Green Society Forum works in Coordination and in Collaboration with Government Organisations, NGO’s. Green Society Forum’s main objective is to Transform Villages especially Drought Prone Villages into Self Sustainable Green Village by providing a platform to Youths and the Women for innovative and creative ideas to experiment on various methodology that is needed for farming with reduction of usage of water by 95%.

Green Society Forum also works to transform Urban City into Zero Waste and Eco Friendly City… And for the same it has come up with Magical 4Rs
Reduce, Reuse, Recycle and Retain
Retain : This term is the first ever time in the history of waste being used and practiced in globe.

Considering the above visions the Forum has been organising various events like

  • Being a solo On Street campaigner for NMMT Bus Day Campaign, Green Society Forum designed a Bus with Artistic Painting and installing DJ system in it and performing Play on Street as a part of NMMT Bus Day Campaign.
  • Developing Mother India Board by using 22 non functional mother boards of Laptops and gifting it to NMMC.
  • Creating Revolution Band using Junk Music and performing live at Mayor Mini Marathon.
  • Designing a Car for Times Women drive using old newspaper and painting on it with the message of 4R’s and many more experimental activities.

We have initiate the National Drought Art Campaign by participating and being a part of a Jal Hal Padyatra (Water Plough Walk March) to spread the awareness on rising Water Crisis in India and its Impact on Farming, etc.scheduled from 21st May to 31st May 2016 from Village – Marathwada, State – Maharashtra to Village – Bundelkhand, State – Madhya Pradesh. A Meet of Social Leaders is also scheduled on 26th May 2016 in City – Bhopal, State – Madhya Pradesh, Country – India on rising Water Crisis in India and its Impact on Farming, etc.

Post this Campaign Green Society Forum is planning to move in Educational Institutes (Schools and Colleges), Government Offices, Corporates etc. to spread the message of ‘Saving Water for Saving Nation