A campaign to segregate garbage at source from among 700-odd households, eight schools, 35 commercial establishments, two auditoria and several hospitals will be launched on Harrington Road, Chetp... »
The Chennai Corporation has decided to redesign and develop footpaths in 249 bus routes in the city in the second phase of the footpath improvement scheme. The decision to invite bids to re... »13 comments
With the State government set to unveil a comprehensive solid waste management policy, The Hindu invited a number of experts to weigh in with their views, factoring in the city’s experiences »3 comments
For 83-year-old V. Balasubramaniam of Dr. Ranga Road, Mylapore, walking on the footpath is a Herculean task. Electricity junction boxes and parked vehicles obstruct his daily walk to a nearby park...
After serving in the army for 25 years, Colonel (retd.) Jason Peter was confronted with a battle of another kind – the street outside his home in Anna Nagar was filthy, strewn with garbage. And so...
If you are able to walk and see and are a determined pedestrian, Chennai’s apology for footpaths might still be negotiable. However, for those with disabilities, footpaths such as these are best a...
As part of The Hindu's My Chennai My Right campaign, workshops were conducted in Adyar on Saturday, September 7, and in Nungambakkam on Sunday, September 8. Speakers at the Clean Chennai @ Home workshops were Navneeth Raghavan an environment and waste management consultant, Preethi Sukumaran and Srinivas Krishnaswamy, co-founders of Krya consumer products. Photos by S.S. Kumar and M. Karunakaran
As part of The Hindu's My Chennai My Right campaign, we bring Clean Chennai to your homes, literally. The first Clean Chennai @ Home workshop was conducted in Adyar on Saturday, September 7, by experts Navneeth Raghavan, Preethi Sukumaran and Srinivas Krishnaswamy. Watch a short video of the proceedings as shot by our photographer M. Karunakaran