On the occasion of World Food Day, Greenpeace released its report "Hope Brewing-Kotagiri to Kachibari", showcasing successfully running tea plantations using ecological approaches across India. These are stories of success, restored biodiversity ... Meri News, 1 week ago
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, ( 9:32am ) Paul Kelly on Tony Abbott's war on green extremists: WITH his statement that coal is essential for the prosperity of Australia and essential for the prosperity of the world, Tony Abbott has declared political war on ...Brisbane Courier-Mail, 1 week ago Greenpeace India lauds landmark ruling by court on illegal coal allocations Steel Guru, 3 weeks ago TRF-Greenpeace lauds India court ruling on illegal coal allocations Reuters Africa, 4 weeks ago Greenpeace lauds India court ruling on illegal coal allocations Environment & Development Magazine, 4 weeks ago
I Less than a month later and, according to two environment ministry officials, after pressure from Prime Minister Narendra Modi's office, permission was granted for the 3,000 megawatt Dibang plant, the construction of which will mean clearing ...Moneycontrol.com, 2 weeks ago India approves projects to fast-track development Arab Times, 2 weeks ago India approves projects in dash for growth, alarming green groups Reuters India, 2 weeks ago Govt clears Dibang plant, alarms green groups Business Today India, 2 weeks ago
Keeping aside the report of the Mumbai based NGO Greenpeace International about tea containing chemicals and pesticides; Union Minister of State for Skill Development, Entrepreneurship, Sports and Youth Affairs, Sarbananda Sonowal has suggested ...The Echo Of India, 1 week ago Tea companies pledge for pesticide-free tea The Freepress Journal, 3 weeks ago News Capsules: What's brewing in India Tea plantations? Potato farmer brings Gold to India CommodityOnline, 1 month ago Real-time quality check in tea soon Times of India, 1 month ago
The Crop Care Federation of India (CCFI) furthered its stand against foreign funded NGOs in India at an event here on Wednesday where controversial ecologist and former Greenpeace member Dr. Patrick Moore shared the stage with officials from the ...Hindu Business Line, 3 weeks ago Foreign-funded NGOs have agendas against developing nations Afternoon Despatch & Courier, 2 weeks ago Foreign-funded NGOs trying to curtail India's growth: CCFI The Statesman, 3 weeks ago Tribute to a saint who did miracle with wheat Truth About Trade, 1 month ago
Green activists on Wednesday cheered the Supreme Court's decision to cancel 214 coal blocks across many states in India and urged the government to spare forest areas from mining while auctioning new blocks in future. Stating that the dirty coal ...Green Times South Africa, 3 weeks ago Greenpeace India welcome Indian SC landmark decision on coal scam Steel Guru, 4 weeks ago Greenpeace hails India Supreme Court landmark ruling on coal Big News Network, 4 weeks ago Environment activists praise India coal mine ban World Bulletin, 4 weeks ago
As nearly 40,000 citizens signed a petition asking tea companies to clean up chai, The Wagh Bakri Group, India's third largest tea packager, on Thursday said it would support Greenpeace's attempts to eliminate pesticides from tea cultivation in the ...Hindu Business Line, 4 weeks ago Wagh Bakri commits towards elimination of pesticides from tea cul... India Blooms, 4 weeks ago Wagh Bakri Tea aims for 20 pc sales jump this fiscal Business Standard India, 1 month ago
The agrochemicals industry association Crop Care Federation of India (CCFI), Thursday said it has decided to file a defamation suit seeking Rs.50 crore ($8 million) in damages from Greenpeace India for claiming that leading brands of tea sold in the country ...SME Times, 1 month ago Distributed generation: Delhi creates net metering policy Metering.com, 1 month ago Agrichem company to sue Greenpeace Asian Age, 1 month ago CCFI to drag Greenpeace to court The Statesman, 1 month ago
NEW DELHI: Greenpeace India, which is under scanner for its foreign funding, today criticised the government, saying it was trying to "muzzle" voices of dissent in democracy in the name of financial scrutiny. The NGO said that in the absence of ...Economic Times, 1 month ago Greenpeace India lashes out at Narendra Modi government, accuses it of 'muzzling voices of dissent' DNA, 1 month ago Greenpeace India lashes out at govt Press Trust of India, 1 month ago Govt Trying to Muzzle Voices of Dissent: Greenpeace India Outlook, 1 month ago
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Raipur: Greenpeace India expressed hopes on Tuesday that the central government would draft a comprehensive plan to protect wildlife and dense forests from mining, while auctioning new blocks in future, after the recent Supreme Court decision to ...IBNLive India News, 2 weeks ago Greenpeace hopes for draft plan by Centre to protect wildlife from mining DNA, 2 weeks ago
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