302 265
WWF-India, Karnataka State Office,
Bangalore (IN)
Tel.: +91 88 2863 206
Fax: +91 88 2866 685
WWF-India, Gujarat State Office (IN)
Indumati Mahal,
J.N. Marg
Vadodara-390001 India
Tel.: +91 265 243 6613

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