GreenLeap Delhi

GreenLeap Delhi This is an initiative by Department of Environment and Forest, Delhi Government. Sensitizing the citizens to minimize the use of plastic bags.

The Department of Environment has been assigned responsibility of improving the overall Environmental Quality in Delhi. The Department is actively engaged in overall environmental assessment, monitoring, protection and awareness rising among the people of Delhi. Multi-dimensional approach is being adopted by the Department for promotion, conservation and preservation of Environment. The activities

of Department of Environment are:

Motivating citizens of Delhi to keep surroundings clean and green. Promoting an ethos of conservation of water by minimizing the use of water and wastage of water. Motivating the citizens to imbibe habits and life styles supportive of minimum waste generation, source separation of waste, disposing off the waste at the nearest storage point. Composting horticulture waste, to use it as manure for kitchen gardens, nurseries, parks etc. Creating awareness among public and sanitary workers to stop the indiscriminate burning of waste/leaves that causes air pollution. Not to throw them in public places as they choke drains and sewers. Being non-biodegradable they cause water logging and provide breeding ground for mosquitoes. Also, to encourage the use of eco-friendly alternatives like jute, cloth and recycled paper bags, etc. Organizing Tree plantation programmes in schools, residential areas, parks, industrial areas etc. Creating awareness for celebrating festivals like Dusshera, Diwali, Holi in an eco friendly manner. Educating the citizens about reuse of waste material by promoting the concept of the three R's i.e. Reduce, Reuse and Recycle. Coordinating with the various Departments/Agencies to combat climate change issues such as energy conservation, water conservation by recycling of water, rain water harvesting, green building concept, use of renewable energy, installation of CFL, promotion of battery operated vehicle. Our official blog is:

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: On this day in 2014, we faced Ranchi Rays (then Ranchi Rhinos) on our homeground. The stars were in our favour as we defeated them 1-0.


Composting is easy and it’s environment-friendly too.

Follow this and stop burning leaves.


A plant grows into a tree and serves many generations to come.

Go green. Save future.


Be the change you want to see.


: Litter actually lasts this long?

Let’s take a pledge; say no to littering!


It’s high time. Stop being a litter bug!


Don’t ruin their natural abode by dumping waste into water.

Save Nature!


Removing litter costs everyone who pays taxes.

So better think twice before you dispose anything like that!


Isn’t this picture self-explanatory?


: 7 billion tons of debris enter the world oceans annually, most of which is long-lasting plastic.


Have you ever followed this?


If he can make the right move, what stops you?


Instead of , put leaves and other waste in the compost and eventually use it as a

natural fertilizer. Isn't it a great alternative?


Fascinating, isn't it?


Wouldn't rains be more enjoyable if roads are litter-free?

Think upon and stop littering!


: Delhi, the third greenest city, has the highest number of parks in India.

Guess how many?

a. 500

b. 1000

c. 15000


Look at this village in Kerala.

Don’t you want Delhi to be so green and clean?

Support the cause and stop littering!


We are destroying Mother Earth to make our lives better. Is it really getting better?


Well, why can't you Delhi? What's your excuse?


A lot has improved for Yamuna over the years.

Let's keep working hard to make it the most beautiful river!


Take a (Green) Leap of Faith ! Save the environment...


: Jute is a renewable and sustainable resource. Moreover, it has a life span of over a thousand plastic bags. Say No To bags.


We can surely stop littering any day, provided, we change our attitude right away! What say?


Have you ever encouraged cleanliness in your society?


Billions of plastic bags are used once and thrown away. Switch to jute bags instead which can be used everyday.


: More than 300 million tons of plastic is produced in the world each year. But only 1-3% of plastic bags are recycled worldwide. Say NO to plastic bags!


Littering releases toxins into the water, blocks natural drainage and leads to stagnation of ponds. How can we control it?

(a) By placing trash bins at proper places

(b) By educating people towards cleanliness

(c) By imposing fines on littering


Switch burning of leaves with composting and mulching. Click here and see how easy it is.

Don't burn your leaves, don't send leaves to a landfill. Save them. They are great resource. Stupid.


: Plastic is a petroleum-based product. Moreover, it takes up to 1000 years on land and up to 450 years in water to decompose.

Would you still use plastic bags?


Littering is hazardous for our health and society. Let’s cultivate cleanliness and stop littering. Will you?


Jute bags are not only eco-friendly but also strong, trendy and reusable.

So quit using plastics and join the trend.


Replace burning of leaves with as it

(a) Enhances soil fertility

(b) Reduces yard waste

(c) Controls pollution

Will you practice it?


You might have spotted gardeners burning leaves around the garden. What is the most effective tool to stop this practice?

a. Stop them right away

b. Educate them about harmful effects of burning leaves

c. Support 'mulching' campaign

d. Report to concerned authorities


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Tuesday 9am - 5pm
Wednesday 9am - 5pm
Thursday 9am - 5pm
Friday 9am - 5pm
Saturday 9am - 5pm
Sunday 9am - 5pm


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Since 20th November 2015, the city government has made use of only Rs 281.5 crore of the Rs 1,298 crore gathered as ''environment cess'' on green projects, as per response to an RTI application filed by Amit Gupta who is a social activist.

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Our experience tells us that a majority of the plastic we collect contains- chips packets, guthka packets, PET bottles ,caps and straws. Such wrappers when thrown in open has two implication for the ecology-
1- It can be fed by any living creature.
2-It stops the water from permeating in the soil.
There have been instances where animals found dead had enormous amount of plastic in their stomach. In a chilling example of the harm caused by the indiscriminate use and disposal of plastics,a cow was found to have ingested vast quantities of waste resulting in a life threatening condition, quite impossible to detect. The plastics caused severe pain to the animal, and it was observed to frequently kick its stomach with its legs. Subsequently, the yield of milk also dropped.
This requires just a small change in behavior.
Lets take a pledge of "My Plastic My Responsibility" and witness how such a small change can bring about revolution in solving the plastic problem.
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The scale of the mess we leave behind is proportionate to the level of respect we have for others. The garbage, so smelly, so disgusting, so unhygienic which you don't even wanna look at, we pick it up. Not because we have done it, but because we cannot leave it. What's the idea of having maids cleaning your home and you maintaining hygiene with sanitizer bottles just because it's your home! Isn't the environment yours? Aren't you gonna live in it? Stop cutting the branch that we are sitting on. Let's start disposing the waste at the proper places, because we have to live here and we have to keep it clean.
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Go clean, Go green.
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