Ori Gutin explains how just ONE person can make a huge difference in preserving the ecosystem on the mountains. The statistics are going to surprise you.
Our Green Trails team is hard at work, removing waste from the Himalayas and also spreading the word to make villages cleaner. Here are updates.
The Green Trails interns at Indiahikes have opened the first ever Eco-Club in three schools in Uttarakhand. Read more about it here.
We invite you to join Indiahikes as part of the Green Trails Fellowship to promote sustainable trekking in the Himalayas.
Our Green Trails team has come up with rainwater harvesting systems at Roopkund. Read how they collected 100 litres of water in just 20 minutes of rainfall.
We are looking for interns with specialized skills to take Green Trails projects forward. Find details of the ongoing Green Trails Projects here and apply!
Green Trails Crusader, Ori Gutin, puts down ten simple ways of keeping your Green Trails spirit alive. Start your green home with this article.
The students of a school in the remote village of Lohajung participated in a 5-day workshop organised by the Indiahikes Green Trails team. In five days, they were teeming with upcycling ideas. Read their story here.
Maya Kilpadi, a social researcher, writes about the garbage crisis at Sandakphu and why the Green Trails initiative is a necessary step towards keeping the mountains clean.
A big Green Trails team in the Himalayas came up with an innovative way of upcycling disposable water bottles into construction bricks. Take a look!
Through our Green Trails initiative, we are always trying to find alternative ways to process, reduce and recycle waste. Here are some of our experiments.
When we trek the Himalayas - there is a lot of waste produced and also collected. In fact, our trekkers go out of their way to help clean up the slopes. Here's what finally happens to all the waste...
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