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Our Mission
Save Soil – a Global Movement to invoke a conscious approach to soil and planet in all. One of the main objectives of the movement is to show governments across the world that their citizens want policies that revitalize ecology and soil. 

Isha Outreach will partner with the Save Soil movement to facilitate its execution in India. Already, thousands of eminent figures, including scientists, celebrities, policy experts, and even heads of states are coming together with this common goal to restore soil health and rekindle our bond with Mother Earth.


The Journey
To demonstrate the support of over 3.5 billion people, Sadhguru will be journeying over 30,000 km across 24 nations on a lone motorcycle. 

The journey will begin in London and end in the Cauvery basin in southern India where the Cauvery Calling project, initiated by Sadhguru, has so far enabled 125,000 farmers to plant 62 million trees to revive soil and help replenish the depleting waters of river Cauvery.


Our Approach
When citizens participate in large numbers, it will lead to ecological issues becoming election issues, which will in turn ensure that governments adopt policies and set budgets for sustained implementation of ecological solutions.


In Collaboration With UNCCD

Established in 1994, the United Nations Convention to Combat Desertification (UNCCD) is the sole legally binding international agreement linking environment and development to sustainable land management. UNCCD is a key partner of the Save Soil movement, collaborating in multiple aspects, including scientific knowledge, communications, and outreach.



Yogi, mystic and visionary, Sadhguru is a man whose passion spills into everything he encounters. Named one of India’s 50 most influential people, Sadhguru’s work has touched the lives of millions worldwide through his transformational programs.

He has initiated large-scale global initiatives, including the UNCCD accredited Isha Foundation, with 11 million volunteers in 300 centers worldwide.

In 2017, Sadhguru also launched Rally for Rivers, a campaign to raise awareness about the dire state of India’s rivers, which was supported by 162 million people, making it the largest ever ecological initiative of its kind. Rally for Rivers was featured in UNEP’s Compendium of Nature-based Solutions at the 2019 UN Climate Action Summit in New York.

Join the Movement

In this urgent, global endeavor, we invite your support. The true success of this movement is to make humanity come together as one to secure the future of all life and our planet.

Join the Movement