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Campaign for an energy revolution launched in Bihar on Gandhi Jayanti

Press release | October 4, 2010 at 11:48

As the nation pays tribute to the Mahatma on his 139th birth anniversary, Greenpeace, together with a coalition of civil society groups under the banner of Bihar Renewable Energy Development Support Network, launched a parallel campaign to demand...

Empowering Bihar

Publication | October 21, 2010 at 12:31

Bihar is India’s third most populated state, and more than half the people live below the poverty line. For many years the state has been immobilised by an obdurate caste system and linked political corruption, and many have little or no access...

Greenpeace challenges political parties to fight elections on development plank

Press release | September 27, 2010 at 17:52

Greenpeace today called upon political parties to focus on people's issues in the elections instead of jeering at each other.The past few days have seen political parties and key leaders targeting each other through poetic mudslinging.

Ahead of the upcoming elections in Bihar, Greenpeace, Bihar Times and Civil Society...

Press release | August 24, 2010 at 15:31

In one of the first interventions of its kind in Bihar, Greenpeace, Bihar Times and Civil Society Groups of the state today asked political leadership to end the energy crisis by committing to a policy change for adoption of Decentralized...

Greenpeace reiterates demand for renewable energy in election manifestos

Press release | September 10, 2010 at 17:41

With announcement of election dates in Bihar, Greenpeace today restated its demand to political parties to include decentralised renewable energy (DRE) in their election manifestos and push for a new policy and law on RE.

Mahan’s chota sipahi

Blog entry by Aafreen Ali | June 9, 2014

He caught my attention when he introduced himself as "main yahain ka sabse chota sipahi hu" and in my short stay I saw that this wasn't just an empty statement but he lived up to it. When kids his age were running around playing...

Internet activism, mobilisation and revolution

Blog entry by James North | February 28, 2013

Building online communities to change the world.   Sometimes campaigning for change in the world feels so futile. Like being swept away by a tidal wave of advertising for products that we don't need, whose manufacture destroys...

Secret GM rice field busted. Is our food safe?

Blog entry by Jai Krishna | November 19, 2010

Dr. Venkata Reddy is a physician and serves in a hospital in Doddaballapur near Bangalore. He is also proud to practice his family profession, agriculture.  Being a farmer and physician he probably knows the culprit behind the endless...

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