Birdwatching is a great, low cost hobby to get in to. It can all start in the convenient setting of your garden. You don’t even need binoculars or spotting scopes! All you need is a window overlooking the garden, a keen eye, patience and a very simple bird identification guide.
EcoSikhUK hosted the first virtual conference to mark the Sikh New Year and World Sikh Environment Day on the 14th March 2021. Attendees from around the world listened to speakers on topics such as the farmers protest, biodiversity loss, racism in environmentalism and the work that individuals can do to help restore nature and combat climate change.
Eco-Sikh UK will be holding the first ever World Sikh Environment Day Conference on Sunday 14th Marchfrom 2pm. The event will bring together academics, activists, campaigners and experts to discuss some of the biggest environmental challenges we face today.
We welcome in the mid-February to mid-March Sangraad month of Phagun (ਫੱਗਣ).
Check this short-animated video below by Prince Singh to help better understand these laws and what they mean for farmers.
This is a great way to get near our feathered friends. If you want to attract a large number of birds, you will need to feed the birds high quality food.
We welcome in the mid-November Sangraad month of Maghar (ਮੱਘਰ).
The Sikh community in Leeds will be launching Bring a Spade Day – in a bid to raise £9000 to plant over 550 trees to commemorate the birth anniversary of Sri Guru Nanak Dev Ji.
Katak is a time when death is occurring in nature. Leaves are falling from the trees, flowers are dying and animals are going into hibernation. Nature has created death only then to create life again six months later in the spring months of March and April.
Earth Overshoot Day is an initiative of Global Footprint Network, an international research organisation that is changing the way the world measures and manages its natural resources.