There has always been a strain in the Centre-State relationship in India due to our quasi-federal structure. Its worse form is now being witnessed by Delhi.
The move is anticipated to protect the endangered wildlife species and discourage their exploitation by any means.
Whatever be our mode of protest, and no matter how busy we all may well be, the call for action for cleaning River Yamuna has been made. We can either join the protests now when we can, or wait a little longer until when we will be made to.
The Environment Day this year is being observed at the Garhi Mandu City Forest along with the Hon’ble Chief Minister Smt. Sheila Dixit and other dignitaries.
The past week witnessed the celebrations of two important and inter-connected days of environmental importance. 21st March marked the observance of World Forestry Day, while 22nd March was celebrated as World Water Day, both of them in coordination with the FAO. While our forests are a resource which most of us cannot directly manage, conservation of water is definitely something we can all contribute to in an effective manner.
The city of Delhi completed 100 years of its existence as the National Capital on 12th December this year which was celebrated with a nine day long ‘Dilli ke Pakwan’ food festival.
Advit Foundation invites the citizens of Delhi and Gurgaon to come together and join hands in support of the carbon offsetting plantation programme carried out with the Delhi Metro near MG Road Metro Station, Gurgaon. The programme is meant to develop and enhance the green belt under the Gurgaon Metro […]
Even as the Govt. of NCT of Delhi’s ban on burning of leaves is more than a year old now, leaf litter in different parts of Delhi continues to be burnt. And it is not just remote parks or residential apartments where this is happeing but also in academic and government institutes of international repute. The ban is being […]