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  • Supporter Campaigns at Greenpeace India

    Blogpost by Tito Chandy - June 19, 2014 at 16:12

    19 June 2014

     

    In 2001, when Greenpeace began shaping its work in India, just a handful of our people campaigned on issues related to the toxic waste trade and genetically engineered crops. Apart from traditional advocacy and campaigning issues, we were fa... Read more >

  • Fighting the Good Fight

    Blogpost by Hamza Chinoy - June 12, 2014 at 19:12

    12 June 2014

     

    The IB report claims that Greenpeace has negatively impacted the GDP growth up to 3% per annum.

    The Joint Director SA Rizvi has accused Greenpeace of, "Changing the dynamics of India's energy mix" and the Bureau says Greenpeace, with its "s... Read more >

  • The Poverty of Ecology: Stealing an NGOs credibility

    Blogpost by Ruth D’Costa - June 12, 2014 at 16:50

    12 June 2014

    Photo Credit: Sushant A. Thakur Read more >

      I have done some street fundraising for Greenpeace. Let me tell you what it's like. A fundraiser is the person you see outside a railway station wearing a Greenpeace jacket and ID card. They approach 8-9 people saying, 'Excuse me, do you have...
  • The Power of Individualism

    Blogpost by Anasua Sen - June 12, 2014 at 15:14

    12 June 2014

     

    It was 37 degrees in the City of Nawabs on 11th June. I had just reached an area called Kondapur, when I got to know that the Intelligence Bureau (IB) has sent out a report listing Greenpeace as one of the foreign-funded NGOs and also a thre... Read more >

  • Greenpeace = People Power

    Blogpost by Komal Singh - June 11, 2014 at 19:58

    11 June 2014

     

    The recent Intelligence Bureau report calls Greenpeace, "A threat to national economic security". Not only that, it states that, "It (Greenpeace) is assessed to be posing a potential threat to national economic security... growing exponentia... Read more >

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