The Environment Minster shared that the CPCB has set up a Control Room to enable people to register complaints against cases of biomass burning across NCR.
There has always been a strain in the Centre-State relationship in India due to our quasi-federal structure. Its worse form is now being witnessed by Delhi.
While the neighbouring cities of Gurgaon and NOIDA have exhausted their ground water and are nearly on their deathbed, the citizens of Delhi heard grand promises of 700 litres of free drinking water each day along with a 50% reduction in electricity tariff. Such assurance, undoubtedly, made a fancy election […]
Weekly environmental news roundup from across different media networks for week 04 (starting January 23) 2012.
Advit Foundation invites the citizens of Delhi and Gurgaon to come together and join hands in support of the carbon offsetting plantation programme carried out with the Delhi Metro near MG Road Metro Station, Gurgaon. The programme is meant to develop and enhance the green belt under the Gurgaon Metro […]
Palwal is a small town on Delhi-Agra highway and one among many other small towns that are fast developing because these are now within commuting distance from Delhi city. So people can afford to continue to stay in these towns and leave their families there, while they go for a […]
Toxics Link’s Environment & Health Public Lecture Series The most popular lakes of NCR have disappeared. The 2 billion year old water bodies of the Aravallis – Surajkund, Badkhal and Damdama, have all dried up. This film looks at the nexus between the corrupt bureaucracy with the construction and the […]
The third week of last month saw two contrastingly different green incidents in two different National Capital Region (NCR) cities, on the same day. While the Ghaziabad Development Authority (GDA) has decided to save over 1,000 fully grown trees while widening roads and has also come up with an idea […]