Fight against ANTHROPOCENE


According to the International Union of Geological Sciences (IUGS), the professional organization in charge of defining Earth’s time scale, we are officially in the Holocene (“entirely recent”) epoch, which began 11,700 years ago after the last major ice age.But that label is outdated, some experts say. They argue for “Anthropocene”—from anthropo, for “man,” and cene, for “new”—because human-kind has caused mass extinctions of plant and animal species, polluted the oceans and altered the atmosphere. In ‘THE ‘SIXTH MASS EXTINCTION 'species are becoming extinct 100 times faster with human impacts. Populations of wild animals have more than halved since 1970, while the human population has doubled. In our planet’s history, there was a vast number of different species and so much of biodiversity which has been lost so quickly.Now human is the agent of the sixth mass extinction causing ‘Biological Annihilation’.


Because of industry, agriculture and fossil fuel use, carbon dioxide in the air is at its highest level for millions of years. At the same time, disruption of other chemical cycles is turning seas and rivers into dead zones.Climate change is already affecting the world around us. Global warming is causing glaciers to melt, sea levels to rise, species to go extinct and severe weather events such as floods, droughts, and hurricanes to increase.

Two hundred years ago, there were less than a billion people on Earth. Today, there are 7.6bn and our population is still growing.Unless we take action, the SIXTH EXTINCTION happens to be hit our plant by 100 years’ time.


We can and must ease the pressure on our world. As individuals and communities, we can take action such as buying less, reusing and recycling more, moving towards a plant-based diet and ensuring what we do use and consume is as sustainable as possible.


As ECORE habitat our goal is to establish awareness among humans to change their life patterns to reduce the damage to the earth. It is our prime purpose to carry out series of projects to establish community awareness and participation to act against deforestation, species extinction, poverty, and any other means that support reverse the suffering of Planet Earth.

Animal exploitation -The raising and killing of animals for the production of certain types of foods

Animal exploitation -The raising and killing of animals for the production of certain types of foods

Deforestation -Loss of forest cover by accelerated human activities

Deforestation -Loss of forest cover by accelerated human activities