Lakshmi Rebecca from the Red Bangle Fiilms, set out on a journey to Roopkund to see how the problem of waste is tackled in the mountains. Check out her insights in this video movie clip.
Our Green Trails team has brought about a transformation that involves financial independence for women, cleaner villages in the Himalayas and an unusual product for trekkers. Take a look!
When 10-year-old Ishan went on the Kedarkantha trek, he was shocked to see garbage around campsites. What he did next surprised everyone on his team. Take a look!
Our team collected 11 sacks of non-recyclable waste on the very first day of clean up at Lohajung. Read our latest Green Trails updates here!
Family holidays will never be the same again for 10-year-old Aadit. While he had Europe in mind, his parents took him to Deoriatal in Uttarakhand. Read here about how his perception changed.
Here is how our Green Trails team and the Mahila Mandal in Jagatsukh came together to clear 485 kg of waste from the town.
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.
The Green Trails interns at Indiahikes have opened the first ever Eco-Club in three schools in Uttarakhand. Read more about it here.
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!
© 2016 indiahikes.in