Dharamshala, India: - Mountain Cleaners are a group of dedicated environmentalists who are committed to cleaning up India, little by little, through a combination of direct action, liaison and awareness raising.

Dharamshala- The last in a series on environmental talks on the ecological environment in Tibet have made a deep impression on the Tibetan youth in North India. The series of talks, which discuss Tibet's environment, were organized by the Department of Information and International Relations and the Education Department, and also commemorates the 75th birthday anniversary of His Holiness the Dalai Lama.

Dharamshala: - As Tibet's Yarlung Tsangpo (Hindi: Brahmaputra) - Asia´s biggest river -experiences its worst drought in the last 50 years, there are now reasons to wonder whether the western lifeline of the so called South-North Water Transfer Project will transport enough water for feeding the thirsty Northern China Plain.

Dharamshala: - This is part one in a series of three articles called Cleaning Up Dharamshala - When Garbage Builds Bridges. In the spirit of World Environment Day on June 5th, The Tibet Post International explores the pioneering waste management projects taking place in His Holiness, the Dalai Lama's town of residence, McLeod Ganj. For a more detailed introduction, see Cleaning Up Dharamshala - When Garbage Builds Bridges.

Dharamshala: I am in the middle of an interview with Jodie Underhill, from the Mountain Cleaners, in a café in Dharamshala's satellite town, Bhagsu, where changes are happening on the garbage-scene.

Dharamshala: - This is part two in a series of three articles called Cleaning Up Dharamshala - When Garbage Builds Bridges. In the spirit of World Environment Day on June 5, The Tibet Post International explores the pioneering waste management projects taking place in His Holiness the Dalai Lama's town of residence, McLeod Ganj. For a more detailed introduction, see Cleaning Up Dharamshala - When Garbage Builds Bridges. To read the first article, click here.

Dharamshala: - 5th June, 2011: Sunday evening saw the celebration of World Environment Day in a way less ubiquitous. Held on the terrace of Youngling School in Mcleodganj, Tribal Sounds for Planet Earth was a charity event that spread the message through action instead of words - with a background score of fusion music. A cohesive effort of a group of individuals working independently, the idea of Tribal Sounds was to create an evening filled with natural beauty and a curious blend of musical styles.

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