We join hands with Go Green Go Organic and LAHDC. for the 11th Phase plantation at Chushul, Ladakh. On 5th June 2022 - World Environment Day. Support this green solidarity movement for Healthier Himalayas!
Launch event - 20th March 2022 GoGreen GoOrganic in collaboration with Hill Council of Ladakh and Green Himalayas invites you to be a part of our Solidarity Greens journey.
Green Himalayas is a joint venture, and a shared passion, between two NGOs - Go Green Go Organic and Goldenmile Learning. In 2015, both pledged to drive community action. The story of Green Himalayas is as engaging as it is inspiring.
The greatest threat to our planet is the belief that someone else will save it! Global warming and climate change threaten the survival of all life on our planet. We ignore the warnings at the risk of our very survival. What should we do?
The Himalayas are in crisis. Uncontrolled
Ladakh in Northern India, located 10 - 15,000 feet above sea-level, is badly hit by climate change. It is warming 3 times faster than the rest of the world. Rainfall patterns are changing, glaciers and
An inspiring grassroots movement is gathering force in Phobrang, Ladakh. 3 years ago, Green Himalayas planted 25,000 saplings at 15,000 feet to demonstrate that climate had changed enough to make this possible. Miraculously, those saplings have survived and are thriving. What happens now?
In Phobrang, Ladakh, Green Himalayas aims to build a sustainable model of development that is environmentally, socially and economically viable for Himalayan villages: The project integrates holistic education, management and remunerative employment and will establish the viability creating self-sustaining eco-systems above 12,000 ft.
Green Himalayas is a community of individuals passionately dedicated to creating a compassionate, vibrant and healthy future through earth-care, people-care, and nature-. We are committed to rejuvenating fragile ecosystems and the remote communities that sustain them by facilitating eco-projects that balance Education, Environment and Economics.
You can show your support for the Himalayas in a number of ways.