.....posts from 'Nature Care'
(13 Feb '12)
29 Jan 2012, Fiji The first of Amma Fiji’s Green Friends initiative in 2012 was a beach clean up along the Suva Sea Wall. Over 30 participants, including expats and locals of all ages participated. Everybody worked cheerfully and even few people passing by joined in the cleaning work. The group picked up hundreds of […]
(24 Oct '11)
24 October 2011, La Mesa Eco Park, Manila Amma Center Manila gets down to work. Participants begin by reconnecting with the earth as they pot some soil in preparation for planting tree saplings. A ranger from La Mesa Eco Park demonstrated planting in preparation for the ceremonial tree planting that was done by Br. Shantamrita […]
(25 Apr '11)
Celebrating Earth Day in Delhi 22 April 2011 It was in the background of one of the worst natural disasters – the earthquake and tsunami in Japan – that this year’s Earth day arrived on the 22nd of April. This calamity of unprecedented magnitude lent added relevance and significance to this year’s Earth Day. […]
(29 Oct '10)
24 – 26 October, Paris, France – Europe Yatra 2010 From the Netherlands Amma’s European Yatra moved on to the capital of France, Paris for the next 3 days of programs. Green Friends France and AYUDH presented seeds for vegetables and flowers to Amma, which they had cultivated during “The Experience Week,” a summer workshop […]
(2 Oct '10)
Amritapuri, September 29th, 2010 Amma (Mata Amritanandamayi Devi) announced that, as part of its environmental cleaning efforts, the Mata Amritanandamayi Math (MAM) is ready to start work immediately on constructing toilets and installing trash cans in government schools and along roads. Government schools that lack sufficient toilet facilities can apply to the MAM right away. […]
(30 Jun '10)
On Earth Day, GreenFriends volunteers planted saplings at Bedok district, Singapore
(3 Jun '10)
The natural resources that we consume is the wealth that need to be transferred to coming generations. If we mindlessly exploit the resources, we won’t be able to leave anything for our grand children.