Man must learn to co-exist with all other forces on earth. The varied flora and fauna and natural bodies contribute to the biosphere. Reckless exploitation will only lead to collapse of human race. RAC is aware of this and is engaged in environment protection.
It has been involved in the UNDP project in Keonjhar district. Pollution has been checked to a large extent through recycling char( Waste of Sponge Iron Plants) into useful smokeless fuel known as briquette. People from nearby areas have learnt to protect their surroundings from pollution in the mines-dominated area. As more and more people are taking to briquette they have stopped felling trees to use as firewood. Forests are being saved as a result. Rain depends upon forests.
The flora and fauna have been conserved as forests are home to them. It of course contributes in checking global warming. The DST project in Karanjia ,Mayurbhanj district has laid emphasis on construction of check dams for water conservation. This has in turn led to soil conservation. Many fruit bearing trees have been planted in hill areas which would have otherwise have passed off as wasteland. Preservation of eco-system is given importance even as all development work is carried on because the very survival of human race depends upon it.