Manchahat Apartments in Dwarka got workshop on Waste and Climate Change

Team Rise Foundation in association with City Spidey delivered a workshop on Waste Management, Climate Change and possible solutions at personal and community level on 1st May 2022.

The apartment also conducted a poster competition on the occasion of Earth Day on 22nd April 2022. The topics were “Save Mother Earth ” and “Say NO to Plastic”.

More than 15 children participated in the Poster competition. Some of the childs got awarded for the beautiful posters.

Ms Monita Dhingra , renowned artist from Dwarka judged the competition and presented with certificates and prizes to the children.

While workshop on following topics given to the residents:

1.Waste Management Situation in Delhi and Dwarka

2. Climate Change and Its impact

3. Plastic Pollution and Ecobricks

Madhukar Varshney and Munish Kundra from Rise Foundation made the gathering aware of how to manage waste at the source level and how an individual can contribute to minimising the greenhouse effect. Munish Kundra urged the people to condemn single-use plastic in daily life. He also demonstrated how to manage such plastic by making eco-bricks. Kids of the society also took part in the interaction on the subject and shared their knowledge and asked queries to the experts.

Madhukar Varshney urged to all residents to do home composting or community composting.

Home Composting benefits the climate in a few different ways, including by reducing greenhouse gas emissions at landfills, by promoting uptake of carbon dioxide by vegetation, and by making our plants and gardens more resilient to the effects of climate change.
The use of compost provides numerous greenhouse gas benefits, both directly through carbon sequestration and indirectly through improved soil health, reduced soil loss, increased water infiltration and storage, and reduction in other inputs.

Management of the society appreciated the efforts of CitySpidey and Rise Foundation on the subject of environmental protection.  President of the society, SB Soni said, “This was a good event and more such events would be organised in the future to sensitise the community. It was moral boosting that small kids took interest in such subject and participated.”

Secretary of the society, KL Tripathi gave his thanks to CitySpidey and Rise Foundation for the event and said, “This was a wonderful event and we would like to do more such events.”

About CitySpidey:

CitySpidey is a young, vibrant, multimedia lifestyle and community news platform since 2014. We are present on the web, app, podcast and video enabled reporting, to bring to you the rich cultural heritage of India, local community happening, holistic health reviews, music, travel, entertainment, and educational contents. Going forward we intend to strengthen our bond with the users by bringing culture, lifestyle, and fine arts involving performing artists, scholars, writers, painters, and community users. Under the new avatar, our young team of content creators would aim to keep the platform vibrant, attractive, current, and relevant for our informed users. You can get more information at

For conducting such workshops in your society or area , reach us thru email : or at +91 97764262 (Madhukar Varshney)


Published by RISE Foundation

NGO Working in Waste Managament, Environmrnt Protection and Women Empowerment

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