So let us not do this only during the Earth Hour, but let us all take a pledge to save energy as and when we can.
If we are what we eat, and some of what we eat comes from farming on the Yamuna River floodplains, then we are pretty much what the status of river Yamuna in Delhi is! The vegetables and produce grown on the banks of the Yamuna river in Delhi is largely irrigated by the river water which accumulate toxic chemicals.
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!
In keeping with the mandate of his Ministry of environment protection and conservation, Environment Minister Shri Jairam Ramesh called for de-greening on World Forestry Day in New Delhi.
Delhi Greens calls the citizens of Delhi to come together and take the BE WATER WISE pledge at Dilli Haat, Pitampura on the occasion of World Water Day 2011.
Delhi Greens invites all citizens to come join the Chief Minister in carrying out tree plantation activity at Salimgarh Fort on the occasion of World Forestry Day 2011.
CMS Vatavaran film festival and forum invites entries from Indian and international filmmakers for the 2011 competition.
Delhi Greens wishes all its readers a Happy Holi and extends warm wishes for an organically colourful celebrations! As many of you know, the Delhi Greens Blog recently underwent major visitor traffic load coupled with some hacking attempts which forced us to stop publishing until we moved to a more […]