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Sikh ecology in practice

EcoSikh Website is an international NGO based in Washington DC that was established in 2009. EcoSikh's mission "connects Sikh values, beliefs, and institutions to the most important environmental issues facing our world. We draw on the rich tradition of the Sikh Gurus and the Khalsa Panth to shape the behavior and outlook of Sikhs and the world, ensuring that our deep reverence for all creation remains a central part of the Sikh way of life." One major achievement has been the establishment of Sikh Environment Day on March 14 every year. In 2014 over 2000 Sikh organisations took part, worldwide.

Great pictures from EcoSikh programmes - all free to use with credit

Sikh Council on Religion and Education

Sikh Green Team Based in the Canadian town of New Westminster, the Sikh Green team is a group of energetic, mostly young volunteers who help gurdwaras recycle during nagar kirtans and reduce the waste by separating recyclables, composts and garbage.

Hacienda de Guru Ram Das is an impressive Sikh project in the Rio Grande Valley, New Mexico. Since 2008 their Community Sustainability Project has been creating "a culture of sustainable living in Northern New Mexico by initiating sustainability projects, harvesting and donating resources for our communities, creating educational programs, and networking with other sustainable communities and projects."

General Sikh Websites

www.sikhs.org

www.sikhnet.org

The Nanhi Chhaan Foundation


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May 19 2008:
Revisiting Khalsa wood: a Sikh woodland and a model faith and environment project
In 1999 British Sikhs planted a special woodland on the outskirts of Nottingham to mark the 300th anniversary of Vaiskakhi, the fellowship of baptised Sikhs. Nine years later it is a quiet place, used for walks, picnics, ceremonies and meditation by many communities.
May 26, 2010:
Two exciting job opportunities to help create EcoSikh
The Sikh Council on Religion and Education announces two exciting vacancies for enthusiastic individuals who have both an affinity with Sikhism, and a passion for the environment. Deadline June 6.
March 12, 2010:
Sikhs celebrate March 14th as Sikh Environment Day
Sikhs around the world are being invited to celebrate Gurgaddi Diwas of the 7th Guru, Guru Har Rai ji,as a Sikh Environment Day