The first is to help Sikhs celebrate March 14th, or the days around it, as Sikh Environment Day, with people planting saplings, radio programs broadcasting environmental messages, ragis singing green gurbanis, people cooking organic (or kind-to-the-environment) food, gurdwaras discussing green energy, schools giving green lessons…
The second is to help and encourage the city of Amritsar to become one of the first Green Pilgrim Cities.
The third is to help gurdwaras in India and the diaspora become sustainable – and models of sustainability for the entire Sikh community.
EcoSikh understands that the collective, humble efforts of Sikhs around the world are what make the greatest impact. EcoSikh works by building a space for Sikhs to strengthen their commitments to the entire creation, so that we contribute to a healthy, prosperous world, for our generation and future generations.