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The International Environmentalist Sustainable Community (IESC) was launched on 15th August 2022. The IESC is established and propounded by Prof. Ganesh Channa (Founder & President of World Environment Council India)

International Environmentalist Sustainable Community (IESC) is one of the World's First Environmental Community for Global environmentalist community platform given to the global people from the World Environment Council.

The International Environmentalist Sustainable Community (IESC) is a place that brings together international social and environmental experts from member and non-member economies to share experiences and explore common policy issues focusing principally on the environmental feature of sustainable development and its linkages with economic and social policies. Issues to be addressed in the Global Forum on Environment are shaped based on the current work of the IESC Environment Programme, by focusing on one or two priority issues on the global environmental agenda each year.

Together we all work to Save Environment, Save Trees, Save Water, and Save Life by green views of the International Environmentalist Sustainable Community (IESC)


  To raise and create awareness and understanding of the environment feature of sustainable development issues worldwide;

•To circulate information on environmental issues among policy makers, teachers, individuals, professionals, private sector, non-profit organizations and civil society representatives; and

•  Promote exchange of information and lessons learned among IESC and non-IESC countries


 The IESC provides a more holistic approach to urban and rural development rather than through a sectorial or “project-by-project” approach. Specifically, the IESC supports the following activities:
 • Using and support with local people data and tools to support integrated urban and rural planning and implementation;

• Developing IESC national platforms to enable public access to reliable and accurate location-based information;

• Establishing and enhancing urban and rural sustainability indicators in close alignment with UN support.

• Implementing a diagnostic process to assess cities and villages sustainability status;

• Preparing and implementing action plans to facilitate planning for sustainable urban and rural development;

• Providing capacity building opportunities to improve municipal finances and city creditworthiness, as well as to identify priorities for urban and rural investment; and

•   Organizing training, awareness, webinar, workshops and trainings at regional and national levels to share knowledge and experience among client cities.