Weekly green news update from across different media networks for week 9 (between Feb 29 and March 6) 2016.
The National Green Tribunal on Thursday pulled up the Delhi Development Authority for granting permission to hold spiritual guru Sri Sri Ravi Shankar’s ‘World Culture Festival’ on the banks of Yamuna.
In an attempt to conserve trees as well as save money, South Delhi Municipal Corporation has decided to reuse free textbooks given to primary school students.
Preparations for the three-day Art of Living event on the banks of Yamuna have reportedly forced birds to migrate from the area.
Manoj Misra, the convener of Yamuna Jiye Abhiyan, on Saturday rubbished the claims made by the Art of Living Foundation about removal of debris to clean up the Yamuna floodplains and introduction of enzymes into the drains to clean up the river.
Believe it or not, the rising pollution levels in the city have taken a toll on the Metro infrastructure.
A project to study the impact of pollution on the acoustic quality of birds is being undertaken at the National Zoological Park.
It isn’t just sweaters the kindergartners are wearing as they pour out of their classrooms onto the lawns of the American Embassy School in Delhi.
In the midst of focus on Swachh Bharat sanitation programme, the Delhi and NCR is likely to generate about 1,07,000 metric tonnes of e-waste per annum by next year from the current level of 68,000 metric tonnes, Assocham said.
Researchers have discovered a new snake species in the Western Ghats in Kolhapur and Sindhudurg districts.
Air pollution has hit 180 of 338 Chinese cities with 42 of them, including Beijing and Tianjin, categorised as “heavily polluted,” the Ministry of Environmental Protection announced on Sunday.