IMI members, institutional and individual, are experts in disciplines that inform the establishment of sustainable development practices in the Indian Himalayas and Northeast India. Usually, Institutional members operate as partners, and include the GB Pant Institute of Himalayan Environment and Development, and Almora (a unit of the Ministry of Environment, Forest and Climate Change, Government of India). Usually, Individual members work towards executing IMI’s driving vision in their respective states. Currently, IMI has 40 aggregate members.
Our State Chapters
IMI operates as a federation of state chapters, each a community of individual members aligned to IMI’s vision tasked with organizing state-and-district-level seminars, creating state-specific policy briefs, cascading national mountain policy briefs, and raising funds for their chapters with our leadership’s support. Each chapter also attempts to be a reliable source of state-specific information about sustainable development practices in the Indian Himalayas and Northeast India, and are usually hosted in an institution or organization located within the state.