China suffered one of its worst famines as a consequence of the complete extinction of sparrows, which were killed as part of a Government campaign.
The apocalypse is very near, but the neat thing about insects is, we all can do our bit to save them. by planting flowers and trees.
Ahead of Wetlands Day 2019, Delhi Greens has released an Info-Brochure generating awareness about the role of wetlands in our lives.
The Dilli Haat at INA has become the organizing venue for Green Haat: a portrait of the real green economy that sustains a major population of India.
Dr. B.C. Sabata, Sr. Scientific Officer in the Environment Dept. of the GNCT of Delhi and In-Charge of the Eco Clubs Programme shares his views on Youth and Environment on the occasion of WED 2011.
It is that time of the year when activities carried out towards environment protection climax, and rejuvenate with even greater enthusiasm. As the calendar changes to the month of June, concerned people from around the world await the 5th date of the month to be celebrated as the World Environment […]
In definition, biodiversity collectively refers to variation at all levels of biological organization. In our daily life, it is everywhere around us! It doesn’t matter if you live in a city, a town or a village, you are always surrounded by some degree of biodiversity and your survival on this Planet is ensured by the services provided by it.
A two days stakeholder consultation to develop the framework for strengthening biodiversity conservation programs and initiating action for assessing the economic value of India’s natural capital is ongoing right now. It aims to recognize, demonstrate, capture and optimize the value of biodiversity and ecosystem service and targets policy actions at […]
Satellite image of River Yamuna and its floodplain (in lean period) clearly shows the encroachment that may have intensified floods in Delhi this year If you think the massive traffic jams, national shame, broken infrastructure that crumbles even as it is being constructed and the caving in of roads are […]
Honey Bees provide the priceless ecosystem service of food production! The Economics of Ecosystems & Biodiversity (TEEB) initiative was launched as a consequence of the G8+5 Environmental Ministers meeting in Potsdam, Germany, in March 2007, which decided to ‘initiate in a global study the process of analysing the global economic […]
1. Tiger Supports Livelihood Tourism is the world’s biggest industry. On the ecotour front, the tiger is a star attraction for not just the Indian tourists but also for the people coming from other countries. There are foriegners who come to India only to have a glimpse of the tiger and then there […]