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Monday Feature: Green News and Media Roundup for Week 10, 2012

Green Alert
Weekly environmental news roundup from across different media networks for week 10 (starting March 5, 2012) 2012. 1. Exhibition on forest products on at Dilli Haat Kesraj Jogi sits cross-legged in front of a makeshift kitchen at Dilli Haat - there's a small brick stove, some basic utensils and a pot of brewing tea. It's exactly like his home in Kotputli, Rajasthan, he says. He's here at Green Haat 2012 - the ongoing exhibition of forest-based products - and is contributing by preparing nomadic food. 2. Play it safe this Holi, use natural colours No matter how tempting those shining reds, blues, greens, yellows and purples may seem, you should double check the quality of colours that you use this Holi to avoid skin allergies, eye irritation and a host of other health problems th...
Delhi Greens Calls for Celebrating an Eco-Friendly Holi

Delhi Greens Calls for Celebrating an Eco-Friendly Holi

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Each and every Indian festival is unique in itself and so is true for Holi - the festival of colours. Applying colours on each others face and enjoying splashes of water along with the colour and joy indeed makes it a very fun-filled festival. But during the time of celebrations, our joy can double if we remember to care for the environment along with caring for each other. Delhi Greens urges everyone to understand and emphasize on eco-friendly celebrations this Holi!  Celbrating an Eco-friendly Holi will give you full freedom to have unlimited fun as well pleasure of protecting Mother Nature. Here are some tips: 1. Go for natural colours. Use only natural and home made colours during Holi. Using natural colours ensures that you do not harm your skin, eyes and hair while playing
And We’re Back, And Continue to be Hosted on a Green Server!

And We’re Back, And Continue to be Hosted on a Green Server!

Green Alert
Delhi Greens wishes all its readers a Happy Holi and extends warm wishes for an organically colourful celebrations! As many of you know, the Delhi Greens Blog recently underwent major visitor traffic load coupled with some hacking attempts which forced us to stop publishing until we moved to a more secure server. That process has now been completed and we are back in action, more determined than ever, for spearheading the cause of environmental protection and sustainable development. The task continues to remain uphill but we now have more friends and allies walking with us, who understand our cause and share our vision. We have all of you and that is all the motivation we need to continue working for harmony and sustainable development. The world surely has shaken in the past few d...

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