Centre for Science and Environment’s (CSE’s) Environment Education Unit (EEU) conducts two-day training programmes for teachers, educators, development workers and people interested in environment education. Participants are guided through the different modules of the Gobar Times Green Schools Programme (GTGSP), and trained on how they can implement the programme in their schools with the help of students. The training also includes interactive sessions and film presentations. The training programme would include activities and discussions on following issues: Water conservation, Rain water harvesting, Sanitation, Water recycle/reuse, Air Pollution, Commuting practices, Oxygen balance, Ventilation, Green Area, Biodiversity, Pesticide use, Afforestation, Energy conservation, Clean
The Center for Science & Environment (CSE) is looking for School/College Students who wish to volunteer or do a Summer Internship with its various wings. Those interested or wanting to know more about this should immediately get in touch at the below-mentioned contact info. Seats are limited so apply asap. The student volunteers would get a chance to understand a bit more about environment and contribute further to the very important cause of environment awareness by working with CSE . An honorarium of Rs. 100/- per day would also be given to student volunteers. Contact: Ramachandran at: email@example.com, 98106 41996.
Opportunity for learning and carrying out research for dissertation and detailed project work at grassroots level under guidance from project implementing organisations under Network of Environment NGOs. (Supported by Delhi Greens) 1. The Vigyan Vijay Foundation (Er. Ajit Seshadri) 2. Parkash Environmental Group (Mr. O.P. Singh) 3. Indian Pollution Control Association (Mr. Ashish Jain) Projects covered come under different environmental categories with specific reference to under mentioned concepts and inferences: 1. Solutions for storm-water drainage with rain water harvesting for storage and re-use and also for recharge to ground water at site. 2. Youth volunteers to work on spreading Eco-Water Literacy for conservation and optimize available water supply. 3. Waste water from urba
Swechha - a Delhi based NGO calls for applications from interested people who wish to join people from all over the world to live a myriad of experiences and colours along the banks of the ancient, holy and mystical River Yamuna! Take the Epic Journey of Self Discovery and Adventure and Let the River tell Her StoryThe Yamuna Yatra is a 12-day journey along the banks of the River Yamuna, exploring the ecological, social, cultural, mystical, spiritual and political facets of the river. The Yamuna Yatra is an innovative way of learning, sharing, reflecting, and acting for change besides being an opportunity to soak in the breathtaking beauty of the Majestic Himalayas. The Yatra is also an opportunity for participants to strategize solutions and collaborate and work with individuals from div
The YP Foundation (formerly the Youth Parliament) is a not-for-profit, non political, support and learning organisation committed to developing the uninhibited expression of young people, and working with the aim of sustaining a platform that enables young people to be effective and expressive agents of change. The YP Foundation is currently expanding the work it is doing with film and is looking for people (in Delhi) who would like to volunteer with its Butterfly project. The Butterfly Project - Working with Film The Butterfly Project is a project run by The YP Foundation that provides young people with spaces that explore resources and innovative avenues with literature and film. The project is based on the distinct philosophy of The Butterfly Effect - that sometimes - unexpected chang
The Center for Science and Environment (CSE) is initiating a process where students in various districts and across universities participate in monitoring the development effectiveness of the National Rural Employment Guarantee Act (NREGA) through an extensive survey. CSE, along with university teachers and experts in relevant fields, will train students in the evaluation process. The survey results will be used for public dissemination to do policy advocacy. The monitoring will involve 10 states, 10 districts, 20 development blocks and 160 villages. Key objectives of the initiative: To monitor the productive asset creation/development works under NREGA to assess how it is being used for economic change To do the monitoring through the engagement of universities based in th...