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.

Delhi’s Potter & Artisan Community Upliftment along with Clean Energy Solutions

Delhi’s Potter & Artisan Community Upliftment along with Clean Energy Solutions

Kanika Pal after leaving her job in the CSR domain started SoCHE Foundation, an organization in Delhi that works in offering Solutions for Clean and Healthy Environments, and started environment conservation along with social upliftment of pottery and artisan community in Delhi.

 SoCHE Foundation’s flagship initiative Project Maati Milaap aimed to improve environmental practices in the making of pottery products and the forgotten handicrafts in order to make them more environment friendly. Organization is running pilot projects across Delhi and Barmer, Rajasthan.

Come and let’s learn from Kanika Pal’s wonderful initiative for Delhi’s potter’s and artisan community.

Visit sochefoundation.com for more info.

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