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Volunteers, supporters and bloggers share their experiences.

  • An Incredible, Yet Inconvenient Volunteer Induction

    Blogpost by K. Nirupama Chandra - May 19, 2016 at 17:01

    The Hyderabad induction for Greenpeace volunteers was scheduled and planned for 4:30pm, inside a room with dry floors, electricity to run the projector, speakers, and an internet connection. And although everything needed to be perfect, the induction ...

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  • No Trees, No Future, Save KBR

    Blogpost by Ali Abbas - May 16, 2016 at 17:00

    Amid the record high temperature that Hyderabad is facing this summer, news broke out that the Greater Hyderabad Municipal Corporation ( GHMC)  is planning to chop down 3100 trees across city to widen the roads and lay the flyovers. We, feel that not ...

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  • Call for Independent Inquiry into Kakrapar Nuclear Incident

    Blogpost by Rupal Jaiswal - May 9, 2016 at 13:29

    On 11th March, 2016, a tragedy was fortunately averted at the Kakrapar Atomic Power Station in Gujarat. There was a leak of heavy water from the Unit I of the Plant. This heavy water, which is used to keep the reactions going on under control as well ...

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  • Hope in Bihar

    Blogpost by Ashish Kothari - April 26, 2016 at 18:02

    The state of Bihar is well-known for lagging behind in all economic and human development indicators. Recently, Ashish Kothari visited some areas in Bihar where interesting things are happening. Under progressive governance and grassroots action by it...

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  • We Are Dehydrating The Earth By Choice, Not In Ignorance!

    Blogpost by Ishteyaque Ahmad - April 25, 2016 at 18:38

    India is grappling with a severe water shortage. 12 Indian states are facing the threat of a famine and this situation is going to continue for a much longer period. Those who say that one or a few consecutive good monsoons will change the situation a...

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