The Goa Foundation was founded in the year 1986, celebrating its 25 years in 2011. The “Highlights” provides a summary of the main events of those 25 years and beyond.
The Goa Foundation’s efforts to protect Goa's amazing forests go back two decades. This is the first systematic introduction to this work of the organisation.
The State of Goa has several Protected Areas, declared as wildlife sanctuaries under the Wildlife Protection Act, 1972. The following list makes up the wildlife sanctuaries notified so far.
The Goa’s Foundation’s legal work on mining, stretching 25 years – from 1992 – culminated in two detailed and conclusive judgments by the Supreme Court of India that put an end to mining in Goa.
A new window into the Goan Iron Ore Permanent Fund set up under the direction of the Supreme Court of India in the Goa Foundation mining case.
The Goa Foundation has been working on implementing intergenerational equity commencing with mining. This has involved advocacy with a variety of Indian and international entities on a number of related issues. We have also joined a number of coalitions as well as founded/co-founded a few. This page archives some key aspects of our work on mining in & beyond Goa.
A brand new facility to aid citizens and activists