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Oct 25 | Rajpura, Punjab. EcoSikh conducted an interactive session in which around 100 students from Angel Valley School, Rajpura learned about climate change and air pollution. Students pleaded to become the saviours of the planet by not polluting the environment and preventing the bursting of crackers. We appreciate the efforts made by the school […]READ MORE
WASHINGTON, DC October 18, 2021 – EcoSikh represented the Sikh community at a major prayer gathering of various faith leaders held, on Monday, outside the US State Department to amplify the issue of climate emergency ahead of the World Summit on Climate change. The rally was held as a follow up to the “Faith and […]READ MORE
VATICAN CITY, Oct 4: EcoSikh representing Sikh perspective joined a gathering of 40 religious leaders in the Vatican on the global climate crisis. Influential faith leaders from different parts of the world came together to rally support for major measures to preserve the ecology in the upcoming UN climate conference. “Faith and Science: An Appeal […]READ MORE
Vill. Shahabpur, Nawanshahr, Oct 2 – EcoSikh team planted the 353rd Guru Nanak Sacred Forest. The forest was planted with the kind support of Sikh Sports UK, S. Agamdeep Singh from Ludhiana, Sardar Hari Singh Nalwa Youth Club Shahabpur, and the Village of Shahbpur. In this forest, 550 trees of 42 native tree species are […]READ MORE
Washington— EcoSikh has appealed to Prime Minister Narendra Modi to commit to reducing carbon emissions and to work towards a meaningful agreement at the UN Climate Summit in Paris this week on behalf of India and the Indian people. Leaders from around the world have convened in Paris this week to begin negotiating a landmark climate agreement that […]READ MORE
November 9, 2015 WASHINGTON, DC — Leading members of the Obama Administration and faith leaders took part in the “The Symposium on Religion and Climate Change,” hosted by Georgetown University’s Berkley Center for Religion, Peace, and World Affairs and the Office of Religion and Global Affairs at the U.S. Department of State. EcoSikh attended […]READ MORE
EcoSikh is a response from the Sikh community to the threats of climate change and the deterioration of the natural environment.
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