About us

Environmental Education and conservation organization (EECO) is a nonprofit environmental conservation education organization. We know that human beings are totally dependent on nature — and that when we work to save nature, we’re really working to save ourselves. EECO is an initiative to educate people about environmental conservation, helping to build a healthier, more prosperous and more productive planet, for you and for everyone.
Nature doesn’t need people. People need nature. Our food, our water, our health, our jobs — they all rely on the health of the planet’s ecosystems.
But we’re taking more from nature than nature can give. We’re weakening the Earth’s ability to provide the clean air, fresh water and food we depend on.
In short, we’re creating a crisis.
We can end this crisis. But we need big ideas and even bigger solutions. EECO works at every level, from remote villages to the offices of prime minister and CEOs, to find these solutions. Our work is moving entire societies toward a healthier, more sustainable development path — so that we don’t use up today what we’re going to need tomorrow.


Building a strong foundation of literacy and environmental education for children and youth to form a society where everyone sensibly care for the environment and biodiversity and take actions for the betterment of the mankind.


Pro-environment behavior change in Pakistan through innovative environmental education & conservation projects for children and youth to develop societies which are always committed to conserve nature for the greater interest of humanity and all life on earth


At EECO, we’re not interested in short-term fixes. Instead, building upon a foundation of science, partnership and field work, we find global solutions to global problems which is not possible without educating people about environment and climate change
We believe our first responsibility is to make this possible that environment and prosperity are moving equivalent and in meeting contemporary energy and power needs everything we do must be ecofriendly, safe for humans and ecosystems
Our Core Values
Education : Long term Impact through environmental education of children
Diversification: working with diversified group and welcome new ideas
Respect: Respect new avenues and Innovations

what we do
Issues we ae Sensitive About
How we do
Our Impact


EECO primary objective is to make environmental education accessible for all walks of life and especially to children & Youth
Ø Environmental education
Ø Issue investigation and action training (IIAT)
Ø Sustainable living Ø Reduction of pollution causes
Ø Renewable Energy
Ø Organic Food
Ø Zero Waste
Ø Save vulnerable species
Ø Save wet places
Ø Save Eco system
Ø Save energy

• Awareness – a sensitivity to the environment associated problems
• Knowledge – an understanding of how the environment functions, how people interact with and depend on the environment, and how environmental problems can be solved Attitudes – a concern for the environment and the personal motivation and commitment to participate in environmental improvement and protection
• Skills – the ability to identify and investigate environmental problems and to contribute to their resolution
• Participation – active involvement in working towards the resolution of environmental issues

Envionmental Tours
Vocational Education and Training
Policy Advice
Arts & Enviornment

Culture and the arts play a pivotal role in addressing environmental issues. Arts can help to raise awareness about and catalyze a public response to environmental insecurities and risks, illuminate issues of environmental justice, and imagine more sustainable futures. Arts can speak to emotion as well as to reason in finding new ways to articulate the richness and diversity of relationship between people and their environment. Together, the arts and the environmental sciences can help us understand and ascertain our place in the world. They offer complementary ways of knowing how we live on the Earth in the present. Moreover, exchange and combination of ideas among seemingly disparate disciplines can spark ways of imagining and envisioning how we might live in the future.

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