Trees for Delhi an action group formed by a bunch of concerned citizens and environment NGOs – in one of the ‘first of its kind’ attempt – is organising a candle light vigil to save the trees of Delhi that are marked for felling for the construction of the first phase of […]
According to Delhi Newsline, the Delhi High Court on March 21 stayed construction on the biodiversity park in Vasant Kunj based on a PIL stating that the area was part of the Ridge and was to be preserved in its “pristine glory”. The High Court also issued notices to the […]
The Common Palm Civet is a rare animal which is listed in Schedule II part II of the Indian Wildlife (Protection) Act, 1972.
The Center for Science and Environment (CSE) is organising a two-day symposium (April 26th and 27th 2007) on Mining, People and Environment. Only for practising journalists. Click here fore more details CSE will also be releasing its new publication on the subject at the symposium.
When I returned from my field trip last month I noticed that someone had scraped off a part of the lower trunk of all the trees in and around North Campus and numbered them. Delhi University Nursery Garden After I enquired about it from one of the gardeners, he pointed […]
The wildlife activists had opposed the Bill on the ground that access deep into the forests would not be in the interest of the wildlife.
CSE will take care of the travel, lodging and boarding during training and field survey besides a token honorarium for the same period.
Spotted behind the Bhartiya Vidya Bhawan Bus Stand – K.G. Marg(apparently they have nested in RJD MP Pappu Yadav’s residence!)
At a time when the world is facing a global warming crisis, Prof. Maathai’s lecture could not be better timed.
The Delhi Greens Blog has been launched as an effort to highlight the green spaces, flora and fauna of Delhi and sensitise people about the pressing environmental and social issues in and around the capital city.