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Brikesh Singh arrives at the tree-house on the fringes of Tadoba-Andhari forest

Video | February 28, 2013

Greenpeace activist, Brikesh Singh becomes a citizen journalist on CNN IBN and declares to the nation that he will live in a tree-house in Padmapur forest for a whole month to protest against forests being destroyed in Central India due to coal mining. He tells us about his plans for the course of his stay and settles down in the forest, even showering in the rain. He promises to keep in touch and calls on the nation to support our forests by signing a petition asking the government to stop coal mining in Central Indian forests.

Greenpeace activist Brikesh Singh lived in a tree near the Tadoba-Andhari forest for one month and also became a CNN IBN Citizen Journalist during this time.

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