Travel Writer and Photographer Ajay Jain invites you to Julley (pronounced Ju-l-ay), a photographic perspective from Ladakh and other Himalayan regions. Julley is a cheerful expression of greeting in Ladakh, and the collection of pictures try to capture just this spirit of the region's people, culture and landscapes. On display for the first time are also wall sized prints of 4' x 3', going down to 10" x 12", as well as some on canvas to give a feel of a painting. All very attractively priced. Date: November 19-21, 2008 Time: 10:00 am - 10:00 pm (till 8:00 pm on the last day) Venue: Convention / Auditorium Foyer, India Habitat Centre, Lodi Road, New Delhi Fore more information, please contact: Mobile: +91.99100 44476 Email: email@example.com
The Indian chapter of The Climate Project - an international organization of 2500 people who were personally trained by Nobel Laureate Al Gore to spread the message of climate change through in-depth, clear and factual messaging invites the Delhi Press/Journalist community to a special presentation for media about India's climate change situation. During this global meltdown a clear connection between what needs to be done to save the planet and how we can resurrect our economy is now visible. A Presentation about India's climate change story (Followed by lunch and a Q&A Session) Date: Saturday, 22nd November 2008 Time: 12.00 PM Venue: The Press Club of India, #1Raisina Road, New Delhi - 110001 As a main partner NGO to Live Earth, The Climate Project - India (TCP-I) sees th
India Habitat Center and the National Geographic Channel present an interesting platform for motivated agents of change. Taglined 'U can either WAIT for the Change or Be The Change', IHC calls for enteries for an essay competition on the topic: India's Youth Energy - Power and Potential - Your Vision Grand Prize: Fully funded Summer programme at Cambridge University U.K. Other finalist get to intern with National Geographic Channel and other reputed organisations and NGOs Eligibility: Under-graduate students only. Click here for further information. Interested individuals should send a 1500-2000 word essay on the above mentioned topic to firstname.lastname@example.org latest by December 15th, 2008.
Khoj Foundation cordially invites all for a play performance - Humein Naaz Hai (Khoj Foundation and Jamghat Production). Started as a project to teach non-formal education to street kids roaming around in the South Delhi locations around R.K. Puram Area, the event is being celebrated as an "Annual Day" function, with the Khoj kids, their parents and the volunteers. Date: 9th November, 2008 (Sunday) Time: 6.30 PM Venue: Stein Auditorium, India Habitat Center The play is a satire on the lopsided development happening in the country. It is based on prominent insights exhibiting the lives of people on the streets and their struggles. Entry is Free!
Oxfam India calls for Canvas for Climate Change - an event aimed at spreading awareness about the impact of climate change on the average person, especially on poor people in the rural and urban areas. You Music and Art for Climate Change, will see painters and sculptors spread the message through art, while Gautam Ghosh and his band will say it through music. Date: 9th November, 2008 (Sunday) Time: 1.00 - 5.00 PM Venue: Ansal Plaza, Khel Gaon, New Delhi Some well known painters like Shafi Quereshi, Joyattam Dutta Roy, Sanjay Soni etc. and sculptors like Mir Imtiaz are joining hands to be part of the activities. The paintings on the canvas will be about ordinary people, how they are affected and what they are doing to deal with this.
In keeping with its DSDS tradition, The Energy & Resources Institute (TERI) will be hosting the next Delhi Sustainable Development Summit from 5th to 7th February, 2009 in New Delhi. The summit in 2009 would seek to reinforce the climate change agenda of the previous year. Based on the theme ‘Towards Copenhagen: an equitable and ethical approach’, DSDS 2009 will aim to arrive at a global consensus on climate change beyond 2012. Industry leaders, opinion makers, and climate change experts will gather to create a uniform level of understanding among all stakeholders and formulate meaningful policy options for constructive dialogue on climate change and try to arrive at an agreement. Click here for more information on the DSDS 2009 website. Previously on Delhi Greens: Delhi S
"Lions of India" The School of Environmental Studies, University of Delhi cordially invites all to a public lecture by Dr. Divyabhanusinh on "Lions of India". Date: 3rd November 2008 (Monday) Time: 4:00 pm Venue: The Auditorium, School of Environmental Studies (SES), North Campus, University of Delhi, (Opposite Physics Dept.) For over a century, the only wild lions in Asia have been in the Gir Forest, Gujarat. The story of their extinction across much of north and central India and their survival in this tract mainly due to protection by the rulers of Junagadh is of continuing relevance for its conservation today. The story of the lion brings together symbol and history, folklore and ecology and requires a synthetic and holistic view of its past. It s also critical to knowing why es...
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The YP Foundation presents: The Butterfly Project Film Series 2008 – 'Breaking Stereotypes' - A festival that showcases amateur and professional filmmakers. A two day national film festival that questions boundaries. The ones we need versus the ones we create for ourselves. Featuring films, photography, art and discussions on gender, identity, sexuality, ethnicity, social taboos, stigmas and typecasting the arts. Date: November 1st & 2nd 2008, Time: 7.00 – 10.00pm Venue: Amphitheatre, India Habitat Centre, New Delhi Download Screening Scehdule Supported By: India Habitat Centre, PSBT, Kriti Film Club Print Partner: Tehelka Online Partner: Delhi Events.Com For more information, contact: 9891017438/ 9818011865/ email@example.com
SAYEN, the South Asia Youth Environment Network, supported by UNEP Asia and the Pacific announces a national photography competition for youth in India on the theme of "Sustainable Development: A Youth Perspective". Youth between the age group of 15 to 24 years can apply for the Competition. Click Here to Download the NPC Registration Form. Click on the thumbnail to read the Rules & Regulations. Last Date: 30th October, 2008!