Last Sunday we had a very successful public clean up event. We called it the Laxman Jhula Divine Mega-Clean Up Day. Our local reporter on the site (also the author of 99.9% of this blog) Ms. C Telfer, did a write up to submit to the English press here in India. The title is a response to the fact that there is a certain way of thinking where people
here feel it is fine to throw plastic into the Ganges or generaly polute the local environment because "Ganga will take care of it.." or "God will take care of it.." Hmm..:
Giving God a Helping Hand
Are you worried about how the
ts waters? Would you like to be part of the solution? Do you think it’s time to do something about this situation? Well, you are not alone.
As part of the global campaign ‘Clean up the World’, Clean Himalaya, a Rishikesh-based solid waste management NGO, organised their ‘Divine Mega Clean Up Day’ last Sunday.
The garbage on the banks of the
Clean Himalaya addressed the practical issue of garbage removal on Sunday, from both the banks of the
Many people expressed their delight and support of the Clean
Clean Himalaya’s goals are to continue to expand its operation in the Ganga and