In 2009 IAHV supported "Mission Green Earth" which is a scheme endorsed by the United Nations Environment Programme 100 million tree campaign.
Global warming is no longer somebody elses problem. It has not just touched us, but has left deep scars in the forms of natural calamities worldwide such as Tsunami, cyclones, disturbing climatic changes, and polar ice and glacier melts. A very easy and effective way to counter global warming is to plant trees. It is something we can all do, and we hope that the entire country will join us in making Mission Green Earth a success. Mission Green Earth is a scheme is endorsed by the United Nations Environment Programme 100 million tree campaign. It is being supported by The Art of Living Foundation (AOL), and the International Association for Human Values (IAHV), both of which are international non-profit organisations with thousands of dedicated volunteers in over 150 countries around the world. The initiative calls on individuals, corporates, schools, NGOs, conservation trusts, local institutions and governments to plant indigenous trees, shrubs and medicinal plants in support of the United Nation Seventh Millennium Development Goal (MDG)“Environmental Sustainability.