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  • We pedalled, we powered.

    Blogpost by Ruhie Kumar - June 7, 2013 at 15:26

    06 June 2013

    Greenpeace bike-a-thon at Dilli Haat in Delhi © Greenpeace/Sudhanshu Malhotra

    On World Environment Day, Greenpeace organised one of a kind event - Bike-a-thon.

    It was hot and humid. By 6 pm, most of the volunteers and organisers were sweating and exhausted. But as the event time got closer, there was a sense of excite... Read more >

  • Fixing India’s electricity problem

    Blogpost by Sonam Mittal - June 4, 2013 at 17:52

    Solar panels in China

    In a country of 1.2 billion people, where an estimate of 404 million have no access to electricity, and a major population sufferers chronic power cuts, how do we ensure access to uninterrupted and sustainable electricity? Adding to this situation, ... Read more >

  • Solar as a permanent rescue from blackouts

    Blogpost by Shashwat Raj & Ruhie Kumar - June 3, 2013 at 18:44

    03 June 2013

    Greenpeace at the Public Hearing in New Delhi © Greenpeace/Sudhanshu Malhotra


    Delhi Electricity Regulatory Commission (DERC) was criticised recently when they did not have a public consultation on tariff hike revision. Today, Greenpeace attended the public hearing along with a number of other concerned citizens. Read more >

  • When will governments learn that GE crops are uncontrollable?

    Blogpost by Janet Cotter - June 3, 2013 at 12:54

    Shockwaves are being felt across the world's wheat markets following the first-ever discovery of unauthorised genetically engineered wheat growing on a US farm – a development that gives further proof that GE crops cannot be controlled.

    The di... Read more >

  • Must we wait for protests before we go renewable?

    Blogpost by Shashwat Raj - May 31, 2013 at 18:02

    Solar panels

    Protests against long power cuts seem to have become common. With the temperatures soaring people are finding it difficult to cope with power cuts. Various parts of Uttar Pradesh witnessed violent protests. The state complains of shortage in the pow... Read more >

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