Hon'ble Chief Minister
Hon'ble Deputy Chief Minister
Honb'le Revenue Minister
Hon'ble Minister Of Tourism,Protocol,Environment & Climate Change Department
Hon'ble State Minister Of Environment
The Environment and Climate Change Department , Govt. of Maharashtra has taken up a holistic initiative, Majhi Vasundhara (My Earth ), to make citizen aware of the impacts of climate change and environmental issues and to encourage them to make a conscious effort towards the improvement of the environment.
This initiative will also support the state in the implementation of climate change mitigation and adaptation measures.
It is a unique integrated first-ever exercise in India by the department, focusing on all five elements of nature i.e. “Panchamahabhuta” comprises Bhumi (Earth), Jala (Water), Vayu (Air), Agni (Energy), Akash (Enhancement) to ensure sustainable development for the state.
Manisha Patankar - Mhaiskar, IAS
Environment and Climate Change & Protocol Department
Majhi Vasundhara focuses on restoring the five elements of nature through six initiatives. These initiatives by the Environment and Climate Change Department , Govt. of Maharashtra, target to engage stakeholders from different sectors and age groups to sensitize them about sustainable development and climate change.
Majhi Vasundhara focuses on identifying potential action points for the betterment of the environment for the local bodies in Maharashtra (Majhi Vasundhara Abhiyan). It also aims to connect with every citizen at the individual level (#Epledge). It targets to connect with government institutions (Majhi Vasundhara Summit) , local and global corporate entities (Majhi Vasundhara Corporates), and brings all national and international non-profit organizations (Majhi Vasundhara Non-profit) under one umbrella to pioneer change. Not only that, but Majhi Vasundhara also taken up the initiative to inculcate green values in future generations and planned to develop a curriculum for the school students in Maharashtra (Majhi Vasundhara Curriculum). The curriculum will be introduced by the Department of Education and Sports, Government of Maharashtra, in the next academic year.