Can we clean up the air we breathe or have we reached a point of no return? We ask experts what can be done even as 13 of the 20 most polluted cities in the world are right here in India. Watch #CleanAirMyRight as we look for solutions for a cleaner air and a healthier life.

Naina Kidwai, India chairperson of HSBC has edited a book containing 30 essays by women who lead large organisations in India. In this special episode of Nothing But the Truth, Karan Thapar discusses how difficult it is for women to rise to the top.

प्यासी दिल्ली, सरकार खामोश, इस मुद्दे पर बात करने के लिए आईबीएन7 के साथ दिल्ली से मौजूद हैं आम आदमी पार्टी के प्रवक्ता सोमनाथ भारती, कांग्रेस की प्रवक्ता अमृता धवन, स्टूडियो में मौजूद हैं बीजेपी नेता अश्विनी उपाध्याय, और सेंटर फॉर साइंड एंड एनवायरनमेंट यानी सीएसई की वॉटर टीम के प्रमुख सुरेश रोहिला।

Mon, 2014-06-23 (All day)

In India Tulika Verma is on a mission to ban junk food from Delhi’s schools – where over one in six schoolchildren are overweight. Western-style diets and processed food are becoming ever more popular in India’s cities, while traditional, healthy, sustainable foods are being forgotten. India’s on the edge of two possible futures: a future that’s well fed and healthy; or a future of ‘Western-style’ diets and a public health epidemic of obesity.

Note: A series of 6 x 25-min films exploring key questions around global food security

This public service advertisement produced by Centre for Science and Environment (CSE) is to promote rainwater harvesting as the lesson from the past, which provides us the solution for the future. The spot revolves around the concept of catching rain in a neighbourhood, creating a cascading effect. People begin to collect water in a variety of objects and in fact, in anything they can lay their hands on. Using a medley of emotions –wonder, comic and even the absurd – the idea that rainwater harvesting is a community effort and it is about building a sharing and caring society is subtly woven in.

Eco friendly immersion of idols after Dura Puja, Chittaranjan Park, 52 Pocket, New Delhi

Dakshin Palli Durga Puja Samiti of Chittranjan Park, Pocket 52, New Delhi decided to go green this year and took a decision not to immerse the idol in the river Yamuna. This video shows immersion of the biodegradable idol of Goddess Durga in large tank made of galvanized iron sheets.

Hundreds of people on 25 stationary bicycles switched on the sun on World Environment Day on June 5 at Dilli Haat in Delhi. Delhites came together and pedalled away to claim their right to sustainable energy in a first of its kind bike-a-thon organised by Greenpeace in association with 92.7 BIG FM. The event was an attempt to highlight that Delhi residents have the capacity to generate their own uninterrupted and clean supply of electricity by installing solar panels on their rooftops.