Youth’s Role in Restoring Our Earth: Talk Show By Sri Aurobindo College

Youth’s Role in Restoring Our Earth: Talk Show By Sri Aurobindo College

Live in each season as it passes; breathe the air, drink the drink, taste the fruit, and resign yourself to the influence of the Earth.” —Henry David Thoreau

Greetings everyone ✨✨

National Service Scheme ( Project वसुंधरा), Sri Aurobindo College , DU


A Webinar Cum talk show on

Theme :- “Youth’s Role in Restoring our Earth”

☘️☘️On the auspicious occasion of earth Day☘️☘️

🔴 Details of the Webinar

➡️Date :- 22nd April 2021
➡️ Day :- Thurday
➡️Time :- 4:00 pm onwards
➡️Platform :- Microsoft Teams

Guest Speakers


Mrs. Ranju Minhas is an educationist and
environmental crusader working towards
conservation of natural resources since 2005 and also the founder of “Shield Citizen’s Initiative” & Social enterprise , Pure Wash By Ranju Minhas promoting income generation from organic waste.

☘️ Mr Ajit Kumar

He is the founder of “Khushigram” and vision 2030 for recreating and reviving Happy Villages, Cities and Communities and also he has been doing social work and practical research on sustainable development since the early 90’s.

Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed citizens can change the world; indeed, it is the only thing that ever has.

So join us in the informative session through this link 👇👇👇

🪴🪴The earth is what we all have in common so let’s join together to know our role in saving this precious planet of ours.🌴🌴

In case of any discrepancy contact☎️
Ayushi Jaiswal
(Project Head)

Krishnakant Gupta
(Project Co – Head)

On the behalf of NSS president


Centralized Community Platform for Decentralized Local Communities

Centralized Community Platform for Decentralized Local Communities

Too much exposure to air pollution affects our health and immunity, making us susceptible to infections and diseases. Severely affects the vulnerable group of people including children, pregnant women, and the elderly raising their risk of getting COVID-19.

Air pollution might cause a rapid increase in the death rate due to COVID-19. And, that is why there is an urgent need for cleaner air which we can get from plants and trees.

There is a need for a centralized online community platform to run decentralized local communities of people who collaboratively work for a common goal, which is environmental sustainability.

Here comes the solution which is running as a pilot experiment to evaluate the platform feasibility, time, cost, risk, and performance.

104 users have chosen MGD Community Platform so far to collaborate and learn. I welcome you to experience MGD platform and share your valuable inputs.

Delhi Environment in March 2021

Delhi Environment in March 2021

On 14th March, the youth organized a street art for the awareness of climate change in Connaught Place. Outside the Palika, the youth tried to create awareness by drawing and making art.

On the same day, Young Child Activist Licypriya Kangujam and other activists removed about 15 kg of plastic from Deer Park in Delhi. Licypriya is a nine-year old environmental activist born in the state of Manipur in North East India.

In the first week of April 2021, Delhi’s environmental activist Pravin Mishra is going to hold a workshop on domestic waste management and composting. If you want to be a part of this workshop and make Delhi a garbage free state, then please attend such workshops of Pravin Ji.

Garbage mountains are increasing in Delhi, which needs to be controlled now. Delhi people will have to introduce waste management system at the colony or local level. If it is not controlled, then the day is not far when you will see garbage on the streets of Delhi.

The best way to dispose of wet waste is to make compost which can be used to grow trees and plants to make our city greener and cleaner. For this, a decentralized community of colony or local level needs to be created which works closely with the government.

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