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I hereby take the ‘Change the habit, change the habitat’ pledge.

It’s time to change the habit, change the habitat.

Bollywood celebrities Richa Chadha and Varun Sharma Take the Hawa Badlo Pledge:

RJ Anmol Takes the Hawa Badlo Pledge:

RJ Adaa Takes the Hawa Badlo Pledge:

RJ Akriti Takes the Hawa Badlo Pledge:

A word from GAIL (India) Ltd about ‘Hawa Badlo’.

For all of us at GAIL, commitment to the environment is an integral aspect of our corporate value system and is firmly entrenched in our every mission statement. As a young progressive brand, we believe that we stand to deliver a better tomorrow for all our stakeholders when progress and environment can go hand-in-hand. GAIL (India) Limited is in a process for educating the masses about the perils of air pollution through its Hawa Badlo initiative.
The objective of Hawa Badlo is to gather resources in form of KNOWLEDGE, NETWORK, INNOVATION & OUTREACH to come together on a single platform to protect human health and our country from the effects of Air Pollution.
GAIL (India) Limited supports the Hawa Badlo movement which motivates people towards air-friendly habits like planting trees, switching to cleaner energy sources like CNG vehicles for transportation Natural Gas for industrial & commercial use, carpooling and use of public transport.
The Hawa Badlo movement plans to help the Indian masses to change the polluting scenario by their individual efforts. We believe there is a need to create awareness among each and every individual irrespective of their age group on the ill-effects of air pollution.

Here are some wins we have had as a country to change our habitat.


Policy formulation in favor of Natural Gas.

WWF – India’s quest to change the habitat.

For Earth Hour, 2018, WWF – India is launching the “Give Up to Give Back” initiative, drawing attention to habits and practices that are detrimental to the environment and inspiring individuals, organizations and institutions to reduce their carbon footprint and adopt sustainable alternatives for a better planet.

And there’s good news from Mumbai!

Mumbai changed it’s habit.. the the Olive Ridley turtles are back in Mumbai’s habitat… When we change our habit, we change our habitat. Take the pledge NOW and do your bit.