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Centre for Environment Education
Environmental education is a process aimed at developing a world population that is aware of and concerned about the total environment and its associated problems and which has the knowledge, attitudes, commitments and skills to work individually and collectively towards the solution of current problems and prevention of new ones.

Centre For Media Studies

CMS SNDP Node on Environment and Media relating to sustainable development programmes, collates & disseminates information through electronic network.

Environmental Protection Training and Research Institution (EPTRI)

Indian Environmental Society


School Of Planning And Architecture

ENVIS Centre is a network comprising 26 subject on specific nodes located in various institutions through out the           
country including the Ministry

The Energy and Resources Institute

The SDNP (Sustainable Development Networking Programme) Node on Energy and Environment at The Energy and Resources Institute was established during 1999/2000 so as to engage actively along with SDNP-India, operating under the MoEF (Ministry of Environment and Forests), Government of India, for achieving sustainable development in India. The SDNP project is funded by the UNDP (United Nations Development Programme) and the IDRC (International Development Research Centre). This site is developed and maintained by TERI

World Wide Fund for Nature-India

The World Wide Fund for Nature-India (WWF-India) has been working to promote harmony between mankind and nature for over three decades. Today, it is recognized as a premier conservation NGO in the country dealing with conservation and development issues.


School of Environmental Sciences, Jawaharlal Nehru University

Central Pollution Control Board
Subject Area – Control of Pollution (Water, Air & Noise)
The Central Pollution Control Board (CPCB), is statutory organisation, was constituted in September, 1974 under the Water (Prevention and Control of Pollution) Act, 1974. Further, CPCB was entrusted with the powers and functions under the Air (Prevention and Control of Pollution) Act, 1981. It serves as a field formation and also provides technical services to the Ministry of Environment and Forests of the provisions of the Environment (Protection) Act, 1986.

Botanical Survey of India
Subject Area – Floral Diversity

on Floral diversity in the Botanical Survey of India, Kolkata funded by the Ministry of Environment & Forests, Government of India is engaged in meeting the task of disseminating information on Floral diversity including the Rare and Endangered plants to the wide range of users through the vast infrastructural facilities and experienced Scientists of the Botanical Survey of India.
The main objectives of the centre are to collect and store data on various Floral diversities from different eco-regions of India. Economic and Medicinal plants, plants that are used largely for sustainable development, cottage industries, food products and plants that are in the categories of rare and endangered. All these processed information are disseminated as much as possible through an appropriate database to the different users nationally and internationally and to create an interlink by computer network.

Zoological Survey of India
Subject Area – Faunal Biodiversity
To explore and Survey Faunal Resources,to undertake Taxonomic studies, to undertake Status survey of Endangered Species, Publication of Results through Departmental Journals, Publication of Fauna of India.

Industrial Toxicology Research Centre
Subject Area – Toxic Chemicals
The Environmental Information System (ENVIS Centre) at ITRC is a network partner with the focal point at the Ministry of Environment & Forests, Government of India, New Delhi. Established in January 1984, this Centre, one of the earliest, functions in the area of toxic chemicals. In association with MoEnF and other ENVIS centers it builds up a repository of information and its dissemination.

Centre for Environmental Studies, Anna University
Subject Area: Biodegradation of waste & Environmental Impact
The ENVIS centre estabilished at the Centre for Environmental Studies, Anna University Chennai 600 025 in the year 1984, is one of the 25 centres in the country designed to provide information service in the areas of Biodegradation of waste and Environmental Impact Assessment . It aims at collection, storage, retrieval and wide dissemination of information on the above said areas for the use of policy planners , decision makers, research workers, scientists, administrators and the public.

Centre for Ecological Sciences, Indian Institute for Science
Subject Area: Western Ghats & Biological Diversity

Environmental Planning and Coordinating Organisation ‘Kachner’ Paryavaran Parisar
Subject Area: Environmental Management related to Madhya Pradesh

National Institute of Occupational Health
Subject Area: Occupational Health

Central Arid Zone Research Institute (CAZRI)
Subject Area: Dessertification

Centre for Advanced Studies and Marine Biology, Annamalai University
Subject Area: Mangroves, Estuaries, Lagoons & Coral Reefs

Centre for Mining Envionment, Indian School of Mines

Subject Area: Environmental Problems in Mining

National Environmental Engineering Research Institute (NEERI)
Subject Area: Solid wastes including hazardous wastes

Gobind Ballabh Pant Institute of Himalayan Environment & Development
Subject Area: Himalayan Ecology

Bombay Natural History Society
Subject Area: Centre for Avian Ecology and Natural History Society
The ENVIS centre at the Bombay Natural History Society was set up in June 1996 to serve as an ENVIS Centre for Avian Ecology and Inland Wetlands.

Forest Research Institute
Subject Area: Forestry

Wildlife Institute of India
Subject Area:Wildlife and Protected Area Management

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