Each and every citizen of Delhi, who cares for his or her family members must become an Eco Warrior for saving Delhi this Environment Day 2015.
While the climate has been changing since the emergence of Planet Earth in the solar system, human activities in recent times have accelerated the pace of this change. It is now common knowledge that the concentration of carbon dioxide, a significant greenhouse gas (GHG), has consistently increased since the industrial revolution.
The present century is witnessing a global urban transformation, which is rapidly ongoing. Urban centers became the drivers of economic growth in the post-industrial world. The economies of scale worked with large populations inviting synergy which has and continues to facilitate the urban growth process.
In what may well prove to be a deal-breaker towards more meaningful climate negotiations, the Government of the United States of America has ‘scientifically’ conceded that climate change is happening and happening right now and that every American is affected by it.
This Diwali, don’t just think of those asthma affected, sick and ailing patients but also think of the health and well being of yourself and your family. Here’s wishing everyone a very sensible, thoughtful and safe Diwali.
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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.
Not only does Delhi gulp down every single drop of water in River Yamuna, it even sends out requests to Haryana to release more water in April-May.
The daily mean concentration of CO2 in the atmosphere has now surpassed 400 ppm for the first time since measurements began in 1958.
The burning of small heaps of leaves in different parts of Delhi is leading to air pollution, health problems and even the threat of fire hazards
Whatever be our mode of protest, and no matter how busy we all may well be, the call for action for cleaning River Yamuna has been made. We can either join the protests now when we can, or wait a little longer until when we will be made to.