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  • We invited Aaron to India

    Blogpost by Jyothika - June 9, 2015 at 18:30

     If the Ministry of Home Affairs ask, then I’m happy to admit it, my team invited Aaron Gray- Block, a Greenpeace employee, and former Reuters journalist, to India. Although we didn’t know they’d black listed him?

    I’m still proud to live in the world... Read more >

  • The Blue Gag and 210 Shades of Green.

    Blogpost by Sanchita Mahajan - June 8, 2015 at 18:08

    National Weekend of Action around the World Environment Day. That’s a complicated phrase with big words.

    Now try saying Shivangi, Mawphniang, Dhakuriya, Birbhum, Mandya, Dharnai, Raigad,Hyderabad, Pune, KabirNagar, Kashmir, Irfan Leone, Kovilpatti, ... Read more >

  • This is what democracy in India looks like

    Blogpost by Divya Raghunandan - June 6, 2015 at 18:40

    Ever since the leak of an alleged Intelligence Bureau in June 2014, the task of civil society groups in contributing to a sustainable future for India has become a lot harder. My role as the Program Director of Greenpeace India has become tougher stil... Read more >

  • Voices from the core of India

    Blogpost by Manvendra Singh Inaniya - June 5, 2015 at 16:48

    For the villagers of Mahan, this World Environment Day stands out in quite a contrast from the one last year in 2014.

    Then, Mahan was battling for its very existence as their ancient forests and tribal villages were being forcefully taken away by a ... Read more >

  • From Tigers to Tea

    Blogpost by Shivani Shah - June 2, 2015 at 16:07

    Straight out of college, an economics grad, I joined Sanctuary Asia’s Kids for Tigers ‘edutainment’ programme in Bombay. I was overjoyed. And starry-eyed. I now had the opportunity to reach out to hundreds of children across the city to talk about the... Read more >

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