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The otherwise sleepy Dilli Haat, Janakpuri came alive on June 5th, World Environment Day with ECORUN, a movement to create awareness about air pollution. Organized by Greenlco Eco Foundation, the ECORUN campaign was flagged off from Dilli Haat Janakpuri by Mr. Rajesh Rishi (MLA from Janapuri, New Delhi). Around 300 people participated in the. 3.5 km run.

The ECORUN was followed by painting/ poster competitions for children of all ages on the topic of environment and air pollution. Approximately 250 children participated and expressed themselves, making use of flamboyant colours. Other events included Snakes and Ladders, a campaign to save the Yamuna called Hamaari Yamuna – (Lifeline Delhi Ki), launching of a Made in India LED Bulb and a similar campaign to promote the use of LEDs in India.

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The otherwise sleepy Dilli Haat, Janakpuri came alive on June 5th, World Environment Day with ECORUN, a movement to create awareness about air pollution. Organized by Greenlco Eco Foundation, the ECORUN campaign was flagged off from Dilli Haat Janakpuri by Mr. Rajesh Rishi (MLA from Janapuri, New Delhi). Around...
<img class="alignnone size-full wp-image-8434" src="http://delhigreens.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/06/world-environment-day-at-dilli-haat-janakpuri.jpg" alt="world-environment-day-at-dilli-haat-janakpuri" width="640" height="484" /> The otherwise sleepy Dilli Haat, Janakpuri came alive on June 5th, World Environment Day with ECORUN, a movement to create awareness about air pollution. Organized by Greenlco Eco Foundation, the ECORUN campaign was flagged off from Dilli Haat Janakpuri by Mr. Rajesh Rishi (MLA from Janapuri, New Delhi). Around 300 people participated in the. 3.5 km run. The ECORUN was followed by painting/ poster competitions for children of all ages on the topic of environment and air pollution. Approximately 250 children participated and expressed themselves, making use of flamboyant colours. Other events included Snakes and Ladders, a campaign to save the Yamuna called <em>Hamaari Yamuna - (Lifeline Delhi Ki)</em>, launching of a Made in India LED Bulb and a similar campaign to promote the use of LEDs in India.

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