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Green Arth (GA) is a global climate change enabler, consulting and advocacy organization. Sustainable and Eco-friendly development coupled with climate-centric corporate mindset is the cornerstone of GA environmental platform. While the modern world is grappling with the uncontrolled menace of GHG (Green House Gases) and Carbon emissions, Industrial nations, governments and corporations are adopting sustainable development and Green Energy manifesto in a hurry.

Understanding the gravity of the situation, GA provides an integrated platform for sustainable development, GHG and Carbon reduction, Corporate sustainability consulting and Green project execution.Efficient energy modeling, GHG management, Climate risk assessment and sustainable waste management solutions are other areas of operation for GA.


Freshwater resources comprise of only 0.7% of the global water reservoir (97.5% is salt water). Climatic variations, as a result of GHG and Carbon emissions have an immediate impact on the hydrological cycle - with annual frequency alterations in floods and droughts, not to mention the alarming decremental pattern in freshwater availability.

The incremental variability in the climatic and hydrologic cycle will have an irreversible impact on the water cycle, water availability, water allocation, and demand at the global, regional, basin, and local levels. Water resource management will be of critical importance as new climatic uncertainties are introduced.


The global surge in temperature has a telling impact on the polar ice - resulting in the rising sea levels.The low lying areas around the world are already being eaten up by the ice melt.

Climatic change has a direct bearing on the world's vegetation zones with boundaries of grassland, forests and shrubland being redefined with every passing season.These zonal alterations in the vegetation can trigger a mass movement of people away from the arid regions - leading to a catastrophic overcrowding in our towns and cities.

The ecological balance of pests could also change if the vegetation zones are altered.This could bring about an increase in disease levels.


Fossil fuel combustion pumps some of the most toxic Greenhouse gases (GHGs)into our atmosphere - Carbon dioxide, Methane and nitrous oxide(No2). The accumulation of these GHGs in our atmosphere leads to the warming of lower layers, resulting in the much feared ozone knock-out. Every household in the world is contributing towards this toxic punch on our air.

Apart from GHGs, fossil fuel combustion also generates conventional air pollutants - carbon monoxide, volatile organic compounds, carbonaceous aerosols (“soot”), nitrogen oxides and Sulphur dioxide.Human health and our fragile ecosystem are at the receiving end of secondary pollutants such as ozone, particulate Sulphate, nitrate and organic matter.


Waste management has been the focus of environmental watchdogs - Waste based energy is a potential reducer of GHG emissions. As governments across continents grapple with their Carbon footprints, Waste industry is yet to be fully utilized towards carbon and GHG reduction.

Waste minimization, recycling, and reuse has been on the rise across the globe- leading to a reduced Carbon & GHG emission and drastic reduction in the use of fossil fuels.Recycling is an integral part of waste management systems and a fundamental waste management tool. Recycling materials such as paper, cardboard, metal and glass can help to limit resource consumption and achieve energy savings.