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The fight for Green Telecom

Blog entry by Greenpeace | September 3, 2012

Indian telecom sector has witnessed an exponential growth over the past decade. On the last count, the number of mobile subscribers in India is almost 951 million and growing. The growth story can also be illustrated by the fact that...

Greenpeace activist to live on a tree to protect our forests

Feature story | September 2, 2012 at 11:30

Greenpeace activist Brikesh Singh climbed an Anjan tree in Chandrapur, Maharashtra on Saturday, 1st September. What’s so special about climbing a tree you might ask? Well, Brikesh is not coming down in a hurry; in fact he is going to live on this...

Whales and the Warrior

Blog entry by Amrit Bakshi | August 24, 2012

August 23, 2012: I have spent nearly 4 years with Greenpeace at sea. These years have brought many interesting encounters and experiences, but nothing's been quite like yesterday. Off the Eastern coast of South Africa, the coast line...

Everything about the coal scam

Blog entry by Arundhati Muthu | August 22, 2012

The CAG report on the coal block allocations scam was finally tabled in Parliament on August 17th. Though the staggering figure of Rs 1.86 lakh crores mentioned in the final report, is less than a sixth of the original figure of Rs 10...

Did you just ask me, "Why support Junglistan?"

Blog entry by Akshey Kalra | August 22, 2012

The country wants energy, government and corporates want money. Does anyone 'need' forests? The coal mining companies are mining where ever they find it easy to mine coal. Their mining practices are highly inefficient because...

How will the world react if India says no to GE food?

Blog entry by Rajesh Krishnan | August 18, 2012

Genetically engineered (GE) food is a hot button topic in India. What happens here often sends ripples throughout the GE debate worldwide, but what happened last week is surely a major milestone. The Parliamentary Standing...

Greenpeace welcomes Parliamentary Standing Committee report on GM crops

Feature story | August 10, 2012 at 18:07

On 9th August 2012 the Parliamentary Standing Committee on Agriculture tabled its exhaustive report titled, 'Cultivation of genetically modified food crops - prospects and effects' in Parliament. The Panel has strongly rejected the use of...

Coal kills people and tigers. And now it isn’t even cheap.

Blog entry by Ashish Fernandes | August 2, 2012

It's no secret that coal pollution kills people; it's now increasingly clear that expanding coal mining is destroying significant areas of tiger, leopard and elephant habitat in India. Recent GIS analysis by Greenpeace shows that coal...

Together we can save the Arctic

Blog entry by Richard George | June 27, 2012

The Arctic is under threat. As you read this, oil companies and politicians are plotting to carve up the icy north, extending their national territories and searching for drill sites. But with your help, we can draw a line in the...

Greenpeace, the Yes Men and the inside story of #ShellFail

Blog entry by James Turner | June 12, 2012

Original #ShellFail video here. Shell has spent billions trying to persuade the world that Arctic drilling is not as obscene as it really is. The company opens its giant war chest every time it needs to put a message in front...

Global protests grow as KFC bosses sit in stunned silence

Blog entry by Bustar Maitar | June 8, 2012

The past 10 days have seen a growing chorus of protests aimed at KFC’s destructive packaging while the company has remained totally silent over what action it will take to cut the infamous Asia Pulp and Paper (APP) out of its supply...

Now more than ever

Blog entry by Kumi Naidoo | June 5, 2012

We’re at a critical stage in our journey as activists. As a movement we’re easy targets, and we’ve endured all manner of strife along the way. Today in many countries we face serious political and legal challenges, designed to...

Government wants coal, people want forests

Blog entry by Nambie | June 5, 2012

"Jungle toh munshi ka hain." These words stayed with me throughout and even after my stay in Singrauli, the so called energy capital of the country. We travelled to Singrauli, deep inside the Mahan forest to bear witness to the...

Timber ripping is the truth

Blog entry by Nandikesh Sivalingam | June 4, 2012

People walking around in Orangutan suits, in a busy commercial area, is not a usual sight. It's funny at first, but then you realise that they are probably doing all of this for a reason. For the Greenpeace activists in these...

KFC's Chainsaw Colonel visits Indonesian rainforest destruction

Blog entry by Rusmadya Maharuddin | May 31, 2012

When you think of KFC most people think of buckets of fried chicken. So what does KFC have to do with Indonesia and why did Greenpeace Indonesia take action against the company on Wednesday? Well, KFC is one of the most...

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