The Delhi Greens Blog is an information portal for green alerts, events and activities in Delhi NCR and is at the forefront of the global and Indian environmental movement.
The Delhi Greens Blog is a Flagship Project of Delhi Greens NGO and is an interesting and reader-friendly information portal covering environmental news, events and activities with a focus on Delhi. It has been set up with the vision of ensuring environmental harmony and promoting sustainable development in Delhi and India.
The Delhi Greens Blog serves as an environmental outreach platform based in the city of Delhi. It covers recent happenings in the field of environment and works to keep you updated on environmental policies, pressing environmental concerns and provides a narrative of the dynamics and ups and downs of our common environment. We also give space to all forms of creative writings on the theme of Environment and regularly feature green people and places!
The Delhi Greens Blog was founded by Dr. Govind Singh in March 2007 making it Delhi’s first Environmental Blog Project. The Delhi Greens Blog is an ICT Tool for generating environmental awareness for ensuring the protection of Our Common Environment. The Blog spearheads the environmental cause from the time when environmental journalism was only being introduced into the mainstream media and environmental activism was barely acknowledged.
The Delhi Greens Blog was a knee-jerk reaction to two separate yet related incidents, along with the love and passion for Delhi and trees. It has since inspired many others to use Blogging as a tool for generating environmental awareness. This led to a chain reaction of Green Blogs further boosting the environmental movement. (Read further: Blog History)
In July 2008, as this citizens movement got stronger, the Delhi Greens Blog was acquired by the Delhi Greens organization, a registered Non-Governmental Organisation (NGO) with Govind Singh, Ravinder Bawa, Aastha Kukreti, A.P. Jayanthi and Rishabh Parmar as its Founding Members. Delhi Greens NGO is set up with a vision of ensuring environmental harmony and promoting sustainable development in the country.
Ever since its launch, the Delhi Greens Blog has been successful in involving large number of citizens in environmental activities and has inspired and initiated large number of green feats and environmental achievements. Most of these achievements are splendid examples of transforming information into action.
- Delhi Greens Blog is Delhi’s First Environmental Blog Project
- It is an Award-winning initiative, working to spearhead the Environmental Movement
- Delhi Greens Blog Won the IndiBlogger 2013 Award in the Social/Environment Category
- Has raised several pressing environmental issues in the Public and in Mainstream Media
- Has had Measurable Blog Impact in Transforming Information into Action
- Hosted on a Green Server
- Recently featured by the United Nations as a Momentum for Change, Lighthouse Activity
Today, we live in a world where concerns regarding environment degradation, disasters and climate change are growing by the day. Environmental Education is the need of the hour and its interdisciplinary nature makes it a crucial element in all fields of studies. It is now a necessity and responsibility of everyone from all walks of life to become environmentally aware, live sustainably, connect with nature and spread the message of environmental protection as far as possible.
The Delhi Greens Blog aims to educate and sensitize its readers about the various fundamental environmental concepts through its analytical and well researched articles. As part of our commitment to Delhi, we keep notifying and informing our readers about environmental events, green jobs, green alerts from in and around the city of Delhi. You can also find travelogues and stories on various architectural and natural heritages and insights of the city in the pages of this Blog.
Delhi Greens is managed by the Delhi Greens NGO and is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License.