Activists to create eco-awareness in over 250 schools

Following the death of tigress Avni a unique citizens' non-profit initiative, India Green & Wild (IGW), will be launched in over 250 schools in 50 Indian cities, including Mumbai and Navi Mumbai

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In order to introduce and teach the young generation in schools the importance of preserving forests and wildlife, on January 19, a unique citizens' non-profit initiative, India Green & Wild (IGW), will be launched in over 250 schools in 50 Indian cities, including Mumbai and Navi Mumbai. 

Following the death of tigress Avni, that happened in November 2018, some like-minded citizens and activists came together to start IGW, to make students understand our green heritage, as they will be the most impacted by environmental degradation happening now. 

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Animal activist Anand Siva said that we are reaching out to schools to create massive awareness of our current state, and work with teachers and students, to show them the path to life-changing methods that can impact the planet. 

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