An Open Letter to CPCB
Greenpeace India and its supporters submit an open letter to CPCB for revision of air quality guidelines
Palike must protect and expand the Bus Priority Lanes: Greenpeace India
Greenpeace India activists today created paintings on the outer ring road, with a clear message to “Protect the Bus Lane”, demanding protection and expansion of Bus Priority Lanes in Bengaluru city.
IT’S TIME FOR A CYCLE REVOLUTION!
On February 27, 2022 Greenpeace India conducted a projection action on the Kempegowda tower at the busy Corporation Circle junction in Bengaluru. Lakhs of motorists pass by the busy junction…
Jamui farmers set an example: Organic farming recommendations for community welfare
Bihar is witnessing a silent groundswell in favour of organic and ecological farming. A few years back there was less than a hundred hectares of land under certified organic farming…
We can’t afford destruction of our Rice Heritage
Will you believe me if I say that till late 1960s we, the Indians, were proud owners of over 110 thousand indigenous varieties of rice? Believe it or not, it…
No substantive evidence on Fortification as a solution to nutritional security, reveals RTIs
Organic food platter at the lunch hosted for allies and guests as part of the Rainbow Warrior visit to Mumbai. Celebrity chef and fellow environmentalist Prahalad Kakkar led the lunch…
Adding Diversity to Plate – Report
The Government of India has proposed mandatory rice fortification to tackle the issue of malnutrition in the country. The process of fortification includes externally adding nutrients to a food item…
The budget lacks clear direction on climate change mitigation & adaptation: Greenpeace India
Finance Minister Nirmala Sitaraman delivered the Budget 2022 today. Considering this was the union budget that closely followed Prime Minister Modi’s ambitious announcements at Glasgow COP26, the expectation for climate…
ARE CITIES IN SOUTHERN INDIA BREATHING SAFE AIR?
This report brings together the key insights from an air quality of analysis of 10 cities in South India: Bengaluru, Chennai, Hyderabad, Mysuru, Kochi, Mangalore, Visakhapatnam, Amaravati, Coimbatore and Puducherry.…
Cities in Southern India are reeling under severe air quality, need urgent intervention: Greenpeace India
Bengaluru, 27 January: A latest report by Greenpeace India, analysing the Central Pollution Control Board (CPCB)’s data from ten major cities of Southern India reveals that average pollution levels in…