The Mobius Foundation is a non-profit organisation promoting environmental sustainability through sustainable, relevant solutions that enable communities to break longstanding practices which are detrimental to human existence on Earth.
It spearheads various educational programs in India, which include setting up a residential green school in Karnataka and a day school in Uttar Pradesh. It also promotes population stabilization and ecological conservation through Project Aakar and Project Sanjeevani.
Other projects by Mobius Foundation include mobile health camps, school support programs, installation of solar street lights , toilet construction, and training and awareness programs on food safety and natural farming practices.
Additionally, the foundation is proud to be associated with Universal Trustees Private Limited, a Professional Estate Planning, Trusteeship and Executor Services Company offering its services in India to resident and non-resident families, corporates and charities. The Universal Trustees Private Limited supports Mobius in its vision of environment sustainability.
Sustainability drives us, here, at The Mobius Foundation.
An ecosystem, a lifestyle, or a community which is sustainable, is one which supports itself and its surroundings. Sustainability itself can be defined by three core elements, each of which must be considered in relation to the others: Environmental Protection, Social Development and Economic Development.
The Mobius Foundation is focused on sustainability. We must renew, re-use and replace the finite treasures of the only planet we have. Schools should include environmental education, since the next generation will bear the brunt of the rape of our beautiful Earth.
For thousands of years, there were no air-conditioners, no cars, no planes. Humans survived. There were no power-stations and factories spewing smoke into the air just so we can use electric fans, lights and synthetic fabrics. Our grandparents did not have refrigerators or air-conditions. They survived quite comfortably. People travelled, slowly, but what was the rush? Fields around the cities sent wheat, rice, pulses and vegetables on bullock carts. Earthen pots kept drinking water cool.
This century is all about having everything and doing everything fast!!
…………towards Swatch, Smridh, Swastha and Sustainable Bharat
Mr. Pradip Burman is the Chairman of the Mobius Foundation while also serving as the chairman of Dabur Nepal Pvt limited, and promoter director on the Board of Aviva Life Insurance Co. Ltd. After a career spanning decades, he is now giving back to society by devoting himself to the cause of environmental sustainability. Read more about his contribution to the society and environment here.
Mrs. Indira Burman
Indira Burman, the wife of Late Shri Siddharth Burman, is a devoted caregiver to people suffering from various diseases while her stay in the United Kingdom. Post her husband’s demise, Mrs. Burman moved back to India and continued her social endeavours. She has since, helped several medical clinics of Delhi to extend their services to the underprivileged sections of society and has also facilitated various medical researches across the world.
As a Supreme Court lawyer, Ms. Nundy has spearheaded a number of notable causes such as the anti-rape and sexual harassment laws. She’s one of the few lawyers fighting for, and providing free healthcare to, the victims of the Bhopal tragedy.
The first and only female Chief Secretary of Delhi, Ms. Shailaja Chandra is a former IAS officer with nearly 40 years of experience in public administration. In the last five years, she has served as a Member of the Governing Body of the National Institute of Health & Family Welfare.
Abhay Kumar Agarwal
A practising Chartered Accountant, Mr. Abhay Kumar Agarwal is well versed in the areas of accounting, finance, management and corporate advisory services. His credentials include serving on the Audit Committee, the Shareholders’ Committee and on the board of directors of various companies for over 10 years.
Dr. Gautam Vohra
Dr. Vohra was an editor with The Times of India and the founder of The Development Research and Action Group [DRAG], an organization focused on poverty alleviation. Through DRAG, Dr. Vohra has worked for the upliftment of tribes of Maharashtra and the Gujjars of Haryana for the last 30 years.