Terrace Gardens of Delhi NCR

Terrace Gardens of Delhi NCR

Here I am sharing beautifully maintained terrace gardens of Delhi NCR. People of Delhi NCR have shown their passion for green living by planting flowers, vegetables, fruits, medicinal plants, and trees in their homes. And space constraints in a city have never stopped them to start terrace gardens in their balconies and rooftops.

Terrace gardening has numerous benefits from keeping the heat under control, relieving mental fatigue in this stressful city life, and providing a habitat to pollinators that maintain biodiversity.

To start an interaction with these environment enthusiasts, please feel to join the MGD Community platform. The community also educates us on managing kitchen waste to create manure using various composting methods required to enrich soil and plants on the terrace garden.

Saranendu Chaki, Chitranjan Park

I am Saranendu Chaki, based in Delhi, a filmmaker by profession, gardening is a hobby accidentally got into but now started doing it as my stress buster…

I believe the only and the easiest way to contribute to our society and world at large is to grow plants…

Sharmila Malik

Delhi Nature Lover Youtube channel cover Gardening, Home Decor, Lifestyle, Beauty, Make-up, Skin Care, Hair Care, Home Cooking, DIY crafts and Space management tips.

Contact Sharmila Malik at delhinaturelover7@gmail.com.

Namita Dewan, Paschim Vihar, West Delhi

This is the terrace garden of one of the Mission Green Delhi community members.

Umesh Jain, Rohini Sector 16

Monica Sharma

Paras, Uttam Nagar

To list down your terrace garden/balcony garden or nursery here, please feel free to email us at missiongreendelhi@gmail.com or WhatsApp us at 9910162399.

Details should include your photograph with your terrace garden, 3-4 lines description about it, your phone number, and location in Delhi NCR where you stay.

Plantation drive at Ghazipur Landfill

Plantation drive at Ghazipur Landfill

SayTrees in association with volunteers did a plantation drive at Ghazipur landfill. After landfill cleaning, the team and volunteers planted 1000 trees.

SayTrees is a professionally run group of ordinary people extraordinarily determined to protect the environment not just by themselves, but also by sensitising others towards the importance of environment conservation and goading them on to participate in tree-plantation campaigns. 

Thanks, team Vikram Bery, Saurabh Jain, Mohit ji for contributing to this plantation drive and sharing this story with Mission Green Delhi Community.

Where does Delhi get water from?

Where does Delhi get water from?

90 percent of water in Delhi comes from sources like the Ganges and Yamuna rivers which originate from the mountains of Uttarakhand state. The water of these rivers is filtered by ten water treatment plants in Delhi and is supplied to the houses of Delhiites by 120 reservoirs or reservoirs. Water samples from the water treatment plant are then tested against the standards of the BIS (Bureau of Indian Standards).

Today it is important to understand the lack of clean drinking water in Delhi and it is important for the people of Delhi to be aware of the water wastage. If we continue to waste groundwater in this way and do not understand the value of water coming from rivers, then soon one will have to yearn for each drop of water.

So let’s join those who are doing the work of transporting wastewater into the earth with the help of new technology & methods. Let’s support those who are bringing new ideas of water conservation and groundwater recharge into practice. Mission Green Mumbai NGO and Center for Science and Environment(CSE) have been very active in helping schools in executing water conservation and groundwater recharge systems.

While the government is planning several water treatment plants to filter the clean water, citizens also have to take initiatives to conserve water in our homes and in our society and colony. Preserving life sources trees and the life sources of trees, water, has become another goal of Mission Green Delhi Community today.

Come and join the Mission Green Delhi Community Platform and talk about the problems related to water, and talk about what we can do as a citizen and how we can connect with the government.

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