Sustainable Environment Activities

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Sustainable Environment Activities


There are various activities that we plan to ensure a sustainable future for our next generations.
Key activities planned and delivered are:

Tree Adoption Program

Green day celebration


Vegetation projects

At Indus World School, we look to impart education to the students in a way which leaves a minimum impact on the environment. The impact on the environment has various dimensions, the ones considered vision by us are listed below:

  • Water
  • Energy
  • Land
  • Air
  • Wastage and
  • Food
Hands on and experiential learning: Besides the classroom learning, students learn by interacting with nature.

With conscious efforts on the above, our students become socially responsible citizens who feel empathy towards others, and believe in equality, and live in the community with peace and trust among fellow humans.

We believe that every school is a social institution and is grows only with the growth of the community in which the school exists. Hence, at indus world school, we make active efforts in development of environment around us. As a part of our School Community Development initiatives, we conduct a series of programs, the details of which are provided subsequently. We have unique concept of Tree Adoption Program. In our campus more than 400 trees are there, which are adopted by students and staff. Each tree is having nameplate of adoptee and details about the tree are displayed.

With green initiatives, we get the following major benefits:

  • Low Environmental Impact: With a very low environmental and carbon footprint impact made in running the School it becomes beneficial for the environment. We consume relatively less electricity and do not create any major pollution and we propagate good practices.


  • A-forestation drives, by having large plantation drives in school and community.
  • Community awareness programs on garbage disposal and not littering.
  • Adopting policies of no plastic usage in schools and also advocating to communities the harmful effects of plastics/promotion of alternatives.
  • Water and electricity conservation and judicious use.
  • Reduction of wastage of food.
  • Neighbourhood outreach to underprivileged.
  • Clothes donation drives.