Gram Panchayath level orientation for stakeholder under the Jal Jeevan Mission in various panchayaths.
AGES has been selected as one among the Special Implementation Agencies for the Jal Jeeven Mission and is active...
Agriculture and Ecosystem Management Group (AGES), established in 1992, is an independent non-profit organization that provides pragmatic solutions to the challenge of integrating environmental sustainability with social/economic development at local and regional levels through multidisciplinary collaboration. The AGES network of scientific, engineering, social and development experts facilitates research, technology implementation and logistics support at grassroots level in line with the goals of national and international bodies committed to evolve a sustainable world.
Crowdforesting is an endeavor to encourage every human to gain awareness of the Miyawaki Model of Afforestation and cultivate a forest in their own backyard. It is a CSR initiative of Invis; a company focused on providing digital solutions customized to the 21st-century media landscape. Invis supports its sister concern Culture Shoppe, in setting up Miyawaki forests and protecting endangered plant species. The team at Invis has been spearheading campaigns for the conservation of Nature since its inception. It has now transitioned to active solutions like propagation and implementation of the Miyawaki Model. Crowdforesting is a portmanteau word clubbing 'Crowd Funding' and 'Afforestation’.
AGES is committed to creation and sharing of knowledge through scientific practices, collaborations, actions and interactions among individuals, organizations and the environment at large. The ability and experience of AGES in creating and utilizing knowledge for developing 'need based solutions' is the core of the organization's sustainable competitive advantage. A panel of resource persons comprising scientists, technologists, domain experts, and consultants form the basic intellectual infrastructure of AGES.READ MORE
AGES has established linkages and initiated collaborative ventures with institutions at various levels including: