Ehretia is not an avenue tree in Delhi but careful planting of this species will be a boon to birds, not to mention the birdwatchers.
To highlight the importance of wetlands for urban sustainability, YBP organises a gathering of citizens and experts on every Wetlands Day.
Ahead of Wetlands Day 2019, Delhi Greens has released an Info-Brochure generating awareness about the role of wetlands in our lives.
Miranda House, University of Delhi organised a Day Long Conclave on the theme Biodiversity for Everyone’s Life on 31 August 2018.
Negligence towards urban ecosystems in the context of Delhi also has a negative impact on the status of these wetlands.
Recently Tughlaqabad District Park has been notified as a Biodiversity Park by DDA on the direction of Hon’ble High Court of Delhi.
Delhi Greens wishes everyone a Happy and Thoughtful International Day for Biological Diversity. The Theme for the International Day for Biodiversity 2015 is Biodiversity for Sustainable Development.
The Yamuna Biodiversity Park invites the citizens of Delhi for celebrating the World Wetlands Day by coming together for a discussion on the importance of wetlands and the need for their conservation.
Jincy Joy of Delhi Greens catches up with Nikhil Devasar of the Delhi Bird Network a day before the Big Bird Day! “Come out everyone. Join us. Lets bird watch.”, Nikhil invites everyone to participate in all the action!
The Common Palm Civet is a rare animal which is listed in Schedule II part II of the Indian Wildlife (Protection) Act, 1972.