While the climate has been changing since the emergence of Planet Earth in the solar system, human activities in recent times have accelerated the pace of this change. It is now common knowledge that the concentration of carbon dioxide, a significant greenhouse gas (GHG),...
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’.
The legal and illegal encroachment of the floodplain of River Yamuna should have been checked timely by the Delhi state administration. It is now being checked by River Yamuna itself.
All interested are invited to the release of a first of its kind initiative - the "First Tree Census Report of Delhi by Citizens: Sarvodaya Enclave".
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...
Delhi: the capital of choice of many an Emperors…and a destination of choice of rich at heart! Welcome to Delhi – one of the most fascinating and majestic cities of all times! Author’s description: India has emerged as a global economic powerhouse in recent...
Universalisation of Roshni: the Green Innovation for Sustainable Habitats Initiative at the President’s Estate
The Roshni initiative, which was launched in 2008 has been an effort to help and equip the residents of the President's Estate to live in harmony with nature.
Yamuna and the Delhi Ridge: Delhi Greens Urban Ecotour Re-Connected Citizens to the City’s Lifelines
Earth Day 2011 was commemorated by Delhi Greens by re-connecting the citizens of Delhi with the two lifelines that support them. Delhi Greens contributed to the Billion Acts of Green campaign by organizing an Earth Day Urban Ecotour!
Delhi planted saplings led by the Chief Minster Sheila Dixit, Chief Secretary Rakesh Mehta and Environment Secretary Dharmendra at the Salimgarh Fort this World Forestry Day!
The likely scenario due to the ongoing environmental crisis is an increase in frequency of the once in a while disaster events. We therefore need to take adaptive actions that are built into infrastructure development.