The VC showed exceptional leadership in motivating the youth by initiating the cleanliness drive himself by picking up litter.
For Nuclear Energy to be a serious candidate as an Energy option for the country, it must cross two major barriers. These are: 1) the problem of nuclear waste: transuranic isotopes that have long term radio toxicity and biohazards, that anyone who studied science in school will understand and 2) […]
We share with you the following green tips to help you green your events and help save our environment starting 2011.
The Ministry of New and Renewable Energy (MNRE) in association with the Association for Development and Research on Sustainable Habitats (ADaRSH) and The Energy & Resources Institute (TERI) invites participants and exhibitors for a National Conference on Green Design: Buildings and Habitats during January 7-8, 2011 at Stein Auditorium, India […]
The Delhi Greens Blog was recently awarded for its good work in putting New & Social Media behind the green cause and using it to disseminate information and generate environmental awareness. Aastha Kukreti, one of our lead writers was conferred the ‘Green Warrior’ Award by the ISB&M School of Communication […]
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.
Development for all: The Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) System in Ahmedabad, Gujarat is unlike Delhi and works. While the difference in population of the two cities ensures there can be no comparison, the implementation success of ‘Janmarg: the People’s Way’ as it is called in Ahmedabad is indeed praiseworthy. India […]
Season’s Greetings and Merry Christmas to all our Blog readers! The markets in Delhi remained flooded with Christmas goodies this year and shopping has been at an all time high. The BIG day arrived today, a foggy Christmas morning with the mercury dipping close to 8 degrees Celsius! This has […]
With an average elevation of 16,000 ft, Tibet is the highest region on the face of the Planet, and for this reason, is sometimes referred to as the roof of the world. With geo-political changes adding more to the already climate change impacted Tibetan region, things are not doing too good here. At the forefront of the impacts of this change is India, where not only do rivers feed millions of its citizens, they are also of religious and cultural significance.
For those of you who were inspired by Shahrukh Khan’s frustration in Swades and are concerned about India’s overall development, the time has come! The State Bank of India (SBI) has initiated a Youth for India fellowship programme funded and managed by the SBI in partnership with other NGOs. The […]
The issue of wildlife conservation and protection is no doubt a major concern and needs to be addressed urgently.
On 12 December, 1911 the National Capital of the then colonized India was shifted by the British from Kolkata to Delhi.