Reusing plastic saves energy by using materials again without any changes and does not create environmental pollution.
The best way to reduce the amount of plastic waste entering our oceans is to cut it at source and reduce the use of single-use plastic.
Even as Delhi is struggling to manage its existing, overflowing landfills, a new Landfill has come up at Jahangirpuri and is rapidly rising.
The Revere Waste Vending Machine was inaugurated by Honorable Justice Mr. G.S. Sistani of the Delhi High Court.
By World Environment Day 2019, Tata Starbucks will aim to transition all its stores to compostable and recyclable packaging solutions.
The Waste to Wonder Park includes a replica of some of the Wonders of the World, all of which have been made from waste.
Kaagaz is a light, sharable piece of paper on the cloud that supports multiple vernaculars and is an environmentalist’s shiniest daydream come to life.
The Waste to Magic workshop turned out to be an exciting and interactive exchange of concerns and ideas about creative ways of reducing, reusing and recycling our ‘waste’.
Delhi Greens wishes all its readers and subscribes a very Happy and Green Earth Day 2011. With environmental problems increasing by the day, and the challenge to ensure a pathway to sustainable development getting more complex, the need for taking local actions is now of utmost importance.
Delhi Greens calls the citizens of Delhi to come together and take the BE WATER WISE pledge at Dilli Haat, Pitampura on the occasion of World Water Day 2011.
Toxics Link’s Environment & Health Public Lecture Series ‘Disposable’ is an attempt to identify and acknowledge the journey waste and the people who spend their lives in our waste. Disposable traces the many ways in which our madness of consumption and disposal has added to piles of trash in overflowing […]
Paper is used everywhere – in schools, colleges, homes and offices – and very often, the wastage is much more than the usage.