Ayushi Srivastava provides an interesting analysis of the various Postgraduate Courses on Environment being offered in the National Capital Territory of Delhi.
The power of the youth needs to be channelized through Environment education in order to ensure environmental protection and sustainable development.
Agriculture in India is amidst many a transition. Key aspects of the Green Revolution model are in crisis. There is an active debate on how to raise yields in dry land areas. Even more contested is the question of genetically modified organisms.
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It is that time of the year again! The University of Delhi invites everyone to the 54th Annual Flower Show of the University, which will be held on Friday, March 2, 2012 from 12:00 noon to 5:00 p.m.
Weekly environmental news roundup from across different media networks for week 06 (starting February 6, 2012) 2012.
May 22 is proclaimed as the International Day for Biological Diversity by the United Nations to generate awareness on biodiversity issues.
Have you ever touched the Yamuna? Have you ever entered the Ridge? On Earth Day 2011, Delhi Greens invites you to an interesting Urban Ecotourism Bus Tour and re-connect to the lifelines of Delhi. This Earth Day 2011, we all must take out time to say a BIG THANK YOU to Mother Earth and all that it provides to us without asking for anything in return.
Leading environmental and birding groups in Delhi invite all of you to join us for the BIG BIRD DAY 2011. On this day, different teams comprising birding enthusiasts will cover different parts of the Delhi city and around (and even other parts of the country), to inventorize a list of sighted birds.
A two days National Seminar on the topic “Media and The New World Order” was organized on 4 & 5 February 2011 by the University of Delhi in its North campus situated Conference Center. The seminar was aimed at highlighting the work done by various research and academic institutes in […]
The University of Delhi hosted its first public lecture of 2011 today, on ‘The Politics of Nature: East- West Perspective in the Viceregal Lodge of the University. The event was marked by the presence of Vice-Chancellor Prof. Dinesh Singh and Director of the Centre for Science and Environment (CSE) Dr. […]
The VC showed exceptional leadership in motivating the youth by initiating the cleanliness drive himself by picking up litter.