Just like trees are concretized, the negligence of these agencies is concretized too. The question is who needs de-concretization first?
NGT invites expression of interest from trained Environmental Experts for assigning work related to monitoring and compliance of its orders.
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Are the authorities themselves listening? Trees are a symbol of healthy ecosystem and the presence of large number of trees in any locality, town, district or city is an indicator of good health and prosperity. The Constitution of India provides for the Right to Life, which has also come to […]
For starters, there is a possibility of release of emissions like dioxins and furans from Waste to Energy Palnts which are toxic substances.
The Hon’ble NGT has now highlighted that no more concretisation of trees will be allowed and this will form part of the contract given to those who develop the pavements in Delhi.
The Honorable National Green Tribunal today stayed the felling of over 3,000 trees in Delhi which were to be cut for giving way to an elevated corridor.
Charity, they say, begins at home. So does good greening! Trees outside the National Green Tribunal were deconcretized today, ahead of the next hearing on the deconcretisation of Delhi trees case (to be held on 12th July 2013). Delhi Greens has been actively supporting the campaign against deconcretisation of Delhi […]
Aditya N Prasad, tree petitioner to the NGT discusses the reasons of tree concretisation in Delhi and why citizens, and not just the NGT, need to be active to ensure deconcretisation of Delhi trees.
The NGT has now given strong directions to implementing agencies to complete the process of de-concretization in Delhi in an effective and time bound manner.
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