As the second wave of Covid-19 hit India, the Circle of Solidarity sprung into action again to support vulnerable communities. Read about our efforts to build resilience against future crises.
This report analyze satellite observations of the air pollutant nitrogen dioxide (NO2) in the 8 capitals of Indian states or union territories with more than 2 million inhabitants in the…
We’re focused on developing an equitable and sustainable society so we are better armed to fight climate change. Read about our new Detox City campaign around urban mobility and more.
The pandemic has given us an opportunity to build back better and the Urban Mobility campaign leads the way towards a better future. Read about our new campaign and more.
As the pandemic progressed in the 3rd quarter, we focused on rebuilding a safe future for all post-Covid. Read about our work to strengthen the Circles of Solidarity and more…
India emitted 21% of global anthropogenic (human-made) SO2 emission, nearly double that of second-ranked global emitter,
The COVID-19 pandemic left vulnerable communities struggling to sustain their livelihoods and feed their families. Read about our efforts to support farmers and daily-wagers through this, on our work for…
You can't sink a rainbow
As air pollution took centre stage as a public health emergency, we undertook several initiatives to push for urgent action. Plus, more updates on our work to spread sustainable agriculture.
Greenpeace India has been very concerned about the recent violence that has taken place in the National capital Delhi.