Posts Tagged ‘World Natural Heritage’

Emerging ripples in the environmental think-tank.

Jul 18, 2016 | Author: Rajendra Shende

Never before India’s nomination for UNESCO’s World Natural Heritage was linked to culture.This time it for it approved with accolades.  more

Two Years of Giving back -NewsLeTERRE

Nov 10, 2014 | Author: Rajendra Shende

earth-from-space-wallpaper-6 Nov 2014
Two years of NewsLeTERRE. Two years of adding meaning sustainable living. Two years of giving back, satisfaction and rejuvenation. Two years of Emergence of ideas of giving back to our TERRE.

United Nations Pipe-Dreams -Climate Change and Biodiversity

Oct 15, 2014 | Author: Rajendra Shende

UNSG Climate Summit
  Is a Global Climate Treaty Only a Pipe Dream? UN Secretary General wakes up the global leaders

Come September

Sep 09, 2014 | Author: Rajendra Shende

Come september UNSG sept 2014
Come September and TERRE has lined up events-Global and Local. TERRE is invited for UN Secretary General’s Climate Summit

Western Ghats Maratha Forts should be in the UNESCO’s World Heritage List

Feb 21, 2014 | Author: Rajendra Shende

Rajendra Shende gave interview to journalists  of  State of Maharashtra, India in Jan 2014 which was disseminated during conference held in one of the forts : Sajjan Gad near Mr. Shende’s home town

Biodiversity: Why should we care?

Oct 11, 2013 | Author: Rajendra Shende

lions - drinking-water
  Many have questioned me: if the evolution is the fundamental characteristic of the nature-where weak species vanish and strong survive, where stronger feeds on weaker, where faster grabs and nourishes over the slower, where one with sturdy  muscles and sharper teeth feasts on softer muscles-why at all we care for conservation of biodiversity?

TERRE Policy Centre Invited to speak on UNDP/GEF/IUCN event

Jun 20, 2013 | Author: Rajendra Shende

Small First Steps to begin the Long March

Apr 12, 2013 | Author: Rajendra Shende

Grama Sabha in Kasai Devi temple
Small Progress with Big Prospects World Natural Heritage Kaas Plateau Within a space of less than one year, a small and symbolic progress made by the local community around Kaas Plateau –one of the 39 sites in the Western Ghats of India that is inscribed by UNESCO as World Natural Heritage- goes on to support