It is a well known fact that Nature knows how to maintain its balance even though the human race continues to believe it can overpower and destroy it. Sadhus like Nigmanandji have given up their life protesting against sand mafia, but no one cared about them or the issues plaguing River Ganga. Now, the river has made its own way.
With an average elevation of 16,000 ft, Tibet is the highest region on the face of the Planet, and for this reason, is sometimes referred to as the roof of the world. With geo-political changes adding more to the already climate change impacted Tibetan region, things are not doing too good here. At the forefront of the impacts of this change is India, where not only do rivers feed millions of its citizens, they are also of religious and cultural significance.
DIREC 2010 is a part of initiative taken at the 2002 World Summit on Sustainable Development in Johannesburg acknowledging the significance of renewable energies for sustainable development – especially for combating poverty and for environmental and climate protection.
Jalsamvaad invites all citizens and civil society members to come together and mark World Water Day on the 22nd of March. A call for united action on water issues in Delhi- listening, learning, dialogue. A call for equal access of quality water for all. The question we need to ask […]
It took a radical fast-unto-death decision by a Professor, playing the religion-political card and much activism, that the Government of India has now accepted the fact – otherwise as crystal clear as should have been the water of the Ganges – that the holiest of holy River Ganga is polluted, […]