Environment Issues form one of the core areas of concern and attention of SEARCH Foundation. It is strongly felt by us, and gradually by all others, that protection of all-round environment should be a prime concern of every true Indian. Social organizations have a direct responsibility to educate the people about this complex problem. The Foundation has been actively pursuing the objective of achieving and maintaining healthy environment. Accordingly, we have planned to organize a series of lectures on Environmental Issues. This is aimed to focus, garner and disseminate information about the issues concerning environment and sustainable development by bringing all stakeholders (Govt. departments NGOs, researchers, corporate sector, industries, environmental scientists, policy makers) on a common platform, so that tangible solutions can be evolved and pursued vigorously for implementation. The first two lectures in the series were undertaken jointly with Coca-Cola India, who are also similarly committed for working towards improving environmental conditions in the country.
First Lecture in the series was organized on 19th November, 2004 on the subject of Water Conservation and Augmentation using Rainwater Harvesting.
Second Lecture was organized on 31st January, 2005 on the subject of Role of Corporate in Environmental Sustainability.
National symposium on “Impact of Emerging Toxic Chemicals on Humans, Plants, Diseases and Sustainable Development” on Nov 25-27, 2016 in association with Jamia Hamdard University, New Delhi.
National Conference on "Disaster Management Preparedness" was held on Sept 16-17, 2016 at India International Centre (Annexe), Max Mueller Marg, New Delhi with IDC Foundation, International Rome Cultural University, Belgrade (Serbia), Indian Optometric Association, Sunrise University, Alwar (Rajasthan)
Execution of these activities can be carried out by co-opting NGO’s, Universities or other development institutions.