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Journey with EcoSikh – 2016
This video contains accomplishments and achievements of EcoSikh and the journey so far. EcoSikh is an international Sikh environmental initiative, that was launched in 2009 at Windsor Castle as a response to United Nation’s call to the world religions to protect the earth. Our mission is to spread Guru Nanak’s message of environmental love and to engage Sikhs globally on the critical issue of climate change. We promote practical ways to implement the message of gurbani for planet conservation.

 

 

 

EcoSikh Youth Leadership Workshops
EcoSikh workshop module offers the youth empowerment via interactive workshops. Every workshops lasts for over 3 hours. We help the attendees to open up their hearts and communicate at their best, they learn to identify the most pressing issues and plan their own strategy. They are also provided training to raise funds and face realtime situations for their environmental action. We also provide a special session on how to deal with press and media.

 

 

 

Organic Langar on March14, an Appeal to Gurdwaras
EcoSikh urged Gurdwaras worldwide to Serve Organic Langar on March 14, and celebrate Sikh Environment Day. This day is celebrated as a tribute to Guru Har Rai Sahib’s life and his contribution towards nature preservation.

 

 

 

 

 

EcoSikh: A Sikh Response to Climate Change – 2015
A review of EcoSikh efforts in 2015 to combat climate change and engage Sikhs around the would to take environmental action.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Sikh Prayer on Climate Change at EcoSikh Interfaith Event-2015
While the UN Climate Summit is deciding the future of earth in Paris, US based EcoSikh, organized an interfaith prayer event on “Punjab Calling for Climate Justice” at Bhai Vir Singh Niwas Sthaan in Amritsar. Citizens and leaders of all faiths, intellectuals, doctors, environmentalists, industrialists and social groups, young artists, and school students actively voiced their concern for earth’s sustainability.

 

 

 

EcoSikh 4 Years of Journeying – 2013
It’s been just four years since EcoSikh was launched and this new short film celebrates the impressive achievements of this international environmental network. ‘EcoSikh – 4 years of journeying’ charts the progress of the organisation since 2009.

Be the Change ! Be EcoSikhs !

 

 

 

 

EcoSikh History So Far – 2012
The first few seconds of this track is just sound no video…. listen the the poetical message !
This video narrates the history of EcoSikh organisation, how and when it came into existence, about its environment programs and where has it reached so far. The episodes from Sikh Environment Day 2011, Green Amritsar and Sikh Environment Day 2012. This is the first ever global environment initiative by Sikh community associated by UNDP in partnership with Alliance of Religions and Conservation (ARC), UK and Sikh Council on Religion and Education (SCORE), USA.

 

 

How Sikhi lifestyle is an Eco-Friendly lifestyle: Ik Onkar TV 
This is a short movie where various Sikhs; students from University of British Columbia, writers and youth groups express their feelings and propose actions for our society which can help in reducing our carbon footprints and reduce global warming with a Gurbani Shabad in the last part of this video. Courtesy: Ik Onkar TV

 

 

 

 

Earth Prayer by Snatam Kaur
This is  first music video for the song Earth’s Prayer from album Ras by Snatam Kaur. It inspires deep love and responsibility for environment. Snatam says, “My intention for this song and this video is that it will help all of us awaken to our role as stewards of the planet.” Directed and photographed by Robin Layton with music produced by Thomas Barquee

 

 

 

 

Sabhe Ghat Ram Boley: by Sikh singers
This is a gurbani shabad, which tells us that the Creator resides and speaks in everyone and every being of nature. No matters where you live, who you are, what you do. He is with you, He is in you, you are a part of nature and you must live to love it.

 

 

 

 

 

Freedom of Food at the Golden Temple: By Jason Taylor
This short film comes from the kitchens of the golden temple where every day around 100,000 people, regardless of colour, caste, or religion, donate, prepare, consume and clean out of compassion.

 

 

 

 

 

Eco-Punjab: Five Rivers Run Dry: By Navdeep Singh Kandola
A short film on the damage to the environment in the Northern state of Punjab as a result of the first Green Revolution in the 1960s. The associated intensive farming practices & use of pesticides, has transformed the landscape and caused grave ecological damage the region known as the ‘bread basket of India’.

 

 

 

 

Sikh Evening Prayer