The winning entry of the Department of Environment, Government of NCT of Delhi’s poster making competition on 22nd April, Earth Day.
Saplings are distributed free of cost during monsoon by the Dept. of Environment for being adopted and planted by citizens who are invited to add to the ‘Capital’s legacy’.
The Environment Day this year is being observed at the Garhi Mandu City Forest along with the Hon’ble Chief Minister Smt. Sheila Dixit and other dignitaries.
The Energy Efficiency & Renewable Energy Management Center invites applications for post of Project Engineers and Trainees.
Weekly environmental news roundup from across different media networks for week 40 (starting October 3), 2011.
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.
Delhi Government’s Department of Environment is encouraging and inviting citizens to come out and plant as many saplings as possible during the ongoing monsoon season.
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 Walkathon is an attempt to reconnect the citizens of Delhi to the morning glory of chirping birds, clear sky, fresh air and experience the first rays of solar energy!
On the occasion of World Environment Day, Delhi Greens catches up with Delhi Government’s Eco Clubs In-charge Dr. B. C. Sabata.
May 22 is proclaimed as the International Day for Biological Diversity by the United Nations to generate awareness on biodiversity issues.
Delhi Greens invites all citizens to come join the Chief Minister in carrying out tree plantation activity at Salimgarh Fort on the occasion of World Forestry Day 2011.