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  • Sounds of Nature: From Petrichor to Pollution

    Blogpost by Greenpeace India - June 6, 2017 at 12:45



    In this day and age of videos, GIFs, and tweets: sometimes we forget to 'listen'. Visuals give us an entire new angle to a story, but so does sound, and more importantly - voices. 

    I grew up listening to RJs babbling on FM channels abou... Read more >

  • My First Direct Action as an Activist

    Blogpost by Shweta Mittal - April 17, 2017 at 17:44

    I always wanted to volunteer for Greenpeace India since the time I heard about it. When I finally got a chance to volunteer, and attend my first induction, we were shown videos that described many of  the campaigns Greenpeace India ran; I was thorough... Read more >

  • Beyond What Meets The Nose

    Blogpost by Manjari Sharma - March 21, 2017 at 14:28

    Taking care of oneself is important. But in times like these, when what’s uniting the world are environmental catastrophes, we need to look out for each other too. This was the basic premise of Greenpeace’s visit to the coal-based power plants in Tami... Read more >

  • The Holy City of Pollution

    Blogpost by Apoorva Singh - March 6, 2017 at 18:37

    Walking down the ghats isn’t what it used to be. Morning walks along the ganges isn’t a spiritual experience anymore as black toxic fumes from burning garbage dumped on the roadside emanate throughout the city. The holy city of Varanasi has become one... Read more >

  • Unusual Visitors at the Police Station

    Blogpost by Ali Abbas - March 1, 2017 at 11:17

    It is a fact that people who spend more time outdoors are more vulnerable to the effects of air pollution. One such category of people who spend a lot of their time outdoors are the country's police folk.

    Flower pot and an N95 mask kept on the police reception deskGreetings from Greenpeace India

    With an inte... Read more >

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