Environment Minister Shri Prakash Javadekar participating in a training session on Yoga ahead of the Celebration of International Yoga Day to be celebrated on 21st June.
Minister for Water Resources, River Development and Ganga Rejuvenation, Sushri Uma Bharti lighting the lamp to launch the Jal Kranti Abhiyaan in Jaipur on June 05, 2015.
Here are highlights from the Environment Minister’s recently made presentation to highlight the achievements of the Government of India in protecting the environment and wildlife of India.
The President of India recently inaugurated the first ever Sewage Treatment Plant in the President’s Estate, enabling the latter to meet 80% of its water requirements for horticulture through recycled waste water.
A rally of electric and hybrid vehicles of all categories was flagged off jointly by the Minister of Heavy Industries and Public Enterprises and Environment Minister on Environment Day 2015.
On the occasion of World Environment Day 2015, the Union Minister for Science & Technology and Earth Sciences Dr. Harsh Vardhan has called for the creation of a culture of responsible consumerism.
The Indian Railways will not spend a penny more on the energy bill of ₹30,000 crores incurred during the last financial year, despite increasing freight and passenger traffic!
The Khadi Gramodyog Bhavan, KVIC launched a five day long Exhibition showcasing green stationery items of handmade paper to commemorate the World Environment Day!
The Indian Navy celebrated the World Environment Day in style and adopted several green initiatives under the guidance of Admiral R.K. Dhowan, Chief of the Naval Staff.
The Maurice Nagar Police Station became the first police station in the country to have environmental friendly bio-toilets, a pioneering green initiative taken on this World Environment Day.
If there is something that Chandigarh has that Delhi has always wanted, it is the waste marvel Rock Garden, a garden decorated entirely from waste material.