Environmental Impact Assessment is a planning tool for any nation who is concerned about protecting nature as well as public health.
Van Mahotsav or Forest Festival is celebrated in India every year since 1950 in the first week of July. It was conceptualized by Dr KM Munshi.
Drawing parallels between novel Coronavirus and global warming in the hope of influencing course correction for saving human civilization.
The spread of COVID-19 has shown us how an epidemic or pandemic can prove disastrous for congested cities like Delhi.
The first pandemic took place during the WWI destruction. The Chinese COVID-19 Pandemic seems to be another warning shot by Mother Nature.
Through the Zero Waste Initiative adopted up by Oriental Apartments, it is now on its way to becoming a Waste Neutral Colony.
In a bizarre press release, the Ministry of Housing & Urban Affairs has agreed that it will be cutting 14,031 trees in Sarojini Nagar.
Of the many things Delhi is famous for, the most spacious are its Government colonies located in New Delhi.
Environment Day is a good opportunity to remind ourselves of the large number of environmental challenges being faced by Delhi.
The water crisis in Shimla seems to be a clear case of lack of urban planning coupled with the vagaries of a changing climate.
Gandhi’s teachings on non-violence also highlighted the need for living in harmony with Nature and Natural Resources.
With awareness and research in place to some extent, it is political will alone that is the missing ingredient in protecting India’s rivers.