- Wednesday, July 8, 2009, 0:00
- Green News
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A tree hangs not knowing where to go (and neither able to): an art piece from the 48c Public.Art.Ecology Festival
The summer this year has been unusually--yet predictably--very hot. Hotter than previous Delhi summers in ways more than one: with not just a peak daily hot session but the high ... Full story
- Wednesday, January 7, 2009, 13:37
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I talked about IPCC
's contribution in converting the fear of failure of cities as a ‘some day not now’ phenomenon into a right here right now reality. What does this reality look like for our city of Delhi, no doubt a mega city.
Delhi NCR region generates solid waste to the tune of 45,393 tonnes per year. Air pollution levels while are within limits now, are ... Full story
- Tuesday, January 6, 2009, 1:53
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"To 100 different people a small little thing appears different. Well that’s diversity of human perception."
Being free in winter vacations, I thought of volunteering for 48°C – ‘Delhi’s First Public Art Ecology Festival’ (of which Delhi Greens was a partner) and had varied experiences which I penned down to share it here on the blog.
So ... Full story
- Thursday, January 1, 2009, 8:41
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Delhi's Last Two Vultures at the National Museum of Natural History
Wish you all a Happy 'Green and Blue' New Year. Why focus on an environment friendly new year or specifically, what are we dealing with when we talk of climate change? At a very basic level it is ‘Fear ... Full story
- Saturday, December 20, 2008, 10:08
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We invite you for a talk on the Yamuna In Delhi by Vikram Soni, today (20 December, 2008) at 4 pm at Kashmere Gate.
Date: December 20th, 2008
Time: 4 - 5 pm
Venue: Kashmere Gate - the monument at Kashmere Gate
Vikram Soni will be talking about the (economic) importance of river Yamuna's floodplains ... Full story
- Friday, December 19, 2008, 8:23
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48c Public.Art.Ecology: Public Eco.Art in Delhi City
48c Public.Art.Ecology is a city wide festival wherein some 24 art projects themed on ecology have been installed in some 8 public spaces in the city.
The festival has been on since December 12th and was launched by the Lt. Governor of Delhi at Max Mueller Bhawan.
So far, thousands of citizens have been to the sites, experienced the ... Full story
- Thursday, December 18, 2008, 13:55
- Carousel, Events
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All of you are invited to a Public Talk by Wildlife Biologist Faiyaz A. Khudsar (Park Manager, Yamuna Biodiversity Park) on "Parks and Urban Biodiversity" (with special emphasis on Delhi).
The greens need their space, and that is why we gather to discuss the hows and whys.
Date: 19th December, ... Full story
- Wednesday, December 17, 2008, 21:35
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The Vulture Readings: Interaction and Reflections on Ecology and Extinctions.
"It is true, we all seem to be going somewhere. Very fast, and quick. The question is where? All around us, there are extinctions, as things get blurred and we cannot see what we step on, all sacrificed for the sake of the journey. But where ... Full story
- Wednesday, December 17, 2008, 13:14
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The public art ecology related ‘conversations’ at the 48c Public.Art.Ecology
Festival, of various artists, architects, art critiques, curators of museums and others was an amazing experience. I will highly recommend that you participate in what ever way you can in this public art festival celebrating the city of Delhi. The convergence of each and every one on ‘actions that would make a difference’ ... Full story
- Wednesday, December 17, 2008, 12:48
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Toxics Link and India International Centre (IIC) invite all to the "Quotes from the Earth", a biannual environmental film festival.
The festival, held since 2004, would showcase 20 exemplary works on celluloid, by some of country’s most renowned environmental filmmakers, that portray the global struggle against climate change, hunger, unclean water, polluted urban scapes and difficult survival.
Categorized under 5 subheads namely Climate change and Energy Efficiency, ... Full story