Nature is the source of life
We owe the future generations a cleaner and greener nature than what we inherited from our forefathers.
Let's conserve nature
SCON is a Non profit, Non Government Organization registered under the Society Act of the Govt of India. Founded on 28 July 1998 with a mandate of serving as an intellectual force that provides awareness, research and policy inputs for sustainable development.
To help conserve nature with modern and traditional knowledge for sustainable agriculture and development.
To provide services for alternate sources of energy; waste minimizing technologies and waste recycling for conservation of nature.
To highlight the health problems associated with environmental degradation.
To prepare status papers on state of the environment in different regions of the country.
To organize seminars/workshops/group discussions on topics related to efficient use of natural resources and improving environmental quality.
To help frame and implement environment law to safeguard natural resources and environment.
SCON and SIT Awards, 2022
The Society for conservation of Nature and Sustainable India Trust jointly announce the 'SCON and SIT Awards'. Prof. YP Abrol Memorial Award will be given to candidate(s) selected by a Selection Committee.
Last date for application: 31 December 2022
SCON and SIT Awards, 2021 awarded
Prof. YP Abrol Memorial Award was awarded to Prof. Ramesh Ramachandran, and the Prof. YP Abrol Memorial Special Recognition Award has been awarded to Dr. Tariq Aziz.
SCON and SIT Awards, 2020
The Society for conservation of Nature and Sustainable India Trust jointly announce the 'SCON and SIT Awards'. Annual awards, viz. Prof. YP Abrol Memorial Award, Recognition Awards, Excellence in Science Award will be given to candidates selected by a Selection Committee.
Our beloved mentor, Prof YP Abrol left us for heavenly abode on 28.07.2020.
The Indian Nitrogen assessment spearheaded by SCON and its partners was published today. It provides a reference for anyone interested in Reactive N, from researchers and students, to environmental managers.