Appeal

After 30 years of rigorous selfless effort, the born Naturalist, Independent Wildlife Researcher and Mangrove Crusader SAMIK GUPTA of IUCN-CEC invites you to restore Indian Sundarbans by continuous land acquisition, Mangrove Plantation, Rain Water Harvesting, Ground Water Recharging and Alternative Livelihood Generation for the Fisher Women of Indian Sundarbans through the Extension of Organic Agricultural Practices. Be a part of this battle to leave a cleaner, better and safer earth for our progenies. Beyond personal wealth, common resource development is vital in present day context. Live a meaningful life and enjoy the spirit of life, from within. Contact us, join us and share your views. We need a responsible global citizen, like YOU.

Project Backdrop

This would be a nightmare to an environmentalist of any part of the world that the Indian Sundarban has lost more than 5000 sq.Km. of valuable mangrove chunk during last century. On the other hand, this is worthwhile to mention, that the Sundarban is one of the major ecosystem followed by some other enriched Biodiversily Hotspot of the world and declared as the World Heritage Site by UNESCO. So, there an urgent need has been felt to restore Sundarbans by setting up an Internationally Prioritized Agenda (APA). It will not only help to improve the environmental condition of Indian Subcontinent, but the globe at large. It will play a meaningful sustainable impact in absorbing carbon from the atmosphere, mitigation of Global Warming and Sea level rise.

Environmental Initiatives

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Mangrove Plantation

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Rain Water Harvesting

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Ground Water Recharging

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Biodiversity Restoration

Considering the grave environmental situation, the man Samik Gupta raised his voice and undertaken initiative by seeking national and international support from the sensitive philanthropists to win the battle. His initiative aims to 800,000 mangrove plantations, 800 water body development for rain water harvesting and ground water recharge, coupled with Alternative Livelihood generation for 1700 identified Fisher Women of Gosaba Block, Indian Sundarbans.

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Organic Agriculture Practice

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Organic Poultry Farming

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Organic Duck Farming

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Organic Fish Farming

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