Delhi Greens invites citizens from across India to participate in DYSoC 2018 Photography and Essay Competition.
The Chief Minister of Delhi Arvind Kejriwal has urged the citizens to plant trees. This is as part of a Mega Plantation Drive initiated by the Delhi Government. The objective of the Plantation Drive is to make Delhi green and pollution free. More than 5 lakh saplings are being planted […]
Delhi’s own Chipko movement took place in order to spread awareness and protest against Government’s decision to chop down 14,031 trees.
In a bizarre press release, the Ministry of Housing & Urban Affairs has agreed that it will be cutting 14,031 trees in Sarojini Nagar.
Of the many things Delhi is famous for, the most spacious are its Government colonies located in New Delhi.
5 June is celebrated as the World Environment Day since 1972. It marks the day when the United Nations Conference on the Human Environment (or the Stockholm Conference) convened with participation from 113 nations. This further led to the setting up of the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP).
Not many would know that Shimla derives its name from Shimlah or Shumlah, a middle-sized village around which the city developed and which was famous for a Fakir who used to give water to travellers. The Shimla of today is urging travellers to not come to their city and to not drink their water.
MoEFCC, under its National Museum of Natural History invites entries for Painting Competition, Slogan Writing Competition and Poster Making.
The Ministry of Environment, Forest and Climate Change (MoEFCC) has launched a two week-long Clean Air Campaign in Delhi. The Campaign started on 10 February 2018 and is presently ongoing.
Earthwatch Institute India is seeking a Communication Professional (as consultant on freelance basis).
The Air Quality Index of Delhi has also come down from Very Unhealthy (Red) to Unhealthy for Sensitive Groups (Orange), as markets remained shut for two days in Delhi.
Here are six websites you can use to find out the air quality index (AQI) around you and take preventive steps to protect yourself.