9 Tips From Our Experience To Make Great Compost

If you’re new to the process of composting your organic waste, here are 9 things you should do and not do to make the process easier.

A Guide To Composting Your Wet Waste – With Tips From Experts

The second part in the series on how to become a Sustainability Champion, learn all about how you can compost your wet waste, with easy-to-follow steps and expert tips!

What You Need To Do To Be A Sustainability Champion

Shifting to a zero-waste lifestyle is not an easy task. Here’s a step-by-step process you can follow to ease yourself into it! Read this article to know more about the Sustainability Champion Program.

How To Manage Sanitary Waste On A Trek

Though trekking during your periods is not a bad idea at all, you should know how to manage your sanitary waste properly. Here are some tips you can follow to ensure a comfortable and green trek.

The Uphill Nature Of Managing Waste: Notes From A Green Trails Fellow

Green Trails Fellow Ashish Chauhan reflects on his 4 month journey working on 3 slopes – the problems, solutions, limitations of waste management.

Why Waste Crisis Is A Behavioral Problem – A TedX Talk By Our Green Trails Head

Here is the full script of the TedX Talk by our Green Trails Head, Lakshmi Selvakumaran. Here, she talks about waste crisis as a behavioural problem.

The Young Girl Who Embraced Change

Our GT fellows were apprehensive about approaching and asking teenagers/young adults to switch to menstrual cups. Until they met Supriya. Read on to find out how Supriya became part of the change on Sandakphu trail.

How Our Local Hero Nima’s Simple Idea Reduced Reckless Littering On The Sandakphu Trail

Nima Rai from the town of Rimbik in Darjeeling comes up with a radically simple idea that helped cut down trash on Sandakphu trail. Read more about him here.

Promoting Sustainable Menstruation In The Mountains: The Story So Far

Our Green Trails team has been active on the Sandakphu slope spreading awareness about sustainable menstruation. And slowly but surely, they are succeeding.

A Story Of Hope From Remote Darjeeling

A heartwarming story from a small town near Darjeeling where a township came together to upcycle more than a tonne of plastic waste!

What Happens To The Wet Wipes You Leave Behind

Be it the cities or the Himalayas – wet wipes are harmful – to you and the planet. Find out why trekkers should not use wet wipes.

Support Green Trails To Keep The Himalayas Clean

We need some help from you to make trekking in India more sustainable. For nearly 8 years now, Indiahikes has funded the Green Trails project to leave the mountains in a better condition. After all these years, Green Trails has almost turned into an organisation on its own. This is where we need your support. […]