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World Ranger Day

World Ranger Day World Ranger Day is celebrated on 31st July 2020 Across the globe, park rangers serve at the front line in the fight to protect our natural heritage. World Ranger Day renders a chance to support, acknowledge and appreciate their vital work. This day also serves as an opportunity to pay tribute to …

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Bird Watching in Delhi

As a child… I used to often hover around boards in parks which gave away details about the birds that can be spotted in the area. With my “Mini-binoculars” that I got free with a box of chocolate as a child, I used to look around very diligently, trying to spot at least a few of the birds …

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Cut trees and use human lungs as air filters, this is the trend in Delhi.

DID YOU KNOW ? In the last 13 years, Delhi lost 112,169 trees – 1 per hour, says government data. “All these trees were cut legally. But we still don’t know how many were felled illegally,” said Aditya Prasad, an advocate who has filed a case in the National Green Tribunal against PWD’s Vikaspuri elevated …

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Sustainable is Attainable – An Interview with Snigdha Sehgal

Sustainable living refers to a lifestyle where an individual uses minimum natural resources. Similarly, sustainable development is a way of progress that involves meeting the needs of the present without causing a deficiency of resources for future generations. The aim of sustainable development is to create a lifestyle where our economic, social and environmental needs …

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DDA Concretising Grass and Soil in Delhi’s Parks and Forests.

Niti Aayog reports say that Delhi’s ground water table will be completely depleted by next year, Delhi Jal Board is working hard trying to get water back into the underground aquifers, and Delhi Development Authority is using their resources to concretise the last remaining soil surfaces in the city. Recently, a group of people were …

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Brother Ape

Radhika Bhagat is a Wildlife Conservationist based in India. She has been working since several years to protect wildlife and habitats across India and other South Asian countries. She is also formally trained in Yogic sciences and is exploring the subject of spiritual reverence towards nature as the basis for balance for our individual selves …

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Healing Power Of Trees

On Arbor Day, Serra International School, New Friends Colony, New Delhi, organised a special program for the young students with support from New Delhi Nature Society. First, the children visited Ashoka Park, New Friends Colony, where they were seated under the lush trees. In the beginning, there was a short introduction about the trees and …

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