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25 years on, Chernobyl horrors don’t stop

Blog entry by Reema Ganguly | April 28, 2011

Behind the window. The wind behind the window, bends the branches of the trees. So does life, it bends me really hard. I sit alone and I am dreaming about something, but you will not know about this never. I will live through all...

The Djinn escaped in Chernobyl that day

Blog entry by Hozefa Merchant | April 27, 2011

For Valentina Burakova – a 69 year old victim, the word Djinn has a special significance. She uses it often to describe what happened in Chernobyl on the 26th of April 1986. On being asked whether she holds any grudges against those...

Facebook and the Earth Day Challenge

Blog entry by Casey Harrell | April 22, 2011

Readers of this blog know the campaign to get Facebook to Unfriend Coal .  Since we first asked Facebook to power its services with renewable power in 2010, over 700,000 Greenpeace supporters have joined us. This campaign is about the...

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