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…
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…
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…
India’s climate ambition and new investment in fossil fuel can’t go hand in hand: Greenpeace India
New Delhi, 2nd November: Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s announcement to increase renewable energy targets, reducing carbon intensity and net-zero emission by 2070 are in general the right direction of travel.…
NUTRITION WEEK: A CALL TO SHIFT TOWARDS SAFE AND LOCALLY GROWN FOOD
Climate resilient farming and locally grown nutritious food are the proven and efficient measures in the face of climate collapse the world faces today
Behind the Smokescreen: Regeneration should be a norm and not an incident
Nitrogen dioxide (NO2), one of the most harmful pollutants in our air, is increasing tremendously and posing risks to biodiversity.
Why India’s E-waste Should Worry Us
October 14th is International E-waste Day. In the last five years the world has witnessed a staggering 21% rise in e-waste generation. India is the third largest producer of e-waste globally with China and US topping the list.
Greenpeace India floats #Towards Better to highlight the need for green recovery plans post-COVID
Farmers from 16 states of India demand plans towards building a climate-proof, equal, sustainable and resilient India
Despite signalling improvements, Delhi-NCR region remains to be the most polluted region in the World
According to the World Air Quality Report 2019, 21 out of the top 30 most polluted cities are located in India