Campaign blogs

Greenpeace campaigners share experiences and information about the issues they work on. You can find the latest blogs covering Greenpeace campaigns, written by Greenpeace experts right here.

  • The Ghosts of Coal

    Blogpost by Sajan Ponappa - April 21, 2017 at 12:12

    The Ghosts of Coal Read more >

  • Up In the Air: Cyclists See A New Future in Delhi

    Blogpost by Karthikeyan Hemalatha - April 21, 2017 at 10:30

    The first thought that crossed my mind when I read about Delhi’s plans to construct a 6 km elevated corridor was: how difficult it’s going to be to go up that corridor!

    While I have a cycle that has 24 gears (makes it a breeze to tackle the uneven terr... Read more >

  • The Amazon Reef is a fascinating puzzle. Here’s what we know so far.

    Blogpost by Greenpeace UK - April 17, 2017 at 15:03

    Let’s find out what makes this place so special — and how we can get the oil companies to leave it in peace. 

    1. It’s in one of the most beautiful regions on Earth

    Ok, let’s get our bearings. The River Amazon meets the Atlantic Ocean in northern Bra... Read more >

  • Busting The “Pesticides Are A Necessary Evil” Myth

    Blogpost by Shivani Shah - April 8, 2017 at 12:19

    The UN Calls The Bluff on Pesticides’ Industry

    I am relieved and yet I find myself furious...ly typing away as I repeat what ecologists and sustainable agriculture experts have been trying to say for a very very long time. And what has been echoed in... Read more >

  • No fleeing the fly ash curse for Kuruvimedu residents

    Blogpost by Karthikeyan Hemalatha - April 5, 2017 at 20:20

    A version of this blog was first published on Times of India

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    Finding Kuruvimedu isn’t easy. It is not on Google Maps. People on the main road didn’t seem to be aware of such a village. Tucked behind NTPC’s coal-based thermal power plant in Vallur,... Read more >

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