Environment Ministry invite all citizens to a join in the Virtual Celebrations of the IDB from its office in New Delhi.
Sunday, 3 May 2020, became witness to a unique event, when war machines were flown, as a messenger of hope and peace.
The first pandemic took place during the WWI destruction. The Chinese COVID-19 Pandemic seems to be another warning shot by Mother Nature.
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.
Composting is a simple method of breaking down organic matter or food/ kitchen waste in the presence of carbon, nitrogen, oxygen and water.
Everyone is encouraged to make yourself aware of all those species who are under threat and take action at your own level to help safeguard them.
Arefa Tehsin invites all interested on behalf of Rupa Publications and Oxford Bookstore to the launch of “Do Tigers Drink Blood? And 13 Other Mysteries of Nature” book authored by Arefa Tehsin and Raza H. Tehsin.
The Nehru Memorial Museum and Library invites all interested to a Public Lecture in the ‘Science, Society and Nature’ series on ‘Rescuing Nature from Growth and Equity’.
In an attempt to ensure the protection of endangered wildlife species, the Department of Forests has asked all schools and colleges to surrender the specimens of wild animals and specified plants lying in their biology laboratories to the Chief Wildlife Warden.
NMML invites all interested to a Public Lecture on ‘Wagging the Dog: The use and abuse of science in marine conservation in Orissa’.
NMML invites all interested to a Public Lecture on Science, democracy and ecology in contemporary India’ by Prof. Madhav Gadgil as part of NMML’s ‘Science, society and nature’ series.
Ever wondered why Gods chose the remote and impassable Himalayas as their abode for us to visit? Why couldn’t ‘they’ have located themselves at the now Metro ride away Kashmere Gate or the then barren, uninhabited and higher Delhi Ridge? Surely that would have saved a lot of energy and resources and would have avoided tragic disasters like the one we are presently witnessing. Why then did the omnipotent and omniscient Gods chose invincible places like Kedarnath, Badrinath and Hemkunt Sahib as their abodes? The answer lies in the awe-inspiring and mighty Himalayas and the understanding and manifestation of God through this power of Nature.