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Delhi Greens Announces Results of Photography and Essay Competition 2018

Delhi Greens Announces Results of Photography and Essay Competition 2018

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Delhi Greens had recently organised an Essay and Photography Competition along side the 4th Delhi Youth Summit on Climate Change (DYSoC 2018). The Results of this Competition have now been declared and are available below. Results of Essay Competition The First Prize goes to Chingkheinganbi L. for her Essay on I Am the Change. The Second Prize goes to Sakshi Antil for her Essay on the Delhi of My Dreams. No third prize is being given in the Essay category. Results of Photography Competition The First Prize goes to Niranta Angom Caption: A Wonderful Work of Nature. Human beings often forget that the very oxygen we breathe is derived from the greens and destroy Nature without giving a single thought. It is a moment of awe to see this amazing creation of Nature which ...
Govt of India Hosts Swacch-O-Vation Competition for Improving Sanitation

Govt of India Hosts Swacch-O-Vation Competition for Improving Sanitation

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The Swachh Bharat Mission (Grameen), Ministry of Drinking Water and Sanitation invites affordable, scalable and innovative solutions from technical institutions, academia, startup, the Government, NGO's/ CSOs and innovators on sanitation. Submissions can be technical or concerning other aspects of the programme, and can be submitted by officials, partner organisations, NGOs, technical institutions, academia, CSOs, the government, private sector or others. The competition will conclude at the Mahatma Gandhi International Sanitation (MGISC). MGISC will be a 4-day event that will bring together sanitation ministers and sector specialists from around the world. The Convention aims to share sanitation success stories and lessons from the participating countries, and will culminate on Oct...
Why Is MyGov.in Promoting Plastic Through Competitions?

Why Is MyGov.in Promoting Plastic Through Competitions?

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Screenshot from MyGov.in India was the global host of the World Environment Day celebrations this year. The theme of World Environment Day 2018 was Beat Plastic Pollution and the Ministry of Environment, Forest & Climate Change (MoEFCC) of the Government of India made every Indian and global citizen pledge that, "If you can't reuse it, refuse it." A global campaign was initiated to Beat Plastic Pollution and nations, companies and citizens came together to discard the use of plastics and shift to more sustainable and recyclable materials. The Delhi Greens Blog joined the Government is urging everyone to Beat Plastic Pollution even before Environment Day 2018. Now, however, the Government of India seems to have taken just the opposite stand. After spending its energy and financial...
German-Indian Ideas Competition on Waste Management

German-Indian Ideas Competition on Waste Management

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Shout out to those environmentalists with a scientific inclination; the initiative 'Germany - Land of Ideas' in association with the Federal Ministry of Education & Research is organizing a German-Indian ideas competition. This venture is part of their international campaign 'Shaping the Future – Building the City of Tomorrow', and the search is on for sustainable innovations that'll help solve the challenge of waste disposal in modern Indian cities. Titled From Waste To Resource – How Can We Turn Garbage Into Gold?, the contest opens on April 27th 2016, and the deadline for the same is June 10, 2016. All interested participants from India and Germany are invited to share their concepts for successful waste management so the ideas can be actualized. These ideas will first
Help UNFCCC Choose Climate Video Competition Winner

Help UNFCCC Choose Climate Video Competition Winner

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The United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) will be hosting the 21st UN Climate Change Conference of Parties (COP) in Paris in December this year. As the international community is gearing up to conclude a new, universal climate change agreement in December in France, the UNFCCC invites all global citizens to help decide which young video reporter will be on location to capture some of the most exciting moments of the Paris UN Climate Change Conference (COP 21). As part of the Global Youth Video Competition on Climate Change, young people from around the globe have been invited to share what they are doing to combat climate change, for example convincing their parents, school or college to take climate action, or taking part in a campaign. Two winners of the t...
MoEFCC Calls for Ideas, Designs, Paintings and Posters to Combat Desertification

MoEFCC Calls for Ideas, Designs, Paintings and Posters to Combat Desertification

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  The World Day to Combat Desertification (WDCD) is observed worldwide on 17 June every year since 1994. It is a unique occasion to remind everybody that desertification can be effectively tackled through strengthened community participation and co-operation at all levels. The World Day to Combat Desertification this year is being celebrated with the theme, "attainment of food security for all through sustainable food systems." The Ministry of Environment, Forest and Climate Change (MoEFCC), Government of India invites entries on the occasion of World Day to Combat Desertification to be celebrated on June 17, 2015 in New Delhi. The entries are invited in the form of: Innovative ideas for making India Land Degradation Neutral by 2030 (max 1000 words) Concept along with painting
Invite to UNEP & UNESCO Digital Poster-Making Competition

Invite to UNEP & UNESCO Digital Poster-Making Competition

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The United Nations Environment Programme, UNESCO and Samsung Engineering are teaming up to start a visual conversation in Asia and the Pacific around sustainable development – to engage young people in sustainable actions that results in positive environmental benefits in their local communities through art. To begin with, a digital poster-making competition that captures environmental issues and/or encourages sustainable action in areas such as energy, waste and water, has been envisioned. The purpose of the contest is to engage youth to share their story of how, in their own capacity, to address environmental issues in their communities or countries. The theme of the Digital Poster-making competition is: Sustainable action in areas such as energy, waste and water. There are two su
Painting Competition to Hunt for India’s Energy Efficiency Star

Painting Competition to Hunt for India’s Energy Efficiency Star

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As part of the National Awareness Campaign on Energy Conservation 2010, the Ministry of Power has announced a painting competition for school students at the State as well as National level. Inviting school children studying in 4th , 5th & 6th standard, the competition is a step towards generating awareness among the children on the need to conserve energy and will indirectly involve their parents. The competition is being held at the School, State and National Level and has cash prizes worth Rs 33,000 per State/UT. The themes for the painting competition include the following – 1) More stars, more savings, 2) Today’s energy wastage is tomorrow’s energy shortage and 3) Energy saved is future saved. At the state level, the participating schools' principals will select tw0 best pain
Wanted: A More Intelligent Green Design!

Wanted: A More Intelligent Green Design!

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Green Gadgets and Core77 invites all to generate outstanding design innovations for greener electronics. Designers are invited to explore the concept of "Greener Gadgets" to create the greenest blueprint solving issues behind energy, carbon footprint, health and toxicity, product lifestyle or social development. Challenge: All you need to do is – Make a short (maximum 200 words) description of  project separately and include text in the composition of images. Designs should seek to minimize the environmental impact of consumer electronic devices at any stage in the product lifecycle. Designers can focus on a particular area of human enterprise (learning, playing, communicating, etc.), or a particular context (work, home, school, etc.), a particular material, or a specific device. Areas

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