Anpara Thermal Power Plant

Photo | March 15, 2013

Urban Emissions, an agency that conducts research and analysis related to air pollution released a study titled Coal Kills, in partnership with Conservation Action Trust and Greenpeace. The study ascertained that coal power plant emissions have caused premature deaths of upto 1,15,000 people between 2011-2012 in India. One such polluting coal fired thermal power plant is Anpara on the outskirts of Dibulganj, Uttar Pradesh.

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Ecological agriculture is the way forward!

Video | October 4, 2017 at 10:22

As you all know, we are very close to the Bihar Government announcing its final agriculture policy with a clear focus on ecological agriculture in the state. On that note, the GPI team worked closely with the team over the last month or so and...

Bengaluru is Generating 3k to 5k Tonnes of Garbage in a Day!

Video | September 25, 2017 at 17:14

Garbage has been one of the biggest challenges in India. In an effort to address the challenge, Greenpeace India, along with its supporters launches the Waste To Food campaign on 26th July 2017. The campaign aims at spreading awareness about the...

Cycle of Life - Cyclothon

Video | September 25, 2017 at 17:10

Meet few of the wonderful people who are cycling tomorrow at Decathlon Whitefield, #Bengaluru. More than 100 cyclists came together to spread the message about waste segregation and composting. #iCompost: http://act.gp/2x0Oddx Stay tuned for...

Purva Vinezia

Video | September 25, 2017 at 17:00

All the wet waste produced is composted in Purva Venezia apartments in #Bengaluru. You can also take steps to manage your household waste responsibly. Take action here: http://act.gp/v2-wastetofood #iCompost

Rainbow Drive

Video | September 25, 2017 at 16:23

When you put your first seed using your own compost and when it sprouts, the feeling of seeing those seeds sprouting is amazing � � Join us and be a part of this movement: http://act.gp/2vo90XF #iCompost

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