If you can read your name here then you are a hero. Today I started writing names of all the people, who have signed the petition, on the tree house.
Every time I feel a little low, I'll look at these names and take inspiration from all the people who stand with me and to save Junglistan.
Sign the petition if you haven't already: www.junglistan.org/act
It's day thirteen. Another relaxed day in Junglistan, my first and the last visitors for the day were a couple of Western coal field employees who landed up at 8:30 am.
One of them was the contractor who was responsible for diverting the little stream that flows past my tree house towards the coal mine so that the river can become the carrier of dirty water that flows from the coal mine.
He was boasting about this great idea he had to divert the natural flow of the stream, which goes around the periphery of the forest to make it go through a few villages. I don’t really know why he wanted to do that. He said he supported what I was doing, said forests need to be saved and then around 9:15 rushed to the coal mines as his shift was about to begin.
Anyways, I'll leave you with some new sights from Junglistan.
Can you spot the back of jungle dove here? Will try and get a clear shot next time and share it. © Brikesh Singh / Greenpeace.
Presenting the male version of Nephilia macaleta hard at work weaving his magic web. © Brikesh Singh / Greenpeace.
For more stories from Junglistan visit: http://www.greenpeace.org/india/en/What-We-Do/Stop-Climate-Change/Quit-Coal/Coal-Forest/Brikesh-Journey/
Sign the petition to show your support for forests here: www.junglistan.org/act
All images have been taken by Brikesh Singh.