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Wilmar finally commits to No Deforestation

Feature story | December 10, 2013 at 16:38

Let us recap what happened in the last week. The world mourned the sad demise of Nelson Mandela, probably the biggest proponent of peace and human rights of our era. Much awaited results of the 2013 assembly elections were declared. And in...

Every day I work with Greenpeace is a good day

Blog entry by Arjun Duvvuru | December 10, 2013

Most of us human beings are not fully conscious about how our everyday actions, right from the time we wake up till the time we go back to bed, affect our immediate environment and the planet on the long run. Like spoiled children we...

You did it! Palm oil giant commits to No Deforestation!

Blog entry by Bustar Maitar | December 7, 2013

‘Effective immediately, Wilmar will not engage in development of HCS, HCV, or peat, nor knowingly source from suppliers engaged in development of HCS, HCV, or peat.’ Wilmar International - the world's biggest palm oil company - has...

Support the Arctic 30

Blog entry by Muskan Gaba & Tarushi Anand | December 4, 2013

By Muskan Gaba, 6th Grade, Vivekanand School On 16th November, 2013 at Jantar Mantar, I attended the campaign on #Freethearctic30. I was very curious to know about it as there was a fake jail and there were some people enacting as...

30 cities for Arctic 30

Feature story | December 4, 2013 at 12:26

The Arctic 30 have been released on bail. But it's not over - the piracy charges which were posed on them still remain.

Their Voice Just Got Louder

Feature story | November 22, 2013 at 16:29

Each and every one of us has this innate need to be heard. And as a result, get a response. Aren't these the only two things that make our human journey worthwhile? Of course!

Indian Members of Parliament stand in solidarity with the Arctic 30 but political...

Blog entry by Neha Saigal | November 16, 2013

We might be geographically far away from the Arctic but the cruel reality of steadily melting ice and rising temperatures is affecting and is going to shape the future of not only the four million people who live in the region but...

Another Green Step

Blog entry by Vineet Mani | November 12, 2013

"It would be incredible if we are able to organise this workshop in Delhi Public School, Panipat," says Ms. Druhi Dasgupta in an excited tone over the phone. "But there is a tiny glitch," she adds, "We have not yet explored the...

A day of tribute to all environmental heroes

Blog entry by Ruhie Kumar and Komal Singh | November 10, 2013

Free the Arctic 30. Photo © Gary Taxali When the Himalayan forests faced extreme destruction, extraordinary people stood up to protect the environment - Sunderlal Bahuguna and Viman Bahuguna. They spearheaded the 'Chipko Movement'...

Sudarshan Pattnaik’s Sand Art Creates a Wave to Free the Arctic 30

Feature story | November 10, 2013 at 14:52

Someone once said, 'Art imitates life' and rightly so. Most of us know of Sudarshan Pattnaik's sand art, which is really his unique way of communicating some very important issues to the world, but not in a grave manner. Rather, in the form of...

Sudarshan Pattnaik’s Sand Art Creates a Wave to Free the Arctic 30

Feature story | November 10, 2013 at 14:52

Someone once said, 'Art imitates life' and rightly so. Most of us know of Sudarshan Pattnaik's sand art, which is really his unique way of communicating some very important issues to the world, but not in a grave manner. Rather, in the form of...

Restructuring India

Blog entry by Colin Todhunter | November 7, 2013

Back in 2008, Indian finance minister P. Chidambaram claimed that his government’s policies were pro growth and pro equity (1). He blamed an inept system of administering benefits to the poor for the low rate of ‘inclusive growth’. He...

A Stepping Stone for a Giant Leap

Feature story | October 31, 2013 at 17:19

Greenpeace India lays down its first foundation stone for clean energy revolution in Bihar. The foundation stone was laid by the district magistrate (DM) of Jahanabad, Mr. Md. Sohail in the presence of village authorities and heads of neighboring...

Hanging in the Mist: Mercury Contamination in South India

Blog entry by Colin Todhunter | October 30, 2013

Mercury Rising in Kodaikanal. © Ignatius Joseph/Greenpeace Mountains rise. Fog rolls. The plains below bake. On a plateau at 2,133 metres in the Palani Hills, South India, Kodaikanal nestles in the mist. It's a place where...

Don’t believe the hype – hooliganism is hardly better than piracy

Blog entry by Jess Wilson | October 24, 2013

Earlier this evening Russian authorities offered the Arctic 30 — currently being held in a freezing jail in Murmansk — what looked like a legal olive branch by dropping piracy charges and replacing them with ones of "hooliganism."...

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