Mission

To protect environment at local, national and global level to implement Agenda21*, through advocacy, research, non-political, non-religious and non-racial approach.
SCOPE strives to achieve its mission through non-political, non-religious, non-racial, non ethnic, commitment driven approach.

Agenda 21: sustainable development agenda adopted by United Nations Conference on Environment and Development (UNCED), at Rio, Brazil in 1992

Strategy

The main strategic thrust of SCOPE is to contribute its role in shaping up of governmental policies within the framework of global environmental/Sustainalbe Development(SD) agenda. SCOPE’s operational strategy is to involve experts, volunteers, media, students, government agencies and other stakeholders in achieving its goals. SCOPE has been using advocacy, public awareness, research, participatory learning, networking, public interest legal actions as its tools.

The mission and work of SCOPE is more relevant than ever, considering the challenges faced by humanity due to climate change, biodiversity loss and deterioration of natural resources.