Setting up of a system for certification of air quality emission monitoring instruments was also discussed in the meeting.
Over 1000 employees of Cargill made paper bags from old magazines and newspapers in order to reduce the use of plastic bags in the region.
Delhi’s own Chipko movement took place in order to spread awareness and protest against Government’s decision to chop down 14,031 trees.
In a bizarre press release, the Ministry of Housing & Urban Affairs has agreed that it will be cutting 14,031 trees in Sarojini Nagar.
The targeted commercial buildings in the first phase of this plan include Airports, Hotels, Shopping Malls and most Government buildings.
Various Eco-friendly measures are being taken up by religious institutions to help India become cleaner and more sustainable.
Of the many things Delhi is famous for, the most spacious are its Government colonies located in New Delhi.
5th June is celebrated as World Environment Day across the world. The theme for World Environment Day this year is Beat Plastic Pollution. On World Environment Day, Delhi Greens shares with you top five ways how you can Beat Plastic Pollution.
Environment Minister Dr. Harsh Vardhan addressing at the inauguration of the ENVITHON (Mini-Marathon) as part of the World Environment Day celebrations in New Delhi on June 03, 2018. The event was joined by a gathering of more than 10,000 school children from nearly 200 schools of Delhi NCR.
5 June is celebrated as the World Environment Day since 1972. It marks the day when the United Nations Conference on the Human Environment (or the Stockholm Conference) convened with participation from 113 nations. This further led to the setting up of the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP).
The Minister of State for Housing and Urban Affairs (I/C) Shri Hardeep Singh Puri addressing the session on ‘The Knowledge Coalition-Intelligent Conversations’ as the part of the World Environment Day celebrations in New Delhi on June 3, 2018.
The Workshop was followed by the Taj Declaration to Beat Plastic Pollution and pledge was taken to make areas around the Taj Mahal free from litter. It was also decided to take immediate steps to reduce single-use plastic around the Taj Mahal.