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| Last Updated:: 13/03/2024



             The Ministry of Environment, Forest and Climate Change in Government of India, has started as a single-stop web-enabled repository of comprehensive environmental information with collection, collation, storage, retrieval and dissemination of the environmental information through a nationwide network of ENVIS Hubs and ENVIS Resource Partners (RPs). The ENVIS Hub in KSCSTE was initiated in 2003 as a node and later upgraded to ENVIS Centre in 2005.


The aims and objectives of the EIACP are as under:


  • To nurture green, sustainable and inclusive workforce in order to enhance both living and environment standards while fostering gainful and self-employment of youth. 
  • To conduct skilling courses not only in traditional areas but also in new emerging areas like electric vehicles, hazardous waste/ Bio-medical waste etc. considering their future scope, requirements and prospects. 
  • To be involved in the Mission LiFE (Lifestyle for Environment) being conceptualized by the Ministry. 
  • To facilitate technical and environmentally conscious industrial participation focused on sustainable development. 
  • To develop national and international collaboration for knowledge exchange and skilling and facilitating attainment of the SDGs 
  • To aid sustainable livelihoods of tribal population especially in NER based on traditional knowledge and crafts. 
  • To facilitate informed decisions and policy making by catering to demand for research, innovation and data on emerging issues related to environment. 
  • To facilitate transition to environmentally conscious futuristic citizens including awareness among public/communities on environment related issues.


Thematic Area: The focus of EIACP  Kerala is “State of Environment” since inception has been on providing environmental information to decision makers, policy planners, scientists and engineers, research workers, etc all over the country. Since environment is a wide-ranging, multi-disciplinary subject, a comprehensive information system on environment would necessarily involve effective participation of concerned institutions/organizations in the country that are actively engaged in work relating to different subject areas of environment. EIACP has, therefore, developed itself with a network of such participating institutions/organizations for the programme to be meaningful.


Activities: The EIACP Kerala is publishing quarterly Newsletters, books and booklets. The EIACP Hub has developed a website on State of the Environment and related issues of Kerala State.  All the EIACP publications, important legislations and government notifications pertaining to the environment of Kerala can be downloaded from EIACP website. Public can share questions and get answers through the website. Other important attractions of the site are environmental calender, online quiz, daily news on environment, upcoming events, searchable database, etc. 


Citizen's Charter : The EIACP Hub in Kerala is mainly focused to create a database on different environment related topics of Kerala by collecting secondary data from Government agencies, R&D Centres, Universities, NGO’s and other reliable sources and thereby popularizing the environmental informations among the people of Kerala. This will also help to the people reap environmental benefits and protect the environment and environmental resources without damage. 



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