Since its inception, Help Earth has been actively involved in conservation of urban biodiversity. The organisation has tried to communicate and reach out to as many people and authorities possible to voice concern regarding the almost pitiful state of the only biodiversity that a town dweller has the fate to observe- Urban Biodiversity.
Help Earth has engaged in several conservation programmes including documentation of pitiful state of turtles in temple ponds of Assam, involving students of different educational institutes in the study of living conditions of turtles in the community ponds as well as providing support to several temple ponds in construction of breeding and basking sites.
The organisation is an avid campaigner of saving wetlands, laying emphasis on the lone RAMSAR site of Assam: Deeporbeel. Saving Deeporbeel would ensure extended life and health of several birds, amphibians, reptiles etc. associated with it.
Help Earth consistently supports the cause of amphibian conservation as can be observed from its promotion of the issue of amphibian conservation through organising “Save the frogs day” involving popular brand names such as BIG BAZAR etc. In keeping with the spirit and to encourage future conservationists Help Earth also felicitates esteemed personalities associated with amphibian conservation.
To spread the awareness to masses Help Earth also conducts outreach programs such as face painting, T-Shirt painting,thematic drawing competitions among school and college students. The organisation also has conducted awareness program on amphibians in All India radio. The organisation has resource persons who visit different educational institutes to deliver lectures on various topics related to conservation of biodiversity. Several meetings and symposiums have also been conducted by Help Earth on various burning issues of wildlife biology and conservation.