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Volunteers, supporters and bloggers share their experiences.

  • It's Deadly, and It's Blowing In the Wind

    Blogpost by Grace Saji - September 14, 2017 at 14:50

    It takes more than just having breakfast to keep you healthy. If you didn't live in a countryside far away from the industries and all, then know this: The air you’re breathing is toxic air. There is no real action because the parliament only pretends... Read more >

  • The Solar House On Wheels Is Here!

    Blogpost by Mahima Chauhan - June 28, 2017 at 19:55

    It’s June and it’s bright and sunny at 37 degrees. Something unusual is doing the rounds in the streets of Delhi. The Solar house on wheels has made Delhi folks curious and quite keen on pursuing solar for their rooftops.

    The bus parked in front of India Gate

    Could solar panels really bri... Read more >

  • Sounds of Nature: From Petrichor to Pollution

    Blogpost by Greenpeace India - June 6, 2017 at 14:45



    In this day and age of videos, GIFs, and tweets: sometimes we forget to 'listen'. Visuals give us an entire new angle to a story, but so does sound, and more importantly - voices. 

    I grew up listening to RJs babbling on FM channels abou... Read more >

  • My First Direct Action as an Activist

    Blogpost by Shweta Mittal - April 17, 2017 at 19:44

    I always wanted to volunteer for Greenpeace India since the time I heard about it. When I finally got a chance to volunteer, and attend my first induction, we were shown videos that described many of  the campaigns Greenpeace India ran; I was thorough... Read more >

  • Beyond What Meets The Nose

    Blogpost by Manjari Sharma - March 21, 2017 at 15:28

    Taking care of oneself is important. But in times like these, when what’s uniting the world are environmental catastrophes, we need to look out for each other too. This was the basic premise of Greenpeace’s visit to the coal-based power plants in Tami... Read more >

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