The Society for Environment and Human Development (SEHD), a non-profit Bangladeshi organization, was founded in 1993 to promote investigative reporting, engage in action-oriented research, assist people think and speak out. Since them SEHD has been through complex times and has attended serious issues of national community interests. It has remained vocal about the danger of controlling nature that happens in many different ways and one such is monoculture plantation of non-native species and even of native breeds. SEHD has been an active participant with the communities who have attempted to resist unethical practices on their land. Human miseries and the erosion of values caused by human actions and in actions have also been priorities of SEHD’s attention since its foundation. The organization also believes that without real democratic values promoted, a country that has fallen behind cannot catch up; so, SEHD has remained actively involved in efforts to democratize Bangladesh. It is in this backdrop that the organization has developed innovative ways of thinking and acting in the areas of human rights and environment in particular.