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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...

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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.

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

Urbanisation destroying natural habitats & killing wildlife

Blog entry by Natasha Adlakha | April 15, 2013

March, 2013: An elephant died after being hit by a goods train near Ghatagon in Keonjhar district  January, 2013: Three elephant’s dead and one critically injured in the Jalpaiguri district December, 2012: Six elephants run...

34,000 say ‘forests are a No Go’. Minister Pranab Mukherjee says let's meet

Blog entry by Preethi Herman | February 22, 2011

As the train sped through the forest in Vidharbha, Maharashtra, I looked out of the window barely able to take my eyes away from the rich green that engulfed me. At that moment, I just had one thought in my mind- in a short while, if...

No-Go or gone

Blog entry by Swati Mehta | January 28, 2011

Forests always make for interesting stories. Jungle lore always fascinated me as a child.  Tigers, lions, bears, monkeys and elephants made better protagonists than humans then. The ultimate dream as a city bred child was to walk in a...

Coal conquers tusker territory, hungry for more forests

Blog entry by Swati Mehta | January 25, 2011

Imagine a herd of elephants taking out a protest march. Well, if they could there would be one happening in Chhattisgarh right now. The Chhattisgarh government recently scrapped the Lemru elephant reserve in Korba district for a coal...

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