EcoSikh plants forests in India addressing climate change

"We had two options: sit back or take action, and we are proud as a team that we chose the latter", said Dr. Rajwant Singh.

EcoSikh plants forests in India addressing climate change
Source: ecosikh.org

EcoSikh, a Washington, DC-based environmental non - profit organization, has completed planting 366th sacred grove of 950 trees in India, addressing serious environmental challenges.

Dr. Rajwant Singh, global president of EcoSikh, will present the Sacred Forest programme as an efficient climate solution for ecological restoration, as well as provide partnership with governmental agencies and spiritual groups.