The lecture will focus on understanding how environment and rural development work and actions of Anna Hazare at Ralegan Siddhi acquire their legitimacy and authority.
For Nuclear Energy to be a serious candidate as an Energy option for the country, it must cross two major barriers. These are: 1) the problem of nuclear waste: transuranic isotopes that have long term radio toxicity and biohazards, that anyone who studied science in school will understand and 2) […]
Maulana Abul Kalam Azad was a multi-faceted personality: a great freedom fighter and an eminent scholar in India’s freedom movement and was independent India’s first Education Minister and also the first President of the Indian Council for Cultural Relations (ICCR). In fact, the ICCR was founded by him on 9th […]
Development Alternatives, a non-profit organisation established in 1983 creating large scale sustainable livelihoods is hosting TARAgram Yatra 2010, an annual event organised with the mission of inspiring sustainability in policy and practice. This year’s focus, “Towards Green Economies – scalable solutions for people and our planet”, cuts right to the heart […]
The recently concluded The Future of the Bengal Tiger, a conference hosted by the Sanctuary Asia, brought together over 150 delegates, speakers and other participants from all walks of life.
Having almost always taken pride in being one of the greenest capital cities in the world, and led by a green Chief Minister as well, Delhi took the lead again in celebrating 5th June as the World Environment Day (WED) 2010…in style!
The room at the Nehru Memorial Museum & Library was filled with carefree laughter and giggles of innocence as we stepped in to meet some of the future generation of our nation. Invited by the Children Resource Center to conduct a workshop and brief the children attendants on the issues […]
The real challenge starts at the end. And the preparation that went in to come to such an end is indeed praiseworthy. Over hundred delegates turned up to face the challenge Delhi is in and took a stand against climate change. Harnessing the beautiful minds of the youth were prominent […]
More than a hundred delegates turned up on the first day of the DYSoC 2011 and the group discussion that followed after lunch was a big success where each and every delegate got their voice heard and a strong report on each topic of discussion viz, water, waste, energy, transport, urban planning and urban biodiversity was formulated.
The urban biodiversity group at DYSoC 2010 The first day of “Delhi Youth Summit on Climate, 2010 (DYSoC)”, witnessed a new phase in the environmental movement among the youth in the city. The youth who attended the summit meant and were ready for action. Without doubt it’s the youth who […]
Delhi Greens, with support from the Nehru Memorial Museum & Library (NMML) and Oxfam India, in partnership with the South Asia Network for Social & Agriculture Development (SANSAD), Global Climate Campaign (GCC), North East Center for Environmental Education & Research (NECEER), India Action Network, Center for Climate Justice & Equity […]
“Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed people can change the world. Indeed, it is the only thing that ever has”, a famous quote by Margaret Mead has been the inspiration to many beautiful minds and heroes in the society. If you belong to this group and if […]