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  NGO Name

ESG (Environmental Support Group)

  Year Established


  Primary Contact

Leo Saldanha


1572, 36th Cross,100 Feet Ring Road,


Banashankari II Stage,








  Phone 1


  Phone 2





  NGO Work



Environment conservation


  Annual Budget


  FCRA clearance?





  NGO Visit Information

  Contact Info.



  NGO - Chapter / Coordinator

  Number of chapters or coords coordinating this ngo



  Send email to chapter coords?


  +  Dallas / Karthik Ranganathan
  +  CollegePark / Dushyant Sethi

  Projects List

Amount Funded



$ 0




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  NGO Goals



Environment Support Group (ESG) is an independent not-for-profit non-governmental organisation, founded in 1996 and registered as a Public Charitable Trust in 1998. Its main functions involve research, training, campaign support, and advocacy on a variety of environmental and social justice issues.

ESG is amongst the foremost proponents in India for the reform of environmental decision making processes urging that the same be made more par more...



People's Manifesto for Bangalore Civic elections: Bangalore People's Forum, a network of progressive voluntary organisations of which ESG is a part, has come out with a Peoples Manifesto for the upcoming local govt elections based on inputs from diverse sectors and after many consultations.
Nuclear Liability Bill:The Civil Liability for Nuclear Damage Bill, 2010 (download bill) protects nuclea more...



11 March 2010

Dear Friends and Fellow Activists,

We are very happy to confirm that the response to our workshop initiative to collectively review changes in Environmental Governance in India and evolve strategies for response and action has been very good. So far we have strong representation from groups working on the following issues: forest rights, coastal communities, north east regional issues, mining, urban infrastructure, dams and rivers, GMO and biotechnology issues, farming and food security, nuclear power and liability issues, EIA Notification, human rights, water use and rights, etc.

We now hope more of you will confirm your participation and that you would do so at the earliest. In case you decide to join us, please do confirm your participation by Saturday more...




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