The School has launched a major extension programme known as ‘Rainwater for Humanity’ in collaboration with Brown University (USA) and local panchayath, self help groups. Through this extension programme, the School envisages to adopt small villages with an objective of providing basic amenities like drinking water and sanitation. As a part of this programme the School has installed a community rainwater harvesting structure (1.2 lakh liter & 18 (15,000-18,000 liters) at Achinakom Panchayath in Kuttanadu region. Construction of additional rain water harvesting tanks are in progress as the part of OSI.
The School is giving training programme on environmental quality assessment and other advanced areas of research for school and college teachers. It also extends help to the District Disaster Management Authority in their disaster management activities. The School is offering consultancy services in various environment management sectors like analyzing and monitoring of air, water, soil and noise, environmental impact assessment studies and EMP report preparation, urban forestry and green belt development, solid waste management, remote sensing services etc.