Earth To Paris—Le Hub will provide the opportunity for cross-sector, solutions-oriented engagement in climate change conversations around COP21
The festival is proposed as an event, which goes beyond viewing films.
Delhi Greens wishes all its readers and subscribes a very Happy and Green Earth Day 2011. With environmental problems increasing by the day, and the challenge to ensure a pathway to sustainable development getting more complex, the need for taking local actions is now of utmost importance.
So let us not do this only during the Earth Hour, but let us all take a pledge to save energy as and when we can.
A Veterinarian at Tri-State Bird Rescue examines a brown pelican as response work to the Gulf of Mexico episode. Image © BP p.l.c. “Aaww…it hurts!!”…that’s what I thought the earth would say to the entire disturbing phenomenon happening on it. Recently breaking news from the US broke my heart and […]
Mother Nature, as Gaia–the Greek Goddess or our very own ‘Dharti Maa’ personifies the entire ecosystem of Planet Earth. Mother Nature is always working to achieve and maintain harmony, wholeness and balance within the environment. Mother Nature heals, nurtures and supports all life on this planet, and ultimately all life […]
A certain spark of wisdom can enlighten the mind and reset the existing thoughts in it. Such a moment blessed me when a good friend of mine visited last weekend and we had a very enriching discussion on the history of global environmental movement. So far, I have heard of […]
Celebrating the 40th anniversary of Earth Day, Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE), the world’s largest technical professional association, highlighted commendable work achieved by its members around the globe to help preserve the planet. We all agreed to what Pedro Ray, IEEE president and chief executive officer said, “Science […]
Recently during a general discussion with my colleague, he said something that drove me to ponder upon a good thought and the result clearly became this post. “We are not doing anything on Earth Day this year, and I believe it suits our work interest driven organization”. When asked why […]
The scorching 40+ heat of the Delhi summer evidently leads to a tremendous load on the city’s energy supply. This is especially because the rising standard of living over the past few years, coupled with more intense summers has led to a tremendous shift from water coolers to ACs across […]
WASHINGTON (Reuters) – European astronomers have spotted what they say is the most Earth-like planet yet outside our solar system, with balmy temperatures that could support water and, potentially, life. The rest of this article, can be found on CNN.com’s Science & Space (and fortunately not the Policy & Politics) […]
The celebration of Earth Day on April 22nd first began in the United States in 1970 and was the brainchild of Senator Gaylord Nelson.