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  • Saving Sumatran Tigers: Learnings and State of Affairs

    Blogpost by Avimuktesh Bhardwaj - September 29, 2014 at 14:17

    27 September 2014

    The palm oil industry, which supplies raw ingredients to various other industries across food and personal care sectors, has reached a tipping point from where it can look forward to a sustainable future.

     

    It is a common argument today that development can only happen at the cost of environment. And we must cut forests, pollute air and water, and keep increasing our dependence on chemicals to push industrial growth rates.

    However, something i... Read more >

  • Thanks to you, Wagh Bakri rises to #CleanChai

    Blogpost by Shivani Shah - September 26, 2014 at 16:07

    26 September 2014

    Pesticide Documentation in Tea estates © Vivek M. / Greenpeace

     

    Dear chai freaks and fiends,
    If you are an Indian, and a chai freak, you'll be thrilled to know that Wagh Bakri, the third largest tea marketing company in India has finally risen to #cleanchai.

    How did this happen? A few meetings, exchanges... Read more >

  • We need a lot more than promises!

    Blogpost by Manish Ram - September 25, 2014 at 16:22

    Doubling India’s Wind and Solar capacities by 2020: India at the Climate Summit 

    25 September 2014

    People's Climate March, New Delhi. Thousands take to the street to tell world leaders to take immediate action on climate change before the climate summit hosted by UN secretary general, Ban Ki Moon (c) Sudhanshu Malhotra

     

    Following the massive turnout in over 200 events at the people’s climate march, all eyes turn to the climate summit hosted by Ban Ki Moon in New York. While ma... Read more >

  • TATA clean up my cup!

    Blogpost by Debanjana Choudhuri - September 17, 2014 at 15:44

    17 September 2014

    Pesticide Documentation in Tea estates © Vivek M. / Greenpeace

     

    Life is busy as hell! My day starts at 7 AM (which by many is a late start), but for me it's quite an early start, because I sleep at 12, and wake up every 2-3 hours to check on my baby girl. Yes, I am a working mother and I love my work and... Read more >

  • It’s Tatas Who Need To Wake Up!

    Blogpost by Neha Saigal - September 11, 2014 at 11:59

    15 September 2014

    Pesticide Documentation in Tea estates © Vivek M. / Greenpeace

     

    I still recall the image of activists, holding up for fifty hours on seven billboards, through the hot sun and the notorious Mumbai rains. I remember having a feeling of admiration for their perseverance, as I watched them stay strong many f... Read more >

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