Our mission is to make a sustainable world for future generations. Today’s society is facing many unprecedented challenges besides, dwindling natural resources, declining economies, a rapidly changing climate and other threats require that all of us start working together to sustain our lives and future generations. We must find innovative ways to ensure that nature can continue to provide us the food, clean water, energy and other services. Life is a gift that every creature has received from Nature & God but this gift cannot flourish in a hostile environment. Human well-being depends on a healthy, diverse environment so, it is our responsibility to protect and enhance the ecosystem of the Earth which sustains life. Hence, care for life implies care for the earth.

At Hamara Bhumandal magazine, we are aware that sustainability is more than just going green; it is a state of mind, a way of existing that promises to improve life on many levels for ourselves and the communities we serve. We have a unique opportunity to be a conduit for understanding and hold fast to the belief that building awareness is the key to affecting change. As the green movement gains steam, the need for reliable information is growing. Hamara Bhumandal magazine is dedicated to providing insightful, reliable information that enables readers to make informed choices about sustainability on every level. We have been highlighting the environmental policies, legislations, innovations of the country with environmental impact assessment, environmental and ecological economics, environmental accounting, ecosystem service assessment, energy and resource use, social factors and management.

The aim of Hamara Bhumandal magazine is to provide a platform and a forum for a rapid exchange of new ideas, latest developments and concepts for Environment Scientists, Environment Engineers, Students, Teachers and Readers in the fields of environmental accounting, human and systems ecology, and environmental management. Articles on environmental accounting and managements are solicited, including: management techniques in environmental, ecological, energy and information science; environmental technology and engineering; human managed ecosystems such as agricultural, urban, coastal, riparian, and wetland ecosystems.