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Millions around the world are dying from polluted air, but as countries get
richer they usually clean up their air.
India is facing a coal power bubble that will have serious impacts on existing plant operators as well as the banking/investment sectors.
Severe nuclear accident can happen everywhere. Following the International Atomic Energy Agency's recommendations, nuclear safety is based on "defence in depth" with five independent levels of protection.
This study emphasises on the urgent need to comply with the thermal power
plant emission standards announced in December 2015 in order to solve the air
pollution crisis faced by Delhi and many other parts of the country.
This report for the first time evaluates and
discloses the severe global impacts that our
continuing reliance on coal-fired power is having
on the world’s fresh water resources.
New Delhi 24 July 2015 - In response to comments made by Environment Minister Prakash Javadekar regarding air pollution in Delhi, Greenpeace India Clean Air Campaigner Aishwarya Madineni made the following comment:
Correspondence with Office of the Registrar
Letter to society of Registrar
Janet Dalziell, Global HR Director
15 June 2015:
In recent months, ex-staff from Greenpeace India have written to Kumi Naidoo (IED, Greenpeace International) and me to raise concerns about sexual harassment—both...
Letter to Rajnath Singh blocking Aaron Gray Block's entry to India on 6th June 2015
The Central Pollution Control Board reported Delhi’s average PM2.5 level in 2013 as 153μg/m3, based on hourly measurements at 6 different stations. This is 15 times the World Health Organization guideline and 3.8 times the national standard.
Following the unfortunate incident with me at the New Delhi International Airport on January 11, I have filed a writ petition in the High Court of Delhi challenging the illegal and arbitrary nature in which I was ‘offloaded’ on my trip to the UK.