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About us

Sustainable India Trust (SIT) was born out of the need to bring together interdisciplinary scientific expertise for evidence-based national policies and international cooperation to achieve sustainable development goals. Our unique contribution has been to highlight the role of sustainable nutrient management and elemental cycles such as nitrogen, phosphorus etc. They span several UN-SDGs, but are rarely recognized or managed that way. The India-led UN resolution on 'Sustainable nitrogen management' (UNEA4, March 2019) has been an important milestone in our short journey since 2014. As another feather in the hat, SIT very recently (July 2020) received accreditation to the United Nations Environment Assembly (UNEA) of UNEP.


The passing of a stalwart

28 July 2020

We at the Sustainable India Trust are deeply saddened to inform you that Prof. Yash Pal Abrol, the doyen of Indian nitrogen research is no more. He passed away in the morning of 28 July 2020 peacefully at the age of 84. He is survived by his wife and 2 sons.

SIT receives UNEP accreditation

7 July 2020

SIT will now be added to the List of Accredited Organizations with Observer Status to UNEPAccreditation provides NGOs with observer status to the UNEA and its subsidiary bodies. It is the main entry point for Major Groups and Stakeholders into policy dialogue at UNEP.

SIT plays major role in passage of the India-led UN resolution on 'Sustainable nitrogen management'

29 March 2019

24th August 2017

The Indian Nitrogen assessment spearheaded by SIT and its partners was published today. It provides a reference for anyone interested in Reactive N, from researchers and students, to environmental managers.

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