Pasumai Thaagam Ecobiz India commits to work in collaboration with Ecopreneurs for the rejuvenation and enhanced development of health, equity ,well-being and sustenance of all living beings in our ecosystem.
Our first initiative at PTOF is to encourage and guide the cultivation of Bamboo.
This includes farmers who want to form a business together, have similar goals, objectives and a willingness to share the benefits and risks.
Integrated farming systems provide balanced food/nutritional security as components of different nature are linked, enabling the production of different sources of nutrients from the same unit. Organic foods provide various benefits to our health as well as our environment.
Any land can be made fit for farming by implementing the right technology.
Waste prevention, recycling, reuse, and recovery are important waste management strategies that eases the burden on landfills, conserves natural resources, and saves energy. This helps utilize resources more effectively and sustainably.
Sustainability has always been a core component, philosophy and value of Indian culture. Non-attachment to material possessions, sufficient frugal living, sharing a harmonious relationship with nature, a holistic living through yoga and Ayurveda practices, use and re-use, an aversion to wasting food and so on.
We will conduct eco trips every year for travellers who want to learn about the local flora, fauna, culture, on how they can positively impact the environment and community they’re visiting.