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Move Over Big fat Indian wedding! Check Out This Eco-Friendly Wedding In Kerala And It Is Nothing Less Than An Inspiration.

Arun and Anju Anirudhan started the new chapter of their life by promoting a strong message of ‘Go Green.’ Everything starting from stage decorations, to food and gifts, to garlands designed for the couple was made of things that are environment friendly and can be decomposed effectively Big fat Indian weddings are the norm than…

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Meet This Inspiring Mumbai Couple Who Started Their Journey Of New Life By Going Green On Their Wedding Day.

This down to earth wedding in Mumbai had a green theme – from decorations, cutlery to gifts. Reason, the couple wanted to celebrate their love for each other keeping in mind their love for the environment. Breaking the conventional norm of ‘big fat’ wedding, a couple from Mumbai – 27-year-old Deepa Kamath and 28-year-old Prashin…

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80 Citizens From Raipur Dedicate 200 Hours To Cleanup City’s Entrance. India Needs More People like them.

A group of Raipur residents got together and conducted a 12-day swachhta drive to clean the city’s entrance and constructed toilets to address the problem of open defecation. HIGHLIGHTS 70-80 volunteers removed 300 kilos of garbage Four bio-toilets were constructed on NH 30 Since 2014, the volunteers have cleared 87% of the city  ‘First impression…

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Community Participation In Swachh Bharat Abhiyan: Meghalaya’s Umthli Village Turns Litter Free With ‘Swachh Saturdays’.

192 houses of Meghalaya’s Umthli Village have a compost bin in their backyard and every day the kitchen/wet waste goes into composting which is later turned into manure. HIGHLIGHTS Every Saturday the residents sweep the entire village All the wet waste is converted into manure in all the households  Meghalaya government had given the ‘Clean…

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Gulaab Gang Is Making Us Proud Again, This Time By Fighting Against Open Defecation In Karnataka.

Belagavi District Panchayat in collaboration with ASHA (Accredited Social Health Activist) workers are encouraging women from the district to join the Gulab Gang and help district achieve the Open Defecation Free status. HIGHLIGHTS 3,500 women from Gokak panchayat have joined Gulab Gang Gulab Gang visits schools, hospitals to spread awareness Belagavi is expected to go…

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‘Compost Banao Compost Apnao’. These Puneiites Teaches Simple Art Of Composting To 600 Families Via WhatsApp.

Almost 70% of the waste that goes to landfills is organic waste that can be easily be put to use through composting. Here’s how swachh warriors are fighting India’s growing waste woes. With one agenda in mind – to save the choking landfills of the cities, an enthusiastic group of people from Pune formed WhatsApp groups…

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