The Webinar will also discuss about the gear, how to use a DSLR, processing images and taking photos with an iPhone, etc.
The National Seminar was organised on 22 May 2019 and celebrated the Biodiversity Day with interactive discussions with students and scholars.
A company recently carried out an analysis of the IUCN database to find out the countries with highest number of endangered species in them.
Delhi Greens catches up with Environmental Professional Dr. Satya Prakash Mehra, who is presently based in Bharatpur district of Rajasthan.
A new addition to this list has come with the official declaration of the Singphan Wildlife Sanctuary as the Singphan Elephant Reserve
Miranda House, University of Delhi organised a Day Long Conclave on the theme Biodiversity for Everyone’s Life on 31 August 2018.
Dr. Harsh Vardhan also emphasized that modern technology must be used to counter poachers and wildlife crimes.
Coinciding with the Wildlife Week, the theme of the Global Wildlife Programme Conference is People’s Participation in Wildlife Conservation.
Negligence towards urban ecosystems in the context of Delhi also has a negative impact on the status of these wetlands.
The statement is released in the backdrop of new reports of the Ministry having given permission to kill nilgai (blue cow) asvermin’ in the state of Bihar.
Management of wildlife areas and combating illegal trade of wildlife and their derivatives will also benefit from this development.
Environment Minister Prakash Javadekar disposes off confiscated Wild Life Articles during the 0World Environment Day celebration in Mumbai on June 05, 2016.