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Mumbai Mirror:- Kitchen Gardening Workshop was covered by Mumbai Mirror on 15 December 2018. Divya Bhaskar: Avi Sabavala our Trustee and Vice-chairman’s views on rhino were published in Divya Bhaskar in Baroda
1. Our 'Forest Walk at Green Valley Park, Belapur' event was covered by Hindustan Times on 7th July 2018.
2. Our 'Mothing camp' was covered by Hindustan Times on 20th July 2018.
The Indian Express:-
The Indian Express covered the article on 'National Moth Week' on 27 July 2018.
Millennial Matriarchs covered 'National Moth Week' event on 28th July 2018
http://nationalmothweek.org/2018/07/25/overnight-mothing-camp-led-by-indias-moth-lady-is-a-hit-in-mumbai/" rel="noopener" target="_blank">Read our National Moth week blog which was published on 25th July 2018
Our 'Mothing Event was covered by The Hindu newspaper on 22 nd July 2018.
Mumbai Mirror:- 'Our Monsoon Walk at Kharghar Valley event was covered by Mumbai Mirror on 8th June 2018.
Mumbai Mirror:- 'Kitchen gardening workshop' was covered by Mumbai Mirror on 17th May 2018
Mumbai Mirror:- 'Visit to Flamingo Sanctuary' event was covered by Mumbai Mirror on 25th May 2018.
HT: An Upcoming event of June 2018 was covered by Hindustan Times on 3 June 2018
1. Times of India: - Free Mangrove Walk at Talawe was covered by Times of India on 10th
2. Loksatta: - Our Wetland World: Mangrove Walk at Vashi was covered by Loksatta.
2. 'Lovely Lilies Trail' was also shot and covered by NMTV news. You can check out the full clip here.
1. Our Bee Amazed Workshop was covered by Mid-day on 16th August 2017.
2. Our bee Amazed workshop was also covered by Times of India on 19th August 2017.
2. Deccan Chronicle - http://epaper.deccanchronicle.com/articledetailpage.aspx?id=1655813
iNaturewatch, knowing ecosystems Interesting applications indicated especially for school-age children, to introduce them into the citizen science and know the various initiatives around this dynamic of participation. The applications, which were created under the project Mobile Apps 4 Climate Change and funded through an exchange program of students India-US, also aim to observe the changes that climate change is having on the different species that inhabit the surroundings of major Indian cities through its constant monitoring. They are easy to use and the content presented is enough, written in an understandable way for people not skilled in the art. However, some species are only represented by a single picture, and it would be interesting to increase this help section for easy identification.