Are the authorities themselves listening? Trees are a symbol of healthy ecosystem and the presence of large number of trees in any locality, town, district or city is an indicator of good health and prosperity. The Constitution of India provides for the Right to Life, which has also come to […]
Delhi Greens wishes every Indian anywhere on the face of the Planet, a very Happy and proud Independence Day!
He who has health, has hope; and he who has hope, has everything. – Thomas Carlyle In my previous article on this topic, I highlighted an aspects of urban lifestyle which is proving a menace to the society. Long working hours, eating processed junk food and no physical work is […]
Delhi generates approximately 7,000 metric tonnes of waste out every day out of which 70 tonnes/day is biomedical waste. Only about 10.125 tonnes/day of biomedical waste gets properly treated in Delhi.
Weekly environmental news roundup from across different media networks for Week 32 (starting August 5) 2013
The most characteristic feature of the Loktak Lake is the presence of floating islands, which actually float in the lake!
Pruning is the process of selective removal of parts of plants like buds, branches or roots. There are many reasons to it including deadwood removal, shaping, improving or maintaining their health, preparing nursery specimens for transplanting and increasing yields or quality of flowers and fruits.
Weekly environmental news roundup from across different media networks for Week 31 (starting July 29) 2013
Realising the increasing customer preference for green hotels, several hotel chains across Indonesia have started to invest in obtaining green certification and in reducing their carbon footprint.
The Nehru Memorial Museum and Library invites all interested to a Public Lecture in the ‘Science, Society and Nature’ series on ‘Rescuing Nature from Growth and Equity’.
Delhi Greens, in collaboration with Miranda House and with support from dataserv APAC invite the youth of Delhi and India to the 3rd Delhi Youth Summit on Climate Change (DYSoC 2013).
The move is anticipated to protect the endangered wildlife species and discourage their exploitation by any means.