Welcome To ECPFO

The ECPFO was founded and registered on May 13, 1993 under the Indian Societies Registration Act and the presidentship of veteran Mr. Prataprao Bhosale, the then Member of Parliament. The ECPFO – an International Organization committed to the doctrines of EEC and EJM was inaugurated by the then Prime Minister of India, Mr. H.D. Deve Gowda on September 18, 1996 at Parliament House Annexe (Conference Center), New Delhi. The inaugural ceremony was presided over by the then Union Minister for Environment & Forests, Capt. Jai Narain Prasad Nishad. Graciously, on that solemn occasion the ECPFO's souvenir was released which contains messages from the then President of India, Prime Minister of India, Speaker, Lok Sabha (Parliament), Minister of Environment and Forests, etc. It contains articles of various Union Ministers, environmentalists and from Mr. Maurice F. Strong, the then Secretary-General, United Nations Conference on Environment and Development (UNCED) held at Rio, Brazil (1992).

 Mr. Vijoy Kumar -  Patron Former Chairman,UP Electricity

 Dr. Srikanta K Panigrahi  -  MEMBER-PM's Advisory Committee on Climate Change

 Hon’ble Justice B P Singh (Retd) -  PRESIDENT   Former judge,Supreme Court of India

 Mr E C Agrawala -  VICE PRESIDENT   Advocate,Supreme Court

 Mr K J Sharma -  VICE PRESIDENT   Management Consultant,USA

 Mr Bisnu Prasad -  VICE PRESIDENT   Former Minister & MP

 Mr O P Malhotra -  VICE PRESIDENT   Consumer Activist

 Mr Rakesh Chandra Agarwal -  EXECUTIVE CHAIRMAN   Consultant & Environmentlist

 Dr I J Kumar -  SECRETARY GENERAL   Eye Surgeon

 Mr Rajeev Khanna -  TREASURER   Chartered Accountant


 Mr Ravindra Bana -  Supreme Court Lawyer

 Dr S K Goyal -  Scientist & Head, Delhi/CSIR-NEERI

 Ms Sanchita Jindal -  Advisor Scientist, MOEF (Retd.)

 Dr Nandita Moitra -  Sr Scientist, DPCC

 Dr Sunali Khanna -  Dentist & Professor

 Mr Jag Mohan -  Social Activist

 Mr Anand Chiripal -  Ex Advisor (CSR), Jindal Group

 Mr Arun Prakash -  CE, Power Machines (I) Ltd.

 Mr Anil Bansal -  Transcription, Translation

 Lt Gen K J Singh -     Veteran, Advisor, Haryana Govt.

 Dr. Shalini Verma  -  Academician

The main object of ECPFO is to establish happy and prosperous world full of Energy & Life, where there are no Environmental, Social and Consumer problem.
Three basic amenities for living organism are – AIR, WATER & SOIL (Land). They should be pure, Virgin, undisturbed and uncontaminated.
Our aim is to educate and bring awareness on Environmental & social issues.
We solicit sponsorship from Corporate Houses, Industries, Institutions, Trusts engaged in the field of Environment or wish to contribute in this field to support the projects specially Seminar on ‘Environmental challenges for new Smart India on 8th December 2018 being held jointly with ESDA, Delhi and Maharishi Dayanand University, Rohtak.
We also have International Conference from 11th to 13th January 2019 at JNU, Delhi on:
‘Global Environmental Challenges with Global Environmental Exhibition (GEE 2019).

What We Are Doing

  • Tree Plantation
  • Awarness Program
  • Seminars
  • Eco System
  • Consumer Protection

Tree Plantation

  • One million trees planted across 6 states with active participation of over 2,00,000 people.
  • Plant real trees in public lands to honor friends with eTreeCertificates/eTreeCards for weddings, birthdays, anniversaries....
  • Start a Grove for your own celebrations & have friends plant and greet you in the planting period you specify.
  • our tree planting gift to the world creates jobs, benefits communities & wildlife, improves water catchment and decarbonises the world.
  • Hospital patients have been shown to recover from surgery more quickly when their hospital room offered a view of trees.

Eco System

An ecosystem is an ecological unit that contains a relatively uniform vegetation base and the animals and other organisms that depend upon it. It also includes the non-living components such as soil and organic matter. The benefits of ecosystems will vary with the type.
Covering up to 40 percent of the earth’s surface, grasslands provide economic benefits to over 800 million people worldwide.
In addition to its timber value, nearly two-thirds of the United States water supply is naturally filtered and stored in forests.
The commercial fishing industry generates over $152 billion annually, making marine and freshwater ecosystems important economic resources.
Wetland ecosystems provide flood protection with a single acre of wetlands being capable of storing over 1 million gallons of water.'
Coastal areas provide land for homes and businesses, with nearly one-half of the entire world population living within 120 miles of coastline.

Consumer Protection

The ECPFO was envisaged as an independent non Governmental entity committed to promote Environmental and Egalitarian Consumerism for Balanced economic growth sustainable development and healthy and productive life in harmony with nature.
A report appeared in The Times of India (New Delhi) on March 25, 2007 revealing the shocking state of affairs of these widows of Vrindavan in UP.
This news inspired members of ECPFO and Mr Ravindra Bana studied the problem more closely and filed PIL in 2007 in Supreme Court on the basis that these widows too have a right to life under Article 21 of the Constitution of India and this right postulates the right to live with human dignity and better environment.
The Supreme Court entertained this Petition and after struggling for nearly 11 years, the Court gave dignity to ‘White shadows of Vrindavan’ on 31 July 2018.
The Court order recorded that initially rooms for 1,000 widows be constructed in Vrindavan.
Accordingly on 31 August 2019 Chief Minister of UP gave built in rooms named ‘Krishna Kutir’ on 1.4 hectares of land , developed by Ministry of Women & Child Welfare . The place is fully equipped with modern kitchen and Skill-cum-training Centre to teach the widows stitching , embroidery among other things.
Similar facility is now being developed in Varanasi on these lines.

Awarness Program at School level for
No Plastic

  • Takes 1000 years to decompose into smaller pieces, which seep down into the soil and release chemicals, which eventually reach the water supply.
  • Kills animals in the water when they eat plastic bags thinking they are jellyfish
Manufacturing of plastic bags is harmful to the environment because nonrenewable resources are used (petroleum and natural gas). The manufacturing process itself uses toxic chemicals, pollutes the atmosphere and consumes energy.

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