DGB Intern Utkarsh Chawla highlights the need for public involvement in solving the climate crisis through developing a much more intensive participatory model.
The World Day to Combat Desertification was recently observed on 17th June. The day is being celebrated every year since 1995 to promote public awareness relating to international cooperation to combat desertification and the effects of drought. The present decade is also being marked as the UN Decade for Deserts […]
The Honorable National Green Tribunal today stayed the felling of over 3,000 trees in Delhi which were to be cut for giving way to an elevated corridor.
Charity, they say, begins at home. So does good greening! Trees outside the National Green Tribunal were deconcretized today, ahead of the next hearing on the deconcretisation of Delhi trees case (to be held on 12th July 2013). Delhi Greens has been actively supporting the campaign against deconcretisation of Delhi […]
Delhi Greens Salutes the brave soldiers, para-military forces, NDRF personnel, locals and everyone else who is risking their lives to carry out rescue and relief operations in Uttarakhand. The nation will never forget their brave response.
Watch that drop now! Water has always been known as the source of all life. However, polluted water in the supply has now started killing citizens in the National Capital Territory of Delhi. The NCERT campus in South Delhi was recently hit with such an episode where scores of people […]
The National Institute of Disaster Management (NIDM) of the Ministry of Home Affairs, Government of India invites applications for the following posts purely on contractual basis: One Post of Senior Consultant (Hydro-meteorology): Pay Rs. 70,000/- pm plus + Rs. 8,000/-pm conveyance One Post of Consultant (Meteorology): Pay Rs. 50,000/- pm […]
Ever wondered why Gods chose the remote and impassable Himalayas as their abode for us to visit? Why couldn’t ‘they’ have located themselves at the now Metro ride away Kashmere Gate or the then barren, uninhabited and higher Delhi Ridge? Surely that would have saved a lot of energy and resources and would have avoided tragic disasters like the one we are presently witnessing. Why then did the omnipotent and omniscient Gods chose invincible places like Kedarnath, Badrinath and Hemkunt Sahib as their abodes? The answer lies in the awe-inspiring and mighty Himalayas and the understanding and manifestation of God through this power of Nature.
Weekly environmental news roundup from across different media networks for Week 25 (starting June 17) 2013.
Ayushi Srivastava provides an interesting analysis of the various Postgraduate Courses on Environment being offered in the National Capital Territory of Delhi.
The Oceanic Group invites all citizens to a Seminar and Panel Discussion on River Rejuvenation & Sustainable Development: Vision 2030.
It is a well known fact that Nature knows how to maintain its balance even though the human race continues to believe it can overpower and destroy it. Sadhus like Nigmanandji have given up their life protesting against sand mafia, but no one cared about them or the issues plaguing River Ganga. Now, the river has made its own way.