India the 8th Most Polluted Country Worldwide in 2022: IQAir
The 2022 World Air Quality Report presents an overview of the state of global air quality last year in 2022.
Witness 4.22: A year in review
2022 was an incredible journey. In the past year, our campaigns have grown to develop a holistic approach to the issue. Our campaigns for Urban Mobility, Sustainable Agriculture and Climate…
The third quarter has been eventful as we marched forward in our campaigns by supporting women cyclists in their quest to reclaim streets and continued our interaction with locals to…
Bustling through Bengaluru: Asserting the need for sustainable public transport
In recent years, Bengaluru has witnessed a massive surge of investment going towards private transport infrastructure. This has only worsened the traffic congestion crisis in the city while adding to…
An Open Letter On Bangalore Floods
To the CM of Karnataka: It has been over 20 days since unprecedented rains and floods ravaged parts of Bengaluru displacing citizens and causing damages worth hundreds of crores. Here are our key demands to make Bengaluru a climate-resilient city that is sensitive to its natural ecosystems and rooted in inclusion and sustainability.
Annual Report 2020-2021
Annual Report of 2020-2021
Annual Report 2019-2020
Annual Report of 2019-2020
Different Air Under One Sky: The Inequity Of Air Pollution
Air pollution is the largest environmental risk factor for human health, causing ill health and millions of premature deaths each year worldwide. However, the negative impacts of air pollution are…
FLEXICITY: Does Flexible Work Improve Air Quality?
Studies have found that implementing flexible remote working options even for just a few days a week can reduce air pollutant levels by 10%. This is not surprising, given that motorized vehicles are one of the largest contributors to air pollution in cities.
As we advance into 2022, we have continued to build momentum for the climate movement with reinvigorated force. We submitted our petition signed by 10,000 supporters to the Central Pollution…