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India needs to say no to nuclear power: Greenpeace
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India needs to re-think its energy policy and say no to nuclea...

India needs to "re-think" its energy policies and say no to nuclear power, Greenpeace India said on Tuesday after the NGO released a report highlighting high radiation levels in Fukushima in Japan. The post India needs to re-think its energy policy and say no ... First Post.com, 2 months ago

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Rising deaths connected to increase in air pollution, says Greenpeace; slams govt for taking no action

New Delhi: Is the increase in air pollution responsible for the rising deaths in India? The debate surrounding this question is heating up as Greenpeace has slammed the Centre's day-old claim of there being no conclusive data to link the two.
 Zee News2 months ago No data to link deaths exclusively with air pollution: Govt  DNA2 months ago

Ro-Ro gets NGO green signal; calls for long-term approach to lessen pollution

The Greenpeace India said movement of goods through public transport systems such as railways is a cleaner way of transportation compared to the truck-based system. It said the method will?reduce pollution, curb greenhouse gases emissions and bring down ...
 Zee News1 month ago Ro-Ro gets NGO thumbs up; calls for long-term approach to curb  Business Standard1 month ago

Emission standards of TPPs shouldn't be diluted: Green bodies

Green bodies today demanded that emission standards set for thermal power plants should not be diluted and said inadequate execution of such norms worsens air pollution killing 1.2 million people in India every year. Volunteers and activists of the green ...
 Business Standard3 weeks ago Activists oppose dilution of thermal power plant emission norms  Prokerala3 weeks ago

Scotland Yard accused of using Indian hackers for spying

The UK's Independent Police Complaints Commission (IPCC) has launched an investigation after the letter containing passwords for email accounts belonging to four Greenpeace campaigners as well as journalists and photographers was sent to Baroness Jenny Jones, ...
 DNA1 month ago

Reopening of Badarpur power plant a setback: Greenpeace

The reopening of Badarpur thermal power plant, scheduled for tomorrow, will be a "setback" to the efforts in reducing public health crisis associated with air pollution, Greenpeace India said today.
 DNA1 month ago

Congo expels two Greenpeace researchers investigating logging

Authorities in Democratic Republic of Congo have expelled a filmmaker and researcher working for Greenpeace following a trip to forest communities affected by industrial logging.
 DNA1 month ago
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Air quality in Delhi remains poor

[India], Feb.13 (ANI): The air quality remained poor in the city with prominent pollutants PM 2.5 and PM 10 levels above normal at most of the locations in Delhi, according to Delhi Traffic Police. A report published by Greenpeace India in January stated that ...
 Sify2 months ago Jakarta overwhelmed by bad air quality  Prokerala2 weeks ago Air quality remained poor in the City, Delhi Traffic Police  Business Standard2 months ago Air quality poor in the city, says Delhi Police  catchnews.com2 months ago
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India's human rights shame: Amnesty report highlights problems galore

Amnesty International has published its annual report, which provides the most comprehensive overview of the state of human rights globally, including reports from 159 countries. The report documented war crimes committed in at least 23 countries in 2016. In ...
 catchnews.com2 months ago

Greenpeace blocks Coca-Cola UK entrance with sculpture

Environment activists blocked the entrance to Coca-Cola's UK headquarters in London with a 2.5-tonne sculpture featuring a seagull regurgitating plastic, and called for the company to do more to help prevent plastic pollution.The Greenpeace activists said the ...
 Prokerala2 weeks ago
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