- Wednesday, July 8, 2009, 0:00
- Green News
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A tree hangs not knowing where to go (and neither able to): an art piece from the 48c Public.Art.Ecology Festival
The summer this year has been unusually--yet predictably--very hot. Hotter than previous Delhi summers in ways more than one: with not just a peak daily hot session but the high ... Full story
- Wednesday, July 1, 2009, 12:26
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An earlier blog post
dealt with the concept of garbage. The term is a function and reality of man-made systems. The word has existed since the very beginning and is also part of cultural history. The post referred to the term garbage as waste generated from the use ... Full story
- Friday, June 26, 2009, 17:14
- Green News
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If the Swiff adventurer Dr. Bertrand Piccard, who made history in 1999 by circling the globe non-stop in a balloon, has his way, you would be flying around the Planet without bothering about fuel (as you know it) or living with the guilt of the large amounts of carbon emissions that are a consequence of your every single air-borne trip.
Presenting Solar Impulse: the light weight solar aircraft ... Full story
- Friday, June 26, 2009, 16:13
- Green News
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CMS VATAVARAN, the Environment and Wildlife Film Festival from India that has made a global impact calls for film submissions for its 5th Film Festival.
Prize winnging selected films will be screened from scheduled from October 27-31, 2009 at the India Habitat Centre, New Delhi.
The theme for 2009 festival is "Climate Change and Sustainable Technologies", a ... Full story
- Wednesday, June 24, 2009, 15:38
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The Western Yamuna Canal Overlooking the Delhi Metro: If you thought the Indian Railways track was the world's longest public toilet, wait till you visit this.
Cleaning the Yamuna needs a plan that ensures that waste water generated in the city does not reach back into the river untreated. The technology needed to ... Full story
- Monday, June 22, 2009, 0:14
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How do you see development? How can you portrait the human face of the development processes? How do you show that development initiatives and programmes improve the lives of people?
The Global Photography Campaign on Humanizing Development launched on 1 June 2009 aims to promote and showcase visual examples of people winning the battle against poverty, social ... Full story
- Sunday, June 21, 2009, 21:03
- Green Lens
- 3,101 views
The Endangered Sea Turtle is made of 800 children and several colors of Earth.
It is crying tears made of pop bottles.
The above is an amazing Sky Art by Daniel Dancer a conceptual aerial artist and our good friend from Oregon, US. Daniel runs the Arts For The Sky
Project making giant living ... Full story
- Sunday, June 21, 2009, 20:14
- Events, Green Jobs
- 2,111 views
Development Alternatives, a non-profit organisation established in 1983 creating large scale sustainable livelihoods is organising a Capacity Building Series (2008- 09) for Green Buildings: Designing a Sustainable Future
Globally, around 40 % of virgin materials and energy and 16 % of the annually available fresh water are consumed by the construction sector. The construction and operation ... Full story
- Sunday, June 21, 2009, 19:53
- Green News
- 2,143 views
- a European scientific project of the IDC
and supported by the European Commission's 6th framework programme on "Networking on conservation and use of plant genetic resources in Europe and Asia" has just released the diverseeds documentary film!
The 50 mins documentary film shows the importance of agricultural biodiversity for food and agriculture, with astonishing ... Full story
- Sunday, June 21, 2009, 17:26
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The 3rd Renewable Energy India 2009 Expo--South Asia’s largest event on Clean 'n' Green Energy will be held at Pragati Maidan, New Delhi from 10-12th August 2009. The Expo will provide an invaluable opportunity for delegates to witness the latest technological trends and developments in the global renewable energy industry.
10-12 August 2009 at Pragati Maidan, New ... Full story