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International Volunteer Day: A salute to the spirit of one of the best communities in...

Blog entry by Sanchita Mahajan | December 6, 2015

Greenpeace was started by eleven volunteers in 1970-71 . You read that right. This global phenomena which is now present in more than forty countries, was first initiated by a group of activists in the living room of someone’s home.

Bringing Family Back to the Soil

Blog entry by Ishteyaque Ahmed | December 5, 2015

Think of a village. What images hit your mind? Sprawling green stretches of growing crops, fresh air, clean water and off course laborious, well-built children, women and men farmers working in their fields. Nowadays, a different...

GM Mustard: Throwing Caution To The Wind Is Not Always Healthy

Blog entry by Siddharth Sreenivas | November 15, 2015

Science and scientists have always played a huge role in shaping the course of civilizations over thousands of years.  India in the last 60 years too has been the beneficiary of great strides made in science. But there has also been a...

One man’s App battle with Air Pollution

Blog entry by Shivanandan | November 13, 2015

One man’s App battle with Air Pollution This story is about the risk that’s looming over millions of Indians heads on a daily basis. It’s everywhere, its shapeless mostly odourless it’s called the Particulate Matter (PM) and as...

Today is another bad day for Indian democracy

Blog entry by Vinuta Gopal | November 6, 2015

Today is another bad day for Indian democracy. And there have been many of these in the recent months. I have been working for Greenpeace India for 14 years, and in that time I’ve been involved in dozens of campaigns to protect...

For our beloved Mustard

Blog entry by Manvendra Singh Inaniya | November 6, 2015

Seeds, and thereby food crops are at the very centre of a nation’s survival. It is no wonder then that corporations and governments have been trying for decades to control seeds. India as a nation has fought against the entry of...

Clean Air Nation movement - need of the hour

Blog entry by Sunil Dahiya | November 2, 2015

Why do we need Clean Air Nation Movement? I travel everyday from my home to office and on the way sometimes I feel uncomfortable when I breathe. I wondered why does this happen, then after analysing the situation for a bit of time...

5 things you can do wearing an air pollution mask

Blog entry by Ruhie Kumar & Ruth D'Costa | October 16, 2015

5 things you can do with a mask on! To find what else can we do, come join us at Dilli Haat on 18th October 2015 at 3 pm!  RSVP here 1. You can sneeze as many times and don't have to cover your face! via GIPHY 2.

Something in the air

Blog entry by Shivanandan Lakshmanan | October 15, 2015

Just another hazy, polluted day in Delhi. But despite the weather last Friday, the mood in the GP India team was sunny and full of anticipation. It's been almost two years since the Government started its clampdown on Greenpeace...

Delighted and dazed with happiness!

Blog entry by Greenpeace Editorial Staff | October 12, 2015

We won! On Friday, 9th October 2015, Greenpeace India won a chairman’s special mention awards for leveraging Internet tools to support environmental protection. We were beyond delighted! To get recognition for environmental...

Civil society is the oxygen of democracy

Blog entry by Priya Pillai | September 15, 2015

Remember that moment in Lage Raho Munnabhai , when Circuit and Munna are behind the bars and Circuit asks Munna in sheer bewilderment-- Bhai, tujhe pucca lagta hai ki roz roz jail jaane se apna reputation badhega? ’ (Bro, are you...

LIGHTS CAMERA ACTION! Greenpeace India’s Bollywood debut!

Blog entry by Navdha Malhotra | September 4, 2015

In the last year and a half, Greenpeace India has seen it all.  Numerous court scenes, dramatic offloading incidents at the airport, corporate and government villains and ‘anti-national’ heroes saving the day! Our continued existence...

Time to start anew

Blog entry by Lalita Ramdas & Ashish Kothari | September 1, 2015

Today we have a compelling challenge and an opportunity ahead of us: to reset the work culture at Greenpeace India, starting now. The events of the last few months, and the independent audit that was commissioned as a result, have...

India’s future – Smog lit?

Blog entry by Aishwarya Madineni | August 21, 2015

Is our future going up in smoke? It has been exactly two and half months since the New York Times, South Asia correspondent wrote a woeful story about our capital’s toxic air and have finally fled the country in order to safeguard...

Will We Value Our Independence

Blog entry by Bittu Sahgal | August 15, 2015

India’s economic structure has been built over centuries on a stable ecological foundation. Our current government, however, believes the opposite... that a stable ecology is predicated on a strong economic foundation.  It is this...

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