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Shanthidhama, Challahalli, near Heserghatta

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Third event:
Planted 125+ and continuing further….

Inviting for Tree plantation at Shanthidhama, Challahalli, near Heserghatta to nature lovers.

We are creating a mini forest near Hesaraghatta in a protected land of 2.5 acres with numerous species including few uncommon and western ghat species. The area consists of 2 man made lakes to harvest rain water and all pits are interconnected with water lanes. Pits have been dug already. Each tree will be tagged with Tree ID and donor’s name. Trees will be guarded and saplings will be maintained for 3 years.

How you can support us?
• By volunteering to plant the saplings.
• By adopting a tree by individual or by company. Your tree will be tagged with your name.
• By donating 150 INR for each tree and donation will be exempted under 80G of Income tax act.

For more detail visit http://letsintegrateforenvironment.blogspot.in/2013/06/shanthidhama-mini-forest-project-near.html

Contact Harsha 9902200441
Date 15- June-2013
From 9AM
Location lat 13.217417N Long 77.499595 E
Bus route From KBS to Challahalli: 285RB, 285R, 285RA

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source : http://letsintegrateforenvironment.blogspot.in/2012/07/nature-walk-lalbagh-botanical-garden.html

Discover the secret lives of our heritage trees and more. Our nature loving guides Ulhas Anand and
T.S.Srinivas will walk you through this public park that has undergone a series of historical
transformation through centuries. Expand your knowledge and skills, using all senses to
explore nature in a new way or simply immerse yourself in the sounds of
nature orchestrated by chirping birds as you walk along.

Date:-22-July-2012
Starting point:-The walk will start at the Base of the unique Lalbagh Rock, that is rich in history, which also is of special interest to geologists.
Directions:- Enter from the Double Road (KH Rd) Gate. Parking available inside.
Start time:- 8:00 am sharp!
We’d amble around at leisure within the woodland habitat of the 240 acre Botanical Garden, covering as much distance as necessary in about 3 hours time.

Tickets :- Rs200/head
Call/ sms:- +91 9008416085 +91 9902200441
Book by email at sapna.sb@gmail.com, a confirmation e-mail/sms will be sent to you with payment options.

Walk highlights:- We’d take in the sights and sounds, learning about every living creature that we encounter – from a tiny ant to the tallest tree.
The walk will introduce many of the avenue trees, common birds & butterflies, and the little known and seldom observed smaller creatures that one commonly sees in the city. This will help you further develop your interest in wildlife photography, travel writing, and nature sketching by teaching basic identification techniques and introducing you to a wealth of information. The group will be led by naturalists with over20 years experience in the field.

Dress in:-Something comfortable.
Put on:- A cap or a hat helps in the sun, Umbrella that helps in rain.
Grab on:-Water bottle, pen, and book
Slip on or into:-Footwear that don’t hamper walking,
Extras:-Binoculars & cameras.
Photographers should respect the time of others on the walk as well and not straggle away or detain the group just to get a shot.

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A bus ticket to ride on 4th of every month
TIMES NEWS NETWORK

Bangalore: Show that you care for Bangalore by not using your vehicle
on the 4th day of every month. This is what the BMTC wants to convey
through its ‘Bus Day’ initiative on February 4.
  In case the 4th day of a certain month coincides with a public
holiday, it will be observed the next day.
  What is ‘Bus Day’? BMTC officials say it’s an initiative to
encourage every Bangalorean to use public transport. The campaign also
encourages companies to use their own buses on that day. The
initiative will start in two corridors — city centre to ITPB and
Electronic City.
  Transport secretary M K Shankaralinge Gowda on Tuesday said there
are 35 lakh vehicles in Bangalore, of which 50% are two-wheelers and
20% four-wheelers. “There are at least 6,000
buses for public transport and 3,000 private ones. If people commute
in buses at least once a month, traffic and environment will improve
greatly,” he said.

COORDINATION IN PROGRESS

BMTC officials met companies and NGOs from ITPB and Electronic City.
“Some firms are sending emails to their employees about the programme.
We also want to study traffic pattern before and after ‘Bus Day’. If
the campaign is successful, it will be taken up on other routes,”
Shankaralinge Gowda added.
  BMTC MD Syed Zameer Pasha said the corporation will increase bus
services along the two routes on that day. According to officials,
shuttle service will be provided for last-mile connectivity in both
routes.

http://epaper.timesofindia.com/Daily/skins/TOINEW/navigator.asp?Daily=TOIBG&showST=true&login=default&pub=TOI

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Like millions of people around the world I’ve been shocked by the
terrible events in Haiti.

Only now is the true scale of the disaster emerging. Reports now
suggest as many as 50,000 people may have died, with hundreds of
thousands made homeless.

The work ahead to recover from this tragedy is immense. So here’s our
goal: $890 million for Haiti. That’s how much Haiti owes to the
International Monetary Fund, the Inter-American Development Bank, and
a handful of others.

Sign the petition below to ask Haiti’s creditors to act quickly and
cancel Haiti’s debts:

http://one.org/international/actnow/haiti/index.html?rc=haiti

As Haiti begins to rebuild we can help by lifting this debt.

Together as ONE we can make a difference!

Thanks!

 http://www.letsintegrateforenvironment.blogspot.com/
http://oaksage.wordpress.com/

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As a part of our Eco-Club activities we are conducting waste audit and
kite flying for school children in Siddaganga public school.

Tentative agenda:

15 mins: Recap of previous events and assignments.
45 mins: audit by children on identifying waste at school premises,
guided by LIFE volunteers. (3- 4 groups will be made form ECO club)
15 mins: mapping goal to eliminate waste.
15 min open item and conclusion like implementing to reduce waste
(your current year project at SPS)

We are also planning for teaching Kids to make Kites out of waste
plastic and organise a kite flying which is safe for birds too.
We intend to make children aware of flying kites without causing any
harm to birds
Kite should be made form waste plastic.We have already given some
ideas for re-using plastics.
We will display kite flying instructions in the school .Please go
through the link below and suggest for improvements.
http://letsintegrateforenvironment.googlegroups.com/web/makara%20sankranthi.pdf?gsc=bvNM1wsAAADfx9KL1I3HRrdwQ1e2rNz5

Volunteers required-
1) We need one volunteer to teach making kite with waste plastic to
students.The school is near chandra layout.
2)Volunteers to be a part of our eco-schools initiative.
You can contact
Sapna- sapna.sb@gmail.com (9008416085)

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From Lets.integrate,for.environment” group.

Dear all,
We would like to invite you to attend a meeting to discuss and plan
for the events for first quarter of Jan 2010 on Jan9th.

Please note the meeting details.

Date-Jan 09 2010
Time – 2.00pm
Venue-My residence
73/5, 4th Main,
Lakshminarayan layout, Munnekollal,
Marathahalli,
Bangalore 560037
Contact-
Sapna-9008416085
Harsha-9902200441
Kindly confirm if you can make it to the meeting.

Thanks & Best regards
Sapna

Google Groups “Lets.integrate,for.environment” group.
 letsintegrateforenvironment@googlegroups.com.

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We are visiting kaggaladu on 14th nov, to have a discussion with
vilalge panchayat members and then distribute sweets and crayons to
the government school students.

Time :- 8.00 am
Where to meet :- KSRTC bus stand.
Mode of transportation:- KSRTC bus.
Return by:- 4.00pm
Expenses:-80 Rs to Sira, 10-20 Rs for local bus from sira to
kaggaladu. ( Total -200 Rs)
Painted storks may arrive by the end of this month.After which we are
doing a bird census.

 letsintegrateforenvironment@googlegroups.com
 
 For more options, visit this group at http://groups.google.co.in/group/letsintegrateforenvironment?hl=en-GB

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