Once upon a time, the cheetah (Acinonyx jubatus)–the fastest land animal on the planet and a flagship species of the deciduous dryland/grassland ecosystem–roamed the Indian sub-continent in several thousands. The Asiatic Cheetah (a different sub species from its African cousin) was also known as the hunting leopard, and were kept by […]
Toxics Link’s Environment & Health Public Lecture Series Traditional Water Systems of Delhi – New Challenges “A little water is a sea to an ant.” An ecosystem is made up of many small parts, which could be erroneously thought of as insignificant. Within the intersection of mega scale urban planning […]
The Monsoon this year has been prolonged and undoubtedly it provides an interesting platform to comprehend the way we interact and associate with environment and seasonal change, how our lifestyles revolve around seasons and how certain patterns of climatic culture evolve over a period of time.
The Department of Environment (DoE), Govt. of Delhi will be organizing the 8th Vacation Programme on Environment Resources (VEPR) for Eco-Club students, in association with Aravali Foundation for Education, with the objective to expose the students to various environmental issues. The Eco-Clubs Programme of the DoE is part of the […]