If you do not have time to plant some trees, then you can rent furniture. Renting furniture is the whole new way to go greener, here’s how.
In a bizarre press release, the Ministry of Housing & Urban Affairs has agreed that it will be cutting 14,031 trees in Sarojini Nagar.
Kaagaz is a light, sharable piece of paper on the cloud that supports multiple vernaculars and is an environmentalist’s shiniest daydream come to life.
Delhi Chief Minister Sheila Dixit Makes that extra effort to ensure the proper plantation of saplings during a Government led tree plantation drive. “Sir santhe rooke rahe to bhi sasto jaan“ (If a tree is saved even at the cost of one’s head, it’s worth it.”), noted Amrita Devi Bishnoi […]
Weekly environmental news roundup from across different media networks for week 11 (starting March 11, 2013) 2013.
More than a hundred delegates turned up on the first day of the DYSoC 2011 and the group discussion that followed after lunch was a big success where each and every delegate got their voice heard and a strong report on each topic of discussion viz, water, waste, energy, transport, urban planning and urban biodiversity was formulated.
Source: Monday, Oct. 15 2007
SAVE 40,000 TREES PER YEAR The Department of Environment (Delhi Government), through an advertisement issued in public interest has given the following five bullets in order to save 40,000 trees per year. The emphasis is on saving paper, using it efficiently and recycling it in such a way so at to minimise the need to cut more […]
Published: HT May 9, 2007 (Page 3) Source: epaper.hindustantimes.com Watchout for updates on the Biodiversity Assessment Project. Previously on DelhiGreens: “Ped to sab sookhe hue hain” (The trees are all dry-dead). Really? DelhiGreens investigates
The following news story is courtesy Bureau Report – Zeenews.com DU fraternity against plans to cut 1000 trees in campus New Delhi, May 06: Enraged at Delhi University’s reported plans to fell 1,000 old trees to make way for a rugby field for the 2010 commonwealth games, the student and […]
Following is a News story from the online edition of The Hindu The Capital’s greens are in the red as never before BINDU SHAJAN PERAPPADAN NEW DELHI: Cutting down healthy and unmarked trees, damaging others by exposing their roots or attacking their barks and not managing to re-locate large trees, Delhi’s […]