Coast Boasting

Bringing to you a series of stunning visuals from India’s surreal coastline!

Indian Ocean Humpback Dolphin

One of the smartest and social beings on Earth is now endangered due to our actions!

Olive Ridley Turtles

India is home to the largest nesting site of the world’s second smallest sea turtle, whose numbers are fast declining…

Pulicat Lake

India’s second largest lagoon, home to several lifeforms, is now being exploited!

Orcas/Killer Whales

Did you know Orcas or Killer Whales are actually Dolphins? Unfortunately, their numbers are declining due to habitat loss!

Sperm Whale

The animal with the largest brain is unfortunately suffering from tiny pieces of plastics that you and I throw away.

Sea Crocodiles

Being lethargic helps “Saltie” survive longer in salty waters! Who knew being lazy would actually be useful?


The world’s largest mangrove forest, home to the Royal Bengal Tiger, is now in danger due to our actions!

Manta Rays

Overfishing and bycatch are one of the major reasons as to why several marine species are endangered today!

Sea Turtles

Sea Turtles play a vital role in maintaining and sustainability of ocean life! Join us in an effort to protect and conserve them!

Indian Ocean Gyre

Close to 5.25 trillion micro and macro pieces of harmful plastic are said to be found in our oceans today…

Gulf of Mannar

One of the richest coastal areas in Asia, the Gulf of Mannar is facing several threats today…

Sea Erosion

Have you heard about the sea erosion? Check this post to know more!

Karl Schmidt Memorial

Do you know the story behind the #KarlSchmidt Memorial in #BesantNagar? Watch to find out!


Did you know, the Sea Cow’s numbers are vanishing from India’s coast because of us?

Beach Vegetation

Ever know the use of all those plants that you spot on a beach? Watch to find out!

Join us in protecting the beach & its flora!

Adyar Estuary

A beautiful ecological hotspot, where the Adyar River meets the Bay of Bengal!

Let’s not dump our waste into the river or beach and protect this habitat!

Sea Turtles

Chennai’s coast serves as a primary nesting site for the Olive Ridley Sea Turtles!

This is why we at E.F.I #CleanForOliveGreen

Broken Bridge

There’s much more to this unique ecosystem, than that meets the eye!

Join us to protect this Vibrant, Diverse and Threatened habitat

Coast of Vizag

Surrounded by rolling hills with serene beach stretches, Vizag is truly the Jewel Of The East Coast.

Coast of Pondicherry

Where the Indian Ocean crashes the rocky beaches with a French Connection.

Coast of Chennai

The Adyar River merging with the Bay of Bengal is a sight to behold.

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