Delhi's power minister gets a solar message

Activists set-up solar panels and chained themselves to it outside Delhi's power minister, Haroon Yusuf's house. The police pushed the chained activists away when they refused to move without meeting the minister. Eventually the minister agreed  to meet Greepeace campaigners and promised to meet them again to discuss renewable energy as a solution on Delhi's power crisis.

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Summer and power-cuts go hand-in-hand in Delhi. The Capital depends on other states to meet its ever growing demand for electricity. Delhi can generate electricity for itself by using renewable energy. Greenpeace India is asking Delhi's Chief Minister, Sheila Dixit to implement a policy that enable people in Delhi to use solar power.



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Video | October 4, 2017 at 10:22

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Video | September 25, 2017 at 17:14

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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: #iCompost

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