Delhi Greens is working to protect the environment and promote sustainable development of North-east India through an independent NE Greens programme.


The North-east Region of India comprises the states of Arunachal Pradesh, Assam, Meghalaya, Manipur, Mizoram, Nagaland, Tripura and Sikkim and is known to many as the ‘unsung song of Indian history’. Tucked away in the ‘remote’ Northeast and joined with “mainland” India only by a 21 km long ‘chicken neck’ corridor, the region is blended with diverse geographical and multicultural features, and is a beautiful mosaic of Mother Nature.

Environmental destruction, pollution, water scarcity, biodiversity loss, depleting forest cover, cultural pollution, social unrest are but a few of the issues demanding immediate attention in India’s North-east Region. At the same time, a relative reluctance of the Government to act and a simultaneous (and consequent) exodus of a majority of the youth population has been only adding fuel to the fire.

The NE Greens Programme was launched in 2010 and has been working since then to highlight and discuss the environmental challenges being faced by NE India and protect the cultural and biodiversity of North-east India. It enables Delhi Greens to initiate green actions, campaigns and advocacy across North-east India.


Ongoing Projects & Activities

Selected List of Completed Projects & Activities

Programme Website