The objective of the Film Festival is to use films as a means for engaging diverse audiences on pollution and spur change through creativity.
The National Level Poster Making Competition on Air Pollution is open to students who are born between 1 April 2001 and 31 March 2005.
The objective of the Conference is to impart critical competencies viz. empathy, compassion, mindfulness and critical inquiry in global youth.
The Public Lecture will try to examine existing policies and initiatives in dealing with climate change and the way forward.
Government of India is organising India Election Quiz 2019. The competition is open to school students, college students and all citizes
The National Mission for Clean Ganga is organising Ganga Quest, a National Online Quiz on Ganga and rivers in general.
FAO of the United Nations invites everyone to a Webcast presentation of its new publication entitled Integrating Food into Urban Planning.
This year as many as 28 films will be screened including Award winning films like The Pangti Story by Sesino Yhoshu and The Birdman of Chorao.
The survival of Delhi depends on its two lifelines, the River Yamuna and the Delhi Ridge. Of these, the Delhi Ridge is the extension of the Aravalli mountains that, above the surface of the Earth, terminate in North Delhi and go all along to neighbouring Faridabad, Gurgoan all the way […]
DYSoC 2018 began with remembering the Father of the Nation and his teachings on Environment and Shlokas that call for environmental harmony.
The Fourth Delhi Youth Summit on Climate Change will take place on 3rd and 4th October 2018 at and in collaboration with Miranda House, DU.
Every application must identify a Leader who will take responsibility for the technical and managerial aspects of the innovation challenge.