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What is the catalyst for a successful campaign? Sure, there may be many factors; money, timing, brand name, et al. But the one thing that stands out at the frontline and at the very heart of every campaign, is people. History and literature have...
The Mahan forests are a contiguous patch extending over about 500 sq km in the Waidhan and East Sarai Ranges of Singrauli, Madhya Pradesh’s eastern most district. Singrauli is a relatively new district, carved out of the neighbouring Sidhi in...
Greenpeace's energy access campaign in Bihar. A detailed manual consisting of all the information on the decentralised solar microgrid installed by Greenpeace India in Dharnai revenue village, Jehanabad district, Bihar
A technical know-how of the decentralized solar microgrid. Find out the details on energy generated, specification of the microgrid spread about in clusters in Dharnai, Jehanabad district, Bihar, India
Enabling energy access through smart microgrids based on renewable energy technologies in the state of Bihar, India
GIC's response to a RTI application filed by Greenpeace reveals that GIC has not been approached by NPCIL
This is a letter to the Delhi Electricity Regulatory Commission (DERC) of New Delhi, India from Greenpeace.
In 2013, Greenpeace India began the Switch on the Sun campaign in Delhi highlighting the states poor performance on the Renewable energy purchase obligation (RPO) of 0.01%. Followed by it we unveiled the “Rooftop Revolution-
Greenpeace is a global organisation that uses non-violent direct action to tackle the most crucial threats to our planet's biodiversity and environment.
Background briefing accompanying the IPCC (Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change) AR5 WG1 launch.
This report provides recommendations on the renewable energy policy framework for Bihar and was submitted to the Minister of Energy, Government of Bihar.
Coal India Limited is misleading shareholders by concealing information on the level of its extractable reserves, which could be exhausted in 17 years. The company has failed to disclose to stock exchanges that its extractable coal reserves are...
Coal India Ltd's shareholder value is threatened by poor corporate governance, faulty reserve estimations, regulatory risk and macro-economic issues.
Summary of Receipts and Utilisation of Foreign Contributions for the financial year 2012 - 2013 (Greenpeace India Society).
"Rooftop Revolution – Unleashing Delhi's Solar Potential" is an in-depth analysis of the potential for rooftop solar in Delhi, a city that has often claimed to be the world's greenest capital. The report comes at a time when India's political...