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  • States Resist as the Centre Persists

    Blogpost by Manvendra Singh Inaniya - October 28, 2014 at 17:48

    04 September 2013 BRAI protest 2013

    File image from an anti BRAI ( Biotechnology Regulatory Authority of India) bill protest in 2013


    Back in 2009, when a government tried to force Bt Brinjal on the public, voices from across the nation came out together to fight for their right to safe food and farmers’ right to seed sovereignty. The government finally accepted the public... Read more >

  • Ecological farming is the reality!

    Blogpost by Siddharth Sreenivas - October 14, 2014 at 18:29

    15 October 2014

    Pesticide Documentation in Tea estates © Vivek M. / Greenpeace


    Ecological farming is a mantra often thrown by environmentalists and sustainability advocates at the drop of a hat but has anyone wondered how ecological farming works - the economics of it, the research that has to go into it and finally ab... Read more >

  • The Indian Tea Industry Embarks On A New Journey... To Deliver Pesticide-Free Tea

    Blogpost by Shivani Shah - October 7, 2014 at 18:08

    08 October 2014

    27 Pest_OSB20_6oct14


    It is no small matter. For the first time in history, the biggest marketers of tea in India have taken the first step towards ensuring pesticide-free tea in the future. Now, this calls for a celebration!

    Two months and 50,000 supporters lat... Read more >


    Blogpost by Neha Saigal - September 28, 2014 at 23:48

    29 September 2014

    Pesticide Documentation in Tea estates © Vivek M. / Greenpeace


    It was only last week that we had a meeting with the giants in the corporate world, the Tatas. We were meeting their team in Bangalore about our public campaign on clean chai. It had been over forty five days since our brave activists climbe... Read more >

  • Saving Sumatran Tigers: Learnings and State of Affairs

    Blogpost by Avimuktesh Bhardwaj - September 28, 2014 at 20:47

    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 >

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