1) Do not trample high altitude vegetation. Do not pick any flowers or medicinal plants.
2) Do not disturb wildlife or it's habitat.
3) Do not purchase endangered animal parts or antique cultural artifacts.
4) Discourage camp fires, encourage camp fun.
5) Follow safety rules when carrying, storing and using kerosene and gas in trekking or mountaineering.
6) In trekking or mountaineering use kerosene, LPG or other non-wood fuel for all cooking, heating and lighting. Including that used porters.
7) Avoid high fuel consumption menu items. e.g. : baked food or large food selections in high altitude.
8) Repackage food into re-usable containers to reduce waste.
9) Reduce waste by depacking and repacking in an outing.
10) Separate and properly dispose of litter burn burnable, bury biodegradable and carry out all other non-biodegradable materials deposit at designated trash sites or for recycling.
11) Use toilet tents on all treks, set up and used in an environmentally sound manner, so as to avoid pollution of water sources (at least 100m away).
12) Teach all the team member about personal hygiene, sanitation and kitchen and camp routine.
13) Properly treat the drinking water and uncooked vegetables.
14) Dispose of washing water well away from streams, and use bio-degradable soaps.
15) Address cultural "do's" and "don'ts", environmentally friendly behaviour, safety precautions, proper dress and respect for local beliefs, peoples and religious sites.
16) If you are in high altitude, then plan days for proper altitude acclimatization when ascending, know how to identify and treat high altitude illness and how to provide emergency rescue.
17) Do not carry fire arms in the Jungle.
18) Treat all wild animals with respect - they always have the right of way.
19) Never throw away lighted cigarette ends and match in the forest - these may cause fire, destroying valuable plant and animal habitat.
20) Cooking and lighting fire is prohibited inside any sanctuary.