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Citizen for Sustainable Development society is committed for sustainable development in whole globe. Jal, Jangle, Jameen, Janwar should be given prime focus in all developmental plans.

The quantitative and qualitative aspects of different ingredient of ecosystem viz. water, air, biodiversity, mountain and interactions among them should be considered positively. All the developmental plans should be citizen participatory in nature. Citizen’s concept about eco-balance must be clear. Citizens active participation in policy making process of ecosystem are very-very important for sustainable development.

The interactions among different ingredients are not clearly visible so that without any hesitation we should not intervene in any ingredient and the freedom of each and every creatures should be accepted without any debate. Natural resource are not generated by manual process, we can not generate soil , water, Air, Biodiversity and so easily we can not improve its qualitative and quantitative degradations. So that we  should avoid as a responsible citizen to degrade, pollute, erode or damage natural resources. The human beings are most dangerous for eco-balance. Most of danger created by human being are due to ignorance or innocence.

The C.F.S.D. tries to improve eco-literacy   and promotes eco-friendly behaviour in nation. The C.F.S.D by its voluntary creates awareness and rationalizes the greeds of individuals . For the sustainable development, and long term survival of society all the ingredients should be given proper space, respect, freedom. If every human being have fundamental right for their livelihood and on behalf of it they have house, food, medicine, water supply system etc. But we are not ready to give any land shares of other biodiversities like, Lion, Tiger, Elephant and Butterfly etc. We have a lot of freedom in life but we always interfere with freedom of mountain, Rivers, Jangle and Wildlife etc.

The Main Objectives of C.F.S.D.:-

  • For ensuring sustainable development improving per capita availability of natural resources and conservation of natural resources viz. water, River, Jangle and wild lives etc.
  • Improving Soil fertility and decreasing chemization of soil.
  • Improving and strengthening forest area and promoting peoples participation in area expansion and conservation.
  • Creating awareness for water harvesting and conservation of underground water.
  • Natural resources are limited so population management policy is important. The family planning programmes should decentralized and democratized. The share in welfare budgets should be correlated to family size.
  • For achieving objectives avoidance of government money because this promotes corrupt practices and decreases efficiency. The C.F.S.D. will meet its financial need by donations of society.