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Naturenomics™ 5.0 - Water Book

The book captures various aspects of water: Its availability, role in nurturing life and nature and its relationship with religion, celebrations, culture and entertainment.
Use and abuse of water, socio economic effects of drought and floods, poisoning of water and the legal framework around water.

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  • Kunjumon has lived most of his adult life in the forests of Kerala — as a government watchman and then as a cook for poachers...But an incident sometime early last year changed his life.

  • The conference took serious note of the rising trend in elephant-human conflicts, and called for using innovative measures in a demonstrable manner to reduce such conflicts.

  • A 12 member Myanmar Delegation led by His Excellency Mr. Tha Aye, Chief Minister of Sagaing and His Excellency Mr. La John Ngan Sai, Chief Minister of Kachin dropped by the Balipara Foundation Camp

  • Known as the 'Steve Jobs of Sustainability' and the author of Blue Economy, will inaugurate & deliver the key note address of Balipara Foundation Awards & Elephant Talk 2015

Contribution by balipara foundation


Developed Naturenomics™ framework that relates to capital formation for a region or an organization through the creation of ecologically 'compliant' assets in a sustainable manner.

Organic Farming

Initiative with 1000 farmers across 50 villages from 8 diverse communities in partnership with Morarka Foundation & OneCert Asia.

Wildlife Protection

Engaged in wildlife protection at Kaziranga National Park since 1988.


Published over 8 books on Naturenomics, with over 20 contributors and partners.

Nursery Formation

Endemic Nursery Project for 1 million saplings initiated in 2014.

Grants Facilitation

Facilitated grants & donation worth 10 million INR to Kazriranga National Park.

Conservation Enterpreneurship

Financed environment projects worth 2 million INR and Recognised over 25 Nature Heroes with Balipara Foundation Awards since 2013.

Training Centers

Training Center for Organic Cultivation, Solar & Biogas Applications, Water Harvesting & Solid Waste Management.

Species Conservation

Created & collated taxonomical database of 1,100 species of endemic plants of Assam, including 400 medicinal plants and 247 wild edible plants.