Environmental Education in India
Sustainable development
Environmental award
Biodiversity Conservation

Biodiversity refers to the variety of plant, animal and microbial life, their genes and the ecosystem of which they are a part. India is one of the most biodiverse countries in the world. It is home to millions of plants and animal species, many of which are found no where else.

Raising biodiversity awareness and promoting conservation action are at the forefront of initiatives taken up by CPREEC.

Our Activities
  • Training and capacity building of teachers, NGOs and local communities on conservation strategies through workshops, exhibitions, seminars etc in the southern states and the Andaman and Nicobar islands.

  • Providing consultative assistance to grass root-level organisations and government departments for conservation initiatives.

Exhibition on Environment

Exhibition on India’s Endangered Wildlife


  • Biodiversity Conservation through capacity building (in collaboration with the British High Commission).

  • Conservation Education in ecologically fragile areas including the Nilgiri Biosphere Reserve and Andaman and Nicobar islands.

  • Coastal eco-restoration through environmental education in the four southern states and Orissa.

  • Establishment and maintenance of herbal garden at Thambatty, Nilgiri District, (with support from the Hill Area Development Programme).

  • Conference on ‘Protecting the Nilgiri Biosphere Reserve’, 2002.

  • Biodiversity Study – An environmental approach at the Indian Institute of technology (IIT) campus, Chennai, 2000.

  • Exhibitions on conservation of natural resources.