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Send the Coal Minister a Message

Action | November 8, 2010 at 16:22

Last year the environment and forest ministry defined regions rich in forest cover and biodiversity as No-Go areas for mining. The coal ministry wants the government to scrap this classification. These No-Go areas are among the last remaining...

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Tell the government that forests are a NO GO area

Support the forests

Action | February 15, 2011 at 16:00

Last year the environment and forest ministry defined regions rich in forest cover and biodiversity as No-Go areas for mining. The coal ministry wants the government to scrap this classification. These No-Go areas are among the last remaining...

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Tell Pranab Mukherjee to hold a public consultation before deciding on the fate of our forests.

Support the forests

Action | November 8, 2010 at 16:22

Last year the environment and forest ministry defined regions rich in forest cover and biodiversity as No-Go areas for mining. The coal ministry wants the government to scrap this classification. These No-Go areas are among the last remaining...

I Support

Tell the government that forests are a NO GO area

Study of Impact of the Presidential Directive to Coal India

Publication | October 4, 2012 at 12:09

Greenpeace commissioned Equitorials, a financial research firm, to do an independent analysis of the financial impact of signing Fuel Supply Agreements(FSA) on Coal India Limited. This analysis has been done in the context of the Presidential...

Good afternoon. How much for a forest?

Blog entry by Grace Boyle | January 25, 2011

The floatation of Coal India was a smasher. Bigger than anyone could have dreamed. The Government of India launched the initial public offering (IPO) of Coal India Ltd, the state-owned coal mining company that is the largest in the...

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