Desertification and climate change are steadily leading us to an environmental and economic crisis.
A large part of the planet is drying up and agriculture is becoming increasingly difficult.
Floods and landslides are common during monsoon, whereas in summer, our streams and wells are drying up. There isn’t enough drinking water in many parts of the world.
The effort required to mitigate and reverse climate change and desertification is massive, there’s no quick fix.
How do we reverse desertification?
How do we combat it?
Eco-restoration of Anchepalya lake Kengeri, Bangalore.
Our effort in regenerative agriculture is about rebuilding soil health, sequestering carbon in soil, increasing the water holding capacity of farm lands and sustainable water management.
Such projects will take many years to produce tangible results. We hope our learning in design and management inspires youngsters to take up such projects. Our team comprising engineers, geologists, agriculture scientists, and naturalists will document the learning and make it available for all who wish to conserve the environment.