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”.
Amidst discussions, debates and the unavoidable walkouts, the Parliament House today had a rendezvous with the idea of “happiness” as a measure of the country’s success, growth and prosperity.
With about a billion people in India not having access to the Internet, the demand for energy is a scalable phenomenon and it makes sense that a country with so much IT power would want to address the issue.
The theme for International Ozone Day this year is “HCFC Phase Out: A Unique Opportunity.” With the Montreal Protocol’s Financial Mechanism providing increased funding especially to developing countries, the HCFC phase-out presents with a unique opportunity to acquire cutting-edge technologies that not only eliminate ozone-depleting compounds but does so in a way that lowers energy costs and maximizes climate benefits.
A PIL filed by Tapas NGO was instrumental in banning of the plastic bags. Jincy Joy of Delhi Greens speaks to V.K. Jain, Founder of Tapas.
The Wednesday quake measuring 4.2 on Richter Scale reminded us that the city is located in Seismic Zone IV and lies among high-risk areas in terms of earthquake frequency and intensity.
The Nation today is going through a slow and steady transformation, one that we all should feel lucky to be witnessing.
As India played the global host to World Environment Day 2011, the nation came together to celebrate the day and inspire billions of people across the world for committing themselves to green living and environmental protection. Delhi Greens also participated in the rally and launched an year long Earth-O-Care campaign during the Green Walkathon.
The following is an interview of Environment Minister Jairam Ramesh by the UNEP’s Director of Communications Satinder Bindra where the Minister reassures India’s commitment towards the environment.
It is that time of the year when activities carried out towards environment protection climax, and rejuvenate with even greater enthusiasm. As the calendar changes to the month of June, concerned people from around the world await the 5th date of the month to be celebrated as the World Environment […]