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"Greenpeace in India backed by lakhs of supporters from across the country will keep using peaceful confrontation to expose environmental problems, hold polluters and those who violate our laws across the world to account and ensure that as India develops, it does so without destroying what we love best about it. We can’t do it without you. Because you give Greenpeace a lot of strength and support so it can continue to do it's work.
As an organisation, all we want to do is make sure that our beautiful country is fit to live in for our children and their children. We might appear to be a pain in the neck but we won’t stop speaking up for those who don’t have a voice. That’s because we act based on our values. And one of our values is that if we see something wrong, we don’t cross the road and ignore it, we do something about it. We just can’t help it, its part of our DNA." - Samit Aich, Greenpeace India, Executive Director

http://www.greenpeace.org/india/en/Get-Involved/No-Economy-without-Ecology/

The latest updates

 

We’ve done our bit. Now it’s your turn.

Feature story | February 6, 2006 at 4:30

NEW DELHI, India — Even as the experts ponder technicalities, venerable judges sit behind closed doors and examine legalities, politicians take positions (or remain clueless), the toxic Clemenceau is being tugged without let or hindrance to the...

What does it take to get a Minister to act?

Feature story | January 19, 2006 at 4:30

DELHI, India — 10 Greenpeace activists. 10 barrels marked toxic. 3500 Indian citizens, from eight cities across the country. All urging the minister to do the right thing and send the Clemenceau back to France until it has been decontaminated.

India, Egypt, France… the axis of amateurs?

Feature story | January 18, 2006 at 4:30

Here, in a very brittle nutshell, are the events of the past week.

Defending the Olive Ridleys: MV Sugayatri

Feature story | January 16, 2006 at 4:30

ORISSA, India — Curious and interested fishermen watch as a giant turtle, at least 10 feet in diameter, bobs benignly beside their boats. This isn't a scene from a science fiction movie. It's the launch of Greenpeace India's latest, most...

France sends India a New Year gift.

Feature story | January 12, 2006 at 4:30

What do you do when a 27,000 tonne ‘Weapon of Mass Destruction’ heads towards a vulnerable target? If you are Greenpeace, you do your utmost to stop it. Early this morning our activists intercepted the Clemenceau off the coast of Egypt, calling...

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