The importance of communication can be well understood by the fact that the most evolved among all mammals, the humans, also have the most sophisticated natural forms of communication. It is this tool of communication that sets us apart from other animals.
The Minister of State (Independent Charge) for Environment and Forests, Smt. Jayanthi Natarajan releasing the book ‘Fundamentals of the Wildlife Management’, at the All India Meeting of Field Directors of Tiger Reserves, in New Delhi The All India Meeting of Field Directors of Tiger Reserves recently concluded in New Delhi, […]
The Delhi Greens Blog has been working as an online green media portal for disseminating environmental information among the masses. Of late, a lot many environmental non-profits and charities have come up in different parts of the country and the world, working with similar objectives.
All concerned citizens are called forward to observe the Earth Hour today evening. And if you still think how would your switching off help, and wondering if others are doing it or not, think again!
The past week witnessed the celebrations of two important and inter-connected days of environmental importance. 21st March marked the observance of World Forestry Day, while 22nd March was celebrated as World Water Day, both of them in coordination with the FAO. While our forests are a resource which most of us cannot directly manage, conservation of water is definitely something we can all contribute to in an effective manner.
It was the April month in the year 2008. The recently launched BRT system in Delhi was being bombarded left and right by the media and people alike. The BRT had come at a cost of several hundred heritage trees of Delhi, which were removed to widen the road and provide additional space for the overall architecture of the BRT. But this was not the reason why the BRT was being criticized in the media or objected to by a portion of the public. The “Bus” Rapid Transit had slowed down the flow of cars and similar private automobiles in its 5.8 km stretch was the principal reason why the media was bashing up the Government for having conceived and installed the BRT corridor.
Each and every Indian festival is unique in itself and so is true for Holi – the festival of colours. Applying colours on each others face and enjoying splashes of water along with the colour and joy indeed makes it a very fun-filled festival. But during the time of celebrations, our joy can double if we remember to care for the environment along with caring for each other. Delhi Greens urges everyone to understand and emphasize on eco-friendly celebrations this Holi!
The 2nd of February each year is celebrated globally as the World Wetlands Day! It marks the date of the adoption of the Convention on Wetlands on 2nd February 1971, in the Iranian city of Ramsar on the shores of the Caspian Sea.
Delhi Greens welcomes all its members, subscribers and readers to a happy and warm New Year! 2012 will be challenging not only because Delhi will play host to the Rio+20 COP this year but also because the now 100 year ‘young’ “Delhi capital” enters the next phase of its existence as the political nerve center of the world’s largest democracy.
Greenpeace India’s Citizenship of Junglistan has now evolved a green version of the Kolaveri di song for raising wider awareness towards the signing campaign for saving the forests.
The 17th session of the COP concluded in Durban, with India playing a significant role in ensuring that countries around the world give serious attention to anthropogenic climate change.
The Ministry of Tourism organized an All-India workshop in New Delhi to initiate discussions on its forthcoming “Campaign Clean India”.