Nurturing Environment: A Conversation with Sachin Manchanda

Individuals and organizations championing environmental causes in pursuing a sustainable future stand as harbingers of change. Sachin Manchanda, founder of the Sachin Manchanda Foundation, embodies this commitment through the ‘Eco-Sanskriti’ project, a part of “Temple of Humanity” initiative. Under this effort it has undertaken various activities to ameliorate social and economic conditions of the downtrodden sections of the society and its holistic development. In this interview, Mr. Manchanda shares insights into the motivation behind the initiative, collaborative efforts, and the broader scope of the foundation’s endeavours in community development and environmental conservation.

Question 1: What inspired the inception of the ‘Eco-Sanskriti’ Initiative, and how does it align with the Sachin Manchanda Foundation’s overall vision?

Answer: The ‘Eco-Sanskriti’ Initiative was born out of a deep-rooted commitment to environmental sustainability. It is one of the major part of our “Temple of Humanity” initiative that is striving for society’s holistic development. Our foundation envisions a world where every individual embraces eco-friendly practices with humanity first approach. ‘Eco-Sanskriti’ is our way of promoting a cultural shift towards a greener, more sustainable future.

Question 2: The recent Plantation Drive among school children garnered significant attention. Can you elaborate on your collaboration with them and the impact on the local community?

Answer: The collaboration with the school and its students was pivotal. The Plantation Drive aimed not only to plant trees but also to sow seeds of environmental awareness. Involving the local community and schools ensures a broader impact, nurturing a sense of responsibility towards our environment.

Question 3: Beyond tree plantation, what other initiatives does the Sachin Manchanda Foundation undertake to contribute to environmental conservation?

Answer: Our foundation has multifaceted initiatives, ranging from water conservation projects to carbon footprint reduction campaigns. We actively promote rainwater harvesting, waste management, and pollution control measures. These efforts are integral to our holistic approach to environmental conservation.

Question 4: Collaborating with educational institutions seems to be an essential aspect. How do these partnerships with schools contribute to the ‘Eco-Sanskriti’ mission?

Answer: Educational institutions are the breeding grounds for future environment leaders. Partnering with schools allows us to instil eco-friendly values in the younger generation. These partnerships contribute significantly to creating a ripple effect, with students becoming ambassadors for sustainable practices in their communities.

Question 5: In the broader context of community development, how does the Sachin Manchanda Foundation address the needs of underprivileged communities while promoting environmental sustainability?

Answer: Our foundation believes in inclusive progress. We undertake initiatives that address environmental challenges and empower underprivileged communities. From skill development programs to providing access to clean water, our efforts are geared towards creating a sustainable and equitable future for all.