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  • Threats don't deter the people of Mahan

    Blogpost by Gopika Nangia - July 30, 2013 at 15:54

    Essar coal plant

    The Mahan forest that is spread over 1182.35  hectares, and that close to 60 villages are dependent on, will be largely destroyed due to allocation of various coal blocks within the forest. In Amelia village if you swivel your head, you will see the... Read more >

  • Let the sun shine more on Delhi’s rooftops

    Blogpost by Anand Prabu Pathanjali - July 23, 2013 at 18:28

    solar panels

    A century old city that has been representing the face of our country and holds the seat of the honorable Prime Minister of the country. Delhi, a word that triggers lots of historical memories in ones mind and I happen to be in this city to campaign... Read more >

  • Meeting and being inspired by Kumi Naidoo

    Blogpost by Ali Abbas - July 16, 2013 at 18:09

    Kumi Naidoo (left) joins activists at a rally calling for an ‘end to the age of coal’.

    Kumi Naidoo (left) joins activists at a rally in Istanbul calling for an ‘end to the age of coal’

    Kumi Naidoo, Executive Director of Greenpeace International recently said, “Mahatma Gandhi once said, first they ignore you, then they laugh at you, ... Read more >

  • One positive step from the World Bank, many to follow

    Blogpost by Paul Horsman and Shiwang Singh - July 3, 2013 at 16:38

    End the age of coal

    Rampaging floods in Uttarakhand,India, Mindanao, along Europe's famed Danube, in large tracts of Canada, and in America's Midwest. Toxic smog in Singapore, Malaysia, and China's industrial heartland. Melting glaciers in the Alps, Himalayas, Greenlan... Read more >

  • BRAI bill protest at Jantar Mantar

    India is a nation which has long been known for people’s movements and Jantar Mantar in Delhi has been one of those symbolic places for people around the country to join hands and demand “their right” or “what is right.” These movements are often in... Read more >

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