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Wildlife: National Parks in India – Part 1

September 22, 2020 by Pooja

 Hello Green Brigadiers,

Today I am going to share some collective information on “Top 10 National Parks in India”.

Before that, let us know about very basic information mentioned below:

What is WildLife? :

Wildlife traditionally refers to undomesticated animal species, but has come to include all organisms that grow or live wild in an area without being introduced by humans

Importance of WildLife :

  • Ecological Balance
  • Gene Bank
  • Plant Propagation
  • Cleaning of Environment
  • Control of Pollution
  • Soil Erosion
  • Perennial Fresh Water

Types:

  • Birds
  • Mammals
  • Reptiles
  • Amphibians
  • Fish
  • Invertebrates
  • Plants & Fungi

National Parks:

India’s first national park was established in 1936 as Hailey National Park, now known as Jim Corbett National ParkUttarakhand.

As of May 2020, there were 105 national parks encompassing an area of 40,501.13 km2 (15,637.57 sq. mi).

  • Click on the below link to checkout details on Top 10 National Parks in India

Top 10 National Parks of India

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Waste Management – Hazardous Waste.

September 20, 2020 by JAYE VIGNESHWAR

We all now know very well about Bio Degradable and Non Bio Degradable waste. But what most of us ignore or not aware of is Hazardous Waste like “E-Wastes, Medicinal Wastes, and Chemical Wastes”

Now almost every home is a potential ground for such wastes to be generated. All that we need to do is safely identify the wastes and talk to the Workers coming to collect the waste about if they have a segregation and process to handle hazardous wastes. If the answer is not convincing, keep the waste safe with you and discard only when you are sure that this will not reach the land fill and hard.

–A Jaye Vigneshwar

A pile of Hazardous wastes collected over a period of time awaiting a right channel for recycling.

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My Eco Switch

September 20, 2020 by JAYE VIGNESHWAR

To Start is the easiest thing in the world. To be Consistent is the toughest.

Plastic is one of the wonderful discovery by the man kind which is also the most exploited. If plastics were used wisely, Today we might not be in a position to “Say No for Plastics”. This post is about, how carefully I was able to avoid plastics over a period of few years in my home and still continuing towards zero plastic.

Started with the strategy of one step at a time.

  1. If anything that’s made of plastic should get into our home, we ensured that it’s the only option upto our knowledge.
  2. At present all plastic water bottles in our home are Steel and Glass Bottles. I don’t even remember the last time I bought a Bottled Water bottle.
  3. All Air Tight Tupperware containers are replaced with Air Tight Steel Water Bottles with wider Neck which makes it easy for storing all types of Dal.
  4. All Buckets and Mugs are replaced with Aluminum Buckets and Mugs.
  5. Plastic Clips, Nylon Ropes are replaced with Rust Free Galvanized Iron Strings and Steel Clips.
  6. Rubber Mats are in the process of being replaced with Jute Mats.

Change is inevitable, early adaption is the best. Change before it could hurt.

–A Jaye Vigneshwar

Air Tight Steel Bottles to Store Various Types of Dals.

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Steel Clips.

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Aluminum Bucket and Mug.

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