Community blogs

Volunteers, supporters and bloggers share their experiences.

  • My Journey so far with Greenpeace as a Volunteer

    Blogpost by Debu Nayak - November 26, 2014 at 12:11

    26 November 2014

     

    First of all, I sincerely would like to dedicate this to my parents and family who have been a constant source of my energy and motivation.

    My involvement with Greenpeace was not an accident but purely purposeful. Initially, through an onli... Read more >

  • A Day Out in Summer Camp

    Blogpost by Sohini Mahapatra - October 27, 2014 at 11:58

    27 October 2014

    The Earth as painted by kids from the summer camp at Pune.

     

    At Greenpeace, every day we talk, interact, inspire and mobilise people to be the change and to bring a change in the environment by their good deeds. Last year, I met one such individual in Pune who is a donor of Greenpeace and runs an orga... Read more >

  • My Experience with Greenpeace

    Blogpost by Nanik Balani - October 27, 2014 at 11:50

    27 October 2014

    Greenpeace India has been empowering people in Mahan, Madhya Pradesh, to stand up for their rights and preserve the forest and their livelihoods from coal mining

     

    Today at sixty-two, when I look back on my life, I find my journey has been an eventful one. Driven by a desire to discover the unknown, I have always been thrilled at the idea of exploring new spaces, doing new things, taking on yet another... Read more >

  • Celebrate a Green, Eco-Friendly Diwali

    Blogpost by Divya Khare - October 24, 2014 at 9:08

    “Eco-Friendly” is the new buzz word, right from colours used for Holi to electronic gadgets, every product is labeled as eco-friendly. The concept of eco-friendly product was conceived when humans started realizing that their inventions might cause da... Read more >

  • Tale of Two Worlds – Sun’s message from Dharnai to Marshall Islands

    Blogpost by Ruhie Kumar - October 16, 2014 at 15:44

    16 October 2014

     

    Sometimes, borders and nationalities just become mere lines on a map. They are identities that do not define people. Sometimes, people are closer than ever because of their shared beliefs. The story of Dharnai and Marshall Islands is somethi... Read more >

1 - 5 of 177 results.