Weekly environmental news roundup from across different media networks for Week 12 (starting March 18, 2013) 2013.
The NMML cordially invites all interested to a Seminar on ‘40 years of environmental governance, policy and gender studies: Where do we stand?’
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An installation modeling water scarcity on World Water Day at Dilli Haat.
The debate on water privatization is an ongoing debate of public interest not only in India but globally as well. Supporters of privatization argue that water should be viewed as an economic good and hence commoditized. However, as recently as in 2010, the United Nations has recognized the right to water as a basic human right.
21 March is celebrated as the International Day of Forests across the globe. The Department of Environment, Govt. of Delhi is celebrating the day by carrying out plantation activity in Dera Mandi Ridge Forests in the Asola Bhatti Wildlife Sanctuary. You too can contribute by planting at least one trees […]
DoE, GNCT will be celebrating World Water Day by organising a half day workshop on Revival and Greening of Water Bodies in the NCT of Delhi.
The burning of small heaps of leaves in different parts of Delhi is leading to air pollution, health problems and even the threat of fire hazards
Weekly environmental news roundup from across different media networks for week 11 (starting March 11, 2013) 2013.
The ILO Youth Employment Programme (Geneva) is organizing a photo contest to shed light on youth employment issues, the challenges young people face in the workplace as well as their power to overcome them. The contest is entitled ‘WORK4YOUTH’ and is sponsored by The MasterCard Foundation. The objective of the […]
The contribution of India to increase in carbon dioxide is small and hence policy changes undertaken by India will not have much impact on global warming in the short term.
Whatever be our mode of protest, and no matter how busy we all may well be, the call for action for cleaning River Yamuna has been made. We can either join the protests now when we can, or wait a little longer until when we will be made to.