“The activist is not the man who says the river is dirty, the activist is the man who cleans up the river.”
At Massive Earth Foundation, we clean the river.
Agra city, home to the world-famous Taj Mahal, is also generating more than 75 tonnes of plastic waste per day. The lack of waste management infrastructure leads to most of the plastic waste either being dumped on roadsides or the Yamuna River. MEF is working with various stakeholders to clean-up city of Agra.
14 of the world's 20 most polluted cities are in India. What reasons are behind this pollution? Is it crop burning, vehicular, industrial pollution, or is it just the fugitive dust. This report explores the intersection of various factors influencing India’s Pollution. MEF studies various factors that affect India's Pollution.
India has witnessed urbanization, booming economy and huge population growth, leading to huge deforestation. Most cities in India are witnessing reducing forest and increasing stray animal population. This project aims to establish small sustainable forest to support flora and fauna, and even stray animals.
Massive Earth Foundation is working with UNEP to organize the Low Carbon Lifestyle Challenge. MEF will be running a 12 week virtual boot-camp for selected startups / entrepreneurs developing innovative solutions enabling circular economy for Asian consumers.
The 21 day country wide lockdown due to COVID 19 has created a havoc in the life of daily wage earners. They are facing extreme hardships. MEF is working on providing essential food supplies to rickshaw puller community. Your contribution of Rs. 949 can support a family of 5 for 21 days.
The ongoing lockdown has created a unique opportunity to study various elements contributing to air pollution in a controlled environment. Massive Earth Foundation conducted a study on AQI data over 16 days.