Following is a Gap Analysis of the Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) Report of the Central Secretariat to Badarpur Corridor available on the Delhi Metro’s Website (here) at this link. GAP ANALYSIS, Delhi Metro’s EIA Report of Central Secretariat to Badarpur Corridor  The key gaps identified are in valuing the ecosystem services provided by the […]

Finally, the Prime Minister of India – Dr. Manmohan Singh has realized that Economic Growth – in the absence of the concept of sustainable development may do wonders for India but it cannot and will not work for Bharat. His speech to the Captains of Industry at the Confederation of Indian Industries (CII) last […]

Summers in Delhi have been unusual this year. While some claim it may be the signs of a larger climate change that will follow, others are just considering it ‘normal’ weather fluctuations. Things are however, far from normal. Two-three days of continuous heat wave is abruptly changed to heavy downpour […]

This has been around for some time now. An ePaper is the digital version of your daily newspaper such that you can view it over the internet exactly as it is published. A simple one time registration lets you read each and every article, advertisement, etc. on the paper in real time. Here […]

As already mentioned, Mr. Yashpal Singh Negi of Kakdagad (District Rudraprayag) has been running the Mandakini Magpie Bird Watchers Camp for quite some time now. His efforts towards ‘ecotourism’ were appreciated by many through this Blog. Another visit was made to his camp to inform him about this and also present […]

SAVE 40,000 TREES PER YEAR  The Department of Environment (Delhi Government), through an advertisement issued in public interest has given the following five bullets in order to save 40,000 trees per year. The emphasis is on saving paper, using it efficiently and recycling it in such a way so at to minimise the need to cut more […]

Even though the pride of Delhi – the elevated Metro tracks seem to find no takers. Earlier it was the Metro next to the Qutab Minar, now it is the elevated Metro line coming up in the residential areas of South Delhi that is being opposed. While the Qutab line (that would […]

Centre for Science & Environment (CSE) and Development & Research Organization for Nature, Arts & Heritage (DRONAH) invite all to attend a public meeting in Gurgaon to discuss approaches towards cleaning of rivers. The evening will also feature the release of CSE’s publication, ‘Sewage canal: How to clean the Yamuna’. This will […]

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