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  • #I AM MAHAN

    Blogpost by Rizwaan Zubair Kutty - March 18, 2014 at 19:49

    18 March 2014

    Human Banner in Mahan Forest © Greenpeace

     

    Many people say that they can sit near the seashore forever without getting bored. Maybe not forever, but yes, I can sit for hours watching the tides and the beautiful view of the sea. That is the beauty of nature.

    The Mahan forest, one of ... Read more >

  • Freedom of speech doesn't come cheap

    Blogpost by Heena Sharma - January 28, 2014 at 17:29

    India is a sovereign, socialist, secular, democratic and a republic nation. And it's enriched with magnificent flora and fauna, however due to globalization, modernization and industrialization, the natural wealth is soon dissipating.

    Recently, Green... Read more >

  • Let there be Mahan

    Blogpost by Ruth D'Costa - January 23, 2014 at 15:56

    Leaning on the trunk of our rented taxi, I observe the driver. Somehow, he understands. He knows when to step in and help, and when to stand aside and let us do our job. We have taken up the duty of care for the 67 activists who are detained in the Ta... Read more >

  • Excerpt From the Diary of Veerappa Moily

    Blogpost by Shiwang Singh - January 22, 2014 at 16:17

    23 January 2014

    Oily Moily

    'Dear Diary,

    What a day :)

    Today, I cleared 20 projects in one stroke. I must be improving really fast. I barely spend 5 minutes reading one.

    I am loving handling multiple portfolios. All my old friends from the Petroleum Ministry & the ind... Read more >

  • My journey so far

    Blogpost by Venkateshwarlu - January 8, 2014 at 11:27

    08 January 2014

    This is a story about a person who comes from a family of farmers.

    I am Venkateshwarlu and I work with Greenpeace as a fundraiser. I spent most of my childhood with my parents, working on a farm in our village. And that's why I have closely s... Read more >

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