Stopping Climate Change

Greenpeace India is campaigning for climate solutions that will help us develop without damaging the planet. By starting an energy revolution that seizes the opportunity for low carbon and sustainable growth while ensuring quality energy access to millions who are denied it currently, we can deliver on development and protect our natural world for current and future generations.

Everyone knows that climate change is real and happening now. What many people don't know is that we have the solutions in our hands. The world needs:

Ø  An energy revolution that lets us quit coal in favour of renewable energy sources like biomass, wind power and solar energy

Ø  Protection for our forests, so they can continue to clean our atmosphere.

Ø  Responsible IT companies who offer climate solutions, and advocate for good environmental laws.

Campaign story:

On these pages you can learn more about the science of climate change, and the impacts it is already causing. You can read our detailed policy briefings and discover that politicians, businesses and people can all be part of the solution.



  • Renewable Energy
  • Can the Information Communication and Technology (ICT) sector show leadership?
  • People Taking Action
  • National Climate Justice

The latest updates


Raising the stakes in their campaign to fight

Image | December 7, 2006 at 4:30

Raising the stakes in their campaign to fight climate change, Greenpeace activists suspended from MSEB's headquarters in Mumbai tell the energy major to get its priorities right.

Hundreds of Mumbaikars joined Greenpeace

Image | December 3, 2006 at 18:00

Hundreds of Mumbaikars joined Greenpeace at Juhu beach on Sunday to form a giant 8,000 sq. ft. human art design that spelled the slogan 'Switch for Mumbai' on the sand. This is part of the ongoing Greenpeace campaign promoting energy efficiency...

Switch for Mumbai Flyer

Publication | December 1, 2006 at 4:30

CLIMATE CHANGE is erratic shifts in weather patterns that occur due to global warming. Its effects include sea level rise, glacial melt, changes in rainfall, as well as calamities such as droughts, floods, heat waves and cyclones. All these can...

How much climate change can we bear?

Publication | November 30, 2006 at 15:53

The stated goal of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (1992) is to avoid ‘dangerous climate change’. We are committed to 1.2-1.3ºC of global average temperature rise above pre-industrial levels from the greenhouse gases...

Fight Climate Change with Energy Conservation

Publication | November 30, 2006 at 15:21

Climate change is the most serious threat facing the world today. The United Nations Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), one of the largest bodies of international scientists ever assembled, has concluded that most of...

Greenpeace's Pirates of the Arabian 'raid'

Image | November 30, 2006 at 4:30

Greenpeace's Pirates of the Arabian 'raid' the Taj Mahal hotel, Mumbai, replacing ordinary incandescent bulbs with energy saving CFLs that consume one-fifth the energy. The campaign urges Mumbaikars to 'Switch' for the city, in order to mitigate...

Crowds gather as Greenpeace volunteers continue

Image | November 23, 2006 at 4:30

Crowds gather as Greenpeace volunteers continue hanging from the Howrah Bridge holding large banners. The volunteers remained suspended for an hour, raising an alarm about Impacts of Climate Change.

Solar Generation Brochure

Publication | October 24, 2006 at 15:06

Global warming will not just affect coastlines. It could extend to conveying infectious diseases such as malaria. A warmer environment boosts the reproduction rate of mosquitoes and breeding environment for microbes.

Solar Generation celebrates the spirit of youth against climate change with the...

Feature story | October 24, 2006 at 3:30

BANGALORE, India — "Music is at the forefront of all revolutions. With the musicians now on our side, we have much to do..."

Solar Generation

Image | October 19, 2006 at 3:30

Solar Generation

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