Each successive generation of human beings has pursued growth in multiple dimensions: material growth, economic growth, growth in collective knowledge, and spiritual growth.
Our recent generations have an average global lifespan of some 70+ years, while it was only 48 years in 1950 and 31 years in 1900. Each generation has first tried to make sure it survives, and then make a mark on the ongoing ‘progress’ of the human civilization. Indeed, we have progressed a lot.
Or, have we?
Most of our material well-being, surplus wealth, and economic growth has come at the cost of natural resources. Our economics has led us to the false belief that the infinite wants of an ever-growing human population can be satisfied by the finite ecological capacity of the planet. We have never stopped to think about this logical and moral disconnect and the plethora of problems it has created.
Sustainability is about this much-needed course correction. It is about instilling a holistic view among citizens about human life, well-being and our responsibility to the planet.
Our goal is to be a hub for awareness and education about sustainability. We conduct lectures, short courses, knowledge dissemination, market research, and consulting along the various facets of sustainability:
- Environmental problems and awareness e.g. Climate Change, Species Extinction, Soil and Water Crisis
- History of nature and man: Economics, Technology and energy use, Agriculture, Industrialization, Globalization, Natural resource and land use
- Food, health, and medicine
- Sustainability: Ecological footprint, responsible consumption, changes to the economic system, spirituality, policy changes, educational changes, technology and energy, agriculture, green careers, etc
Yogesh Pathak and Aniket Motale founded EcoUniv in Pune in 2017. The founders bring collective experience of 35+ years across business, technology, entrepreneurship, environmental education, research, and non-profit work.
We involve experts from various fields related to sustainability to participate in building awareness.