Dear Friend,

DOWN TO EARTH Magazine’s 26thYear+World Environment Day

Weat the Down To Earth magazine take this opportunity, when we have
entered the 26th year of publishing, to thank the millions of Down To
Earth (DTE) readers down the years who have stood by us and shaped
this magazine. DTE is grateful to every single one right from our
earliest subscribers in May 1992 to the ones who have joined the DTE
family over the years.We invite you to join our family of DTE
Subscribers and support us in spreading the green message.

The World Environment Day celebrated on June 5 adds to this joyous
occasion and we pledge once again to continue with the traditions and
standards set by our Founder, the late Anil Agarwal. Being a true
visionary he wanted DTE to be the one-stop source for people to
understand and address the environmental issues, and it has lived up
to its commitment.

Though he is sadly no more, his passion for research to tackle the
environment issues and guide students, academicians, decision makers
and professionals have lived on through his team and the Down To Earth
magazine. In today’s world DTE is more relevant than when it was
conceived and DTE striding successfully into its 26th year of
publishing is a clear sign of its usefulness. You can get to know more
about Down To Earth by visiting us at:


You can click on the “Subscribe” button, when you visit our above
mentioned site, for ordering online immediately. You can otherwise
send us a Cheque, drawn in favour of “Society for Environmental
Communications”, along with your order. 

SPECIAL OFFER — To celebrate DTE entering its 26th year & World
Environment Day

• On 1-Year subscription — CSE’s eco-friendly Jute Bag

• On 2-Year subscription — “Down To Earth” Cotton T-Shirt 

• On 3-Year subscription — New Eco-friendly “Organic Cotton

A one-year subscription to the fortnightly DTE English Print magazine
entitles you to 24 issues in a year — to remain totally updated
fortnightly. You also get the Digital edition of the magazine
absolutely free. Besides these two you also get a free monthly
supplement Gobar Times, which is a fun magazine for beginners to
understand science and environmental issues in a breezy way. 

You could even opt for a 2-month (4 issues) trial subscription
(Rs.100) to begin with. This trial subscription could be converted to
a full subscription later on by paying the balance amount!! All these
offers are valid strictlyfor those residing in India only.

Thanks and regards.

T R Ramachandran

Deputy General Manager

Society for Environmental Communications

41, Tughlakabad Institutional Area

New Delhi – 110 062

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