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49 thoughts on “Contact

  1. I am seeking the contact details of Govind Singh, founder member of Delhi Greens. I work with Ashoka’s Changemakers and we’d like you to enter your entry in our competition on geotourism. Thanks.

  2. Hi,

    Me and my friends would like to volunteer in the planting of trees programme. Are there any such programme happening on Earth Day or any other day.

    Please let me know.

    Thanks

  3. hi. i was looking for info on bird walks in lodi gardens(if such a walk does happen that is) to take my 12 year old this summer during school vacations. while searching google for info i came across your website. can u let me know if there is any such walk anywhere in delhi? also any heritage walk or interesting workshop for that age group. i can’t seem to find anything apart from intach’s 2 weekend walks that we’ve done before.
    many thanks. meanwhile, i’ve regd my email id for subscription to your digest.
    usha

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  4. Dear Ma’m,
    Have just mailed you the link and information about two popular groups in Delhi, that carry out the kind of walks you are interested to find out about.
    Thank you for subscribing to us!
    Regards,
    Govind

  5. Hi

    I would like to get involved with delhi geens and participate in its events.
    I am keen to know about
    and know how i can volunteer and help make the upcoming event a success.
    Thnx

  6. Hi

    I was going through the website
    I came across DYSoC 2008….sounds really very exciting.
    I am a 2nd year student at IIT Kharagpur and these days i am at my residence in Noida.
    please let me know if i could be of any help .

    Thnx

  7. Hi,

    I am in final year of environment engineering ,want to learn about designing of sewage treatment plant. Did you offer any such course in desingning of STP.
    please do reply.
    from Priya.

  8. hey ..actually i am a 16 year old student in 11th grade and have decided what to do . I want to become environment project manager or an environmental scientist. It is something i really want to do since i am very concerned and eager to learn more about the climate..global warming..
    I really need help/suggetions about this field . I need help for choosing which course and college is going to help and also about the post graduation. If I can start something now it will be really helpful ..such and volunteering..
    so i really need some advice..thanks!

  9. Hello I am a resident of AN block Shalimar Bagh Delhi. Here we have a beautiful park(SHIV VATIKA) with lots of fully grown treen and lot of other greenary. This park is the only source of fresh air for more than 3000 residents on both sides of the park. It is the morning destination for joggers ,children ,young old and ladies for yoga and exercise sessions.It is the place for regular community gatherings and everyday healthy chit chats and health camps.
    NOW the MCD has planned an underground multilevel parking here. They will destroy our green cover. Please help us save our green cover. Also visit and comment on our site
    http://www.shivvatika.blogspot.com

  10. Sir,
    I’m persuing my M.Sc.Biotechnology course in Academy of Management & Information Technology under utkal university.I want to do a project work in your esteemed organisation for six month.please guide me through my E-mail-ID.
    Your sincerely
    Jyotsnarani Ojha

  11. The Trees are being felled along the Ridge for the Metro Airport Line; please let me know the latest on this issue. The roads that run along the Ridge can be easily used for the Metro construction as was done on previous ocassions also. Please spare the Trees. The whole area has been reduced to a park by continous felling of Trees on one pretext or the other. Fresh clean air is much more essential than Transport!!

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  13. I am a Civil Engineer by profession and working in construction projects. I would like to shift into the areas of Green Buildings, Energy Efficient Buildings. I do not mind taking up Junior roles of research positions in these areas. Can you suggest me Institutions or Companies related to them.

  14. Govind, can u pls mail the contact details of some prominent persons who deal with the issue of clean yamuna. . . . ? people like Manoj Misra of Yamuna Jiye Abhiyan and all. . .have bee serching on the net.. can’t find. . will be thankful if u could. . .

  15. The situation is critical,air,water,food..has been poluted,destroyed rivers,forests.. but bilionns of hungers,deprived,We should hand over the situation to universities/students,no government,no election,no money,only world wide coordinations among universities.

  16. Hey! It’s great that you talk about eco-issues and the environment! Good to know that there’s someone out there who still cares about the Earth 🙂 We have started an initiative called the earthian, meant to teach school and college students about the above concepts at a young level. It will be great if we get your support/guidance. Here is the link to our site: http://p1n.in/erthn and Fb page: http://p1n.in/ertfb

  17. Greetings!
    I am writing to you to express my appreciation and  admiration for the blogs posted by your team on various dimensions of energy management. Being a communication professional and having served energy management specialist, I would like to explore an opportunity for contributing to the same and perhaps explore further professional perusals. I would like to put forth a request for you to share your contact coordinates for facilitating the same.
    Do let me know if you have any queries. Looking forward to hearing form you.

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  18. Hello

    I am a resident of G3/16, Malviya Nagar, Delhi. Here we have a beautiful park(Opp. Krishna Mandir). This park is the source of fresh air for more than 1000 residents on four sides of the park. It is the morning destination for joggers ,children ,young old and ladies for yoga and exercise sessions. NOW a days this park is being ignored by everyone, There is no RWA in the colony. Hense the park is destroying its greenry, tables and there is no maintenance at all. Please help us to save our green cover in the park. Also PLEASE visit and comment on our site. Once you visit on the park you will see the plant are very less, no cleaning in the park . Please HELP !

  19. hello
    i m from narela delhi and i want to know about free tree plantation campaign. i want to plant minimum 100 tree by school children in my town so help me .

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  21. Since the last 1 week full grown trees have been trimmed to the bark in my neighbourhood, i saved one last week but today morning was shattered to all branches of 2 more trees cut. Is there any organization / NGO that i take help of to reach out to who can help create awareness in my neighbourhood?

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  24. Hi

    I am interested working on tree planting drives and was looking for organization who have already initiated such drives. Could you please help with associations who are working on tree planting drives?

  25. Great opportunity for all environment lovers, We are conducting A Solar Training Workshop for the all Engineering Students of third year and fourth year. If you guys want to conduct this workshop & want to strengthen your knowledge, Kindly Inform to your TPO or HOD so that we can conduct in your institutions.

  26. hi ! me & my friends have a keen interest in become a member of delhi greens . we got to know about it through ht education times. kindly guide us the whole procedure of registration.

  27. I liked the blog. Being  a Founder of The Antipollutionist having an Environmental Engineer, Environmental Manager and Student of Environmental Law, I appreciate the blog. Good Work. Lets Network.

  28. Hi
    I want to be a part of plantation drive
    In our society having lot of space for tree plantation
    Can you help where to contact for providing tree
    Samples

  29. Greenlco Eco Foundation, International Day of Yoga-21st June 2015

    Greenlco Eco Foundation organized ‘YOG HAI TOH DUUR YOG HAI’ on the occasion of the International Day of Yoga on 21st June 2015 at District Park, Janak Puri. The one and a half hour long session was organized in collaboration with Janak Puri Club.

    Greenlco sensitizes people about environmental issues, offering solutions, motivating people to bring about a change in their lifestyles. Around 500 men women and children participated in yoga with a lot of enthusiasm. Mrs. Rajni Rattan, the yoga expert demonstrated asanas like Pranayam, Bhujang asana and Shalabh asana, explaining the benefits of each of them.

    Mr. Jagdish Mukhi, senior BJP Leader attended the programme, addressed the gathering, speaking about yoga as the way to healthy living. Mr. Om Prakash, the General Secretary of Janak Puri Club supported the endeavor by making people aware of the cause through advertising.

    “Being at Rajpath is not important”, said Mr. Kapil Kishore Saxena, Director of Greenlco Eco Foundation. “What is more important is that each of us have become a part of this histrionic moment as 177 countries around the world celebrate International Day of Yoga”, he added.

    It is indeed a moment of pride for all Indians as India paves the way for healthy, peaceful existence of mind, body and soul. The movement to unite people has already begun. With concerted efforts of organizations such as Greenlco, the country will definitely move towards sustainable development.

    Greenlco Eco Foundation

    Kapil Kishore Saxena
    Director
    01145028131

  30. hi,
    we are running a flower shop in south delhi, defense colony by the name of (link suppressed) . We are keep to put our efforts in your green initiate. Because we are into similar green business and know the importance of green life in our city.
    Please guide us to become a healthy member of your initiate.

  31. Nation First….

    Subject: An appeal for the immediate intervention of the Press of India for preventing irreparable damage to Yamuna River Ecosystem in Delhi, during recent festival by illegal immersion of ‘puja samgri’ by the devotes and failure of the government to prevent this illegal act.

    Ours is highly religious and spiritual country. In Delhi alone, it takes nearly 42000 Kg’s of flowers every day for people tomake their obeisance to Gods as well as to their dear departed ones. Along with the flowers come, the idols of deities, paper, plastic’s, coconut husks etc which are also immersed into our Rivers. The consequences are catastrophic, not only to the Rivers but also our entire Eco System. Environmental damage caused due to this is so high that the NGT Chairperson Hon’ble Justice Swatanter Kumar [on 13th January, 2015] had issued a JUDGMENT imposing a fine of Rs.5000/- on persons throwing Puja Items into YAMUNA River. The objective is to convert the River from Maily Yamuna to Nirmal Yamuna.
    In this context, we would like to bring to your kind attention that During 14th To 16th April 2016 on the occasion of Navratras around 70,000 people will put near about 7.50 lac kg of sacred material in the Yamuna River Delhi.
    The description of and the percentage of various materials that will be immersed in holy Yamuna river by the devotees, is given below:

    i) Semi fresh and decomposed flowers: 13 –15 %
    ii) Chunri’s, Books, Pictures, Idols, Images,Frames, Coconut Shells : 30 – 35 %
    iii) Plastics, [ Poly bags, ghee / oil containers, bottles, plastic idols etc.] 10 – 15 %
    iv) Agarbatti-Incense stics& other Packs with Deity Idols: 15 – 20 %
    v) Belongings of the Departed persons [ clothes, shoes, slippers, blankets.] : 10 – 15 %
    [ This has been assessed by our organization in past, by the segregation of the materials, collected by us for alternative disposal, as part of our project -PushpanjaliPravahKalash- see the attached information brochure]
    Thanking you,

    Yours sincerely
    Gopi Dutt Aakash
    Ph:- +91-9818592979 e- gopiduttakash@gmail.com

  32. Hi,

    I’m writting over here so readers of your blogs may take interest in it.

    Firstly I want to introduce myself. My name is Tulika Raj. Currently i’m working in an IT firm located in NCR. I’m married and a mother of 3 years old boy.

    My motto to write this is that, I’m concern about the loss happened by jungle fire in Uttarakhand.

    As summer vacation is about to start; most of us with family or friends spend few days on hill areas, mostly in Uttarakhand. If possible we can plan something so that we can put some effort and try to recovery the loss happened over there of plantation.

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  35. hello,
    I am a student of Environmental Planning and would like to volunteer for “giving message about pollution” because Diwali is coming ahead. Is there any event like this?

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  37. I live in Mohali Punjab. I have noticed that most of the trees planted in my city are non-native and highly prone to disease. My observation is roughly 10-15% of the large trees in the Chandigarh/Mohali area are either dead or in advanced stage of diseases. Another trend I have noticed in recent years that newer apartments, Schools etc are planting palm trees to keep their facade photogenic. Mohali has large open areas Apartment lots and School have plenty of open land yet we are
    Insistent on planting palm trees. I would like to know what are the trees native to this area and ecologically​ beneficial. Is there anyone or place that I can find answers? Is there any way to get in touch with padmawati dwivedi/pradip kishen or any other individual or organization which could guide me? I’m planning on planting Native trees in and around our new mosque coming up in Mohali I have also spoken to two churches coming up in the area about planting Native trees in in their premises and on the roads near them. Punjab horticulture department though friendly has no clue. Most trees in Mohali and Chandigarh have been concretized over the last 4 years in the zeal to cover mud footpaths with concrete. I expect thousands of trees to die in the coming years because not this.

  38. Hello, Govind sir,

    This is Shubham Ghule from Pune city, I want to know about your Delhi greens report to Times of India as dated 20th August 2013 that One Healthy tree worth Rs 24 lakh per year: Report, So how you make it or do you have done any research or something else. I want that documents cause of In Pune city there is construction is going on of Metro By cutting about 685 well-developed trees worth age of 50 years minimum. So we want to save them and we will need your help by this.

    So please share it with me then I can use it.
    You can share it on Email: shubham@deshpee.com

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