Being a Green Trails Fellow in the mountains is no cake walk. Here are the biggest challenges any Fellow is likely to face working on the environment in the mountains.
Here is someone who spent his birthday cleaning up the Valley of Flowers trail, all the way to Hemkund Sahib.
Nearly 78% of the inorganic waste collected on our treks are wrappers from snack bars and other such packaged goods. Read this article to know how you can reduce the wrapper menace on the mountains, and eat healthier snacks.
Reduce your inorganic waste to almost zero by following this step by step guide. Become a sustainability champion and help us find more sustainable alternatives!
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.
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!
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.
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.
In this post, we talk about how the toilet systems in the trekking world have evolved since the late 90's.
Every single person at Indiahikes has adopted a sustainable lifestyle this year. Click to see what we're doing and how you can be a part of it too.
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.
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.
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