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United Nations Environment Assembly (UNEA) : What has changed?
United Nations Environment Programme was established as a result of Stockholm Conference on the Human Environment in 1972. [read...]
Railways aims to significantly reduce carbon footprints
Indian Railways, the largest energy consumer in the country, has set a target of harnessing 1,000 MW of solar energy and 15 MW of wind energy in the next four years as part of efforts to reduce its carbon footprint. [read...]
Forest and watercourse interplay important for restorations
Humans utilize forests and watercourses in a way that depletes ecosystem habitats, biodiversity and ecosystem services. Many areas are restored to break the trend, but to succeed you need to consider not only the ecosystem in mind, but also surrounding ecosystems. [read...]
Green is in for India Inc
On the corporate side, the CII has initiated the 'GreenCo' rating for companies based on their environmental performance across nine parameters. [read...]
Pro-nuclear countries making slower progress on climate targets
With UK's Hinkley Point deal hanging in the balance, study casts fresh doubts over future of nuclear energy in Europe [read...]
NewsleTERRE Current Issue
- India basks in glow of UNESCO honours
- Tree Plantation at Urabn Forestry site, Warje
- Indradhanushya....a journey towards beautiful nature
- Environmental Education Training
- Tree Adoption Activity
"TERRE believes children are the future of our nation and they will be responsible for our sustainable survival. By taking it as a objective TERRE Policy Centre is introducing environmental education games in the manner of playing cards and Snake & Ladder. These Environmental Based Games aim at Educating and Training Shcool children regarding Current Environmental issues."
TERRE, World Environment Day Celebration
Song on Women Energy and Endless Effort by Dhanasri Ganatra
Shiv Vandana song Dhanashri Ganatra
International Environment Film Festival
You are cordially invited for the first ever Environmental Film Festival is being organized in the UK in London on 12th and 13th September 2014. It is a free event aimed to improve awareness on issues connected to environment and climate change.
The two-day event is jointly hosted by London-based Sanskruti Centre and multi-location TERRE Policy Centre who is partner with United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP)-Climate and Clean Air Coalition and United Nations Safe Planet Campaign. The Venue is Digital Theatre, MML 306 Dollis Hill Lane, and NW2 6HH.
Baroness Verma, Parliamentary Under-Secretary will render the inaugural address on 12th September for State and junior Minister for Energy and Climate Change. Eminent speakers Sally Case, Chief Executive of David Shepherd Wildlife Foundation and Rajendra Shende, former Director of United NationsEnvironmental Program (UNEP) will also be speaking on the occasion. A short film on climate change will be shown thereafter.
On 13th, more films ranging about 5-14 minutes each in duration and connected to the Environment and impact of Climate Change on communities, biodiversity and culture will be screened. Films include Melting of Himalayas, Leopards in the Lurch, the Silenced Witness, The Last Dance etc. by acclaimed directors like Kalpana Subrahmanian, Ashima Narain, Gurmeet Sapal and Sonya Kapoor.
Guests (on both days) must be present by 5.30 pm. Drinks/light snacks are available.
Please RSVP firstname.lastname@example.org
Ragasudha Vinjamuri , Academic Tutor, University of Sunderland, Fellow, Royal Society of Arts, Director, Sanskruti Centre for Cultural Excellence
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