A LETTER OF GREAT NEWS!
Writing an open letter in the beginning of the year 2022 can almost be a non-starter, especially in the current context of another wave of Covid infections. At the same…
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.…
Thousands of Indian citizens urge the government to implement Green recovery plans
29174 citizens across the country have endorsed and collaborated in the Green Recommendations initiated by Greenpeace India
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
Solarisation of Agriculture
Greenpeace India’s Solarisation of Agriculture report, examines five models of solar irrigation pumps in the states of Bihar, Gujarat, Tamil Nadu, Maharashtra, and Odisha, looking at state policies and cost/revenue…
Press Release- Boom and Bust Report 2019
New coal plants shrink globally, but GoI continues to approve new proposals, despite pollution and deforestation impacts New Delhi, Thursday, March 28, 2019— For the third year in a row,…
Karnataka High Court quashes Enforcement directorate’s order of freezing Greenpeace India’s bank accounts
The Karnataka High Court has quashed the freezing of accounts of Greenpeace India by the Enforcement Directorate, holding the order of freezing to be null and void.
Greenpeace welcomes government funding for KUSUM rural solar & solar rooftop schemes; says proper implementation can be a game-changer for troubled power sector
Greenpeace welcomes government funding for KUSUM rural solar & solar rooftop schemes; says proper implementation can be a game-changer for troubled power sector.
Shut-up or Shut-down: The new ‘Law of the Land’
If, to be put on trial for speaking out for equality and justice is a crime, the society needs some serious introspection. The way the voice of Greenpeace India has…
Government crackdown forces Greenpeace India to cut back work on climate change
Greenpeace India will soon have to reduce to a core strength of twenty to twenty five people across the country, as a direct result of the Enforcement Directorate’s arbitrary freezing of Greenpeace India’s accounts.