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Petition - Clean Up Polluted River That Turned Dog's Fur Blue
Environment  (tags: India, Polluted River, blue turned dogs, water contamination, chemical spill, responsibility, sustainable behaviour, dangerous waste, water clean up, ecosystems )

Kalliope
- 86 days ago - forcechange.com
Demand that more be done to crack down on pollution due to industrial waste. For weeks, residents of the Indian community of Navi Mumbai were mystified by a strange phenomenon. Nearly a dozen stray dogs had inexplicably turned bright blue.
Monsanto Loses Millions of Dollars After Indian Farmers Switch to Indigenous Seeds
Environment  (tags: farming, GMOs, seeds, crops, India, farmers )

Freya
- 185 days ago - nationofchange.org
Monsanto is losing millions of dollars now that farmers in India are switching to indigenous cotton seeds rather than Bt cotton. The agrochemical company is known for pushing a form of Bt cotton in India for the last decade.
An Environmentalist Who Is Nothing Short Of a Saviour!
Environment  (tags: India, Coorg, Kodagu, Col C P Muthanna, environmentalist, Environment & Health Foundation (EHF), Coorg Wildlife Society, High Tension Power Line, elephants, HIMEK Alliance for Stabilization of Clim, Rashmi Oberoi )

Evelyn
- 226 days ago - thecitizen.in
We were born to help the world, not to destroy it - why we are destroying the very environment we live in? Fortunately, there are hard-core environmentalists who are nothing short of saviours are working tirelessly & round the clock to save our habitat
ACTION WORLD BANK: Switch Off TATA Mundra Power Plant
Environment  (tags: pollution, healthconditions, environment, coal plant, India, world, World Bank, destruction, ecosystems, protection )

AWAY AWHI
- 323 days ago - act.350.org
Ten of thousands of lives are at stake in Mundra, India. Tata Mundra coal plant, financed by the World Bank, is destroying these people's only source of livelihood -- fishing.
India's Coal Conundrum
Environment  (tags: coal, development, India, environment, destruction, ecosystems, protection, pollution, healthconditions, world )

AWAY AWHI
- 431 days ago - abc.net.au
India is growing. It needs energy, and coal is cheap and plentiful. Now the country is grappling with the environmental and social consequences.
India: A Plea to Protect Our Forests PETITION
Environment  (tags: policy, development, India, habitatdestruction, deforestation, habitat, environment, destruction, ecosystems, wildlife, world )

AWAY AWHI
- 473 days ago - change.org
The hub of the problem lies in lack of proper environmental management and short sighted developmental agenda
Battling IndiaâEUR(TM)s Sand Barons
Environment  (tags: activism, India, mining interests, environment, destruction, ecosystems, pollution, protection, world, politics )

AWAY AWHI
- 554 days ago - news.mongabay.com
Environmental activist S. Mugilan confronts the sand-mining mafia in IndiaâEUR(TM)s Tamil Nadu state, even as other activists lose their lives attempting to save the stateâEUR(TM)s natural resources
Eat, Pray, Pollute: The Unintended Consequences of Yoga Tourism in Its Sacred Hometown
Environment  (tags: pollution, protection, healthconditions, Ganges, yoga activies, tourism, India, environment, destruction, ecosystems, water, world )

AWAY AWHI
- 554 days ago - sports.vice.com
As more tourists than ever make their way to Rishikesh in search of physical and spiritual cleanliness, pollution in and along the Ganges has never been worse. Locals complain that the ashrams are dumping sewage and litter into the Ganges, the same river
Thousands of Planned Coal Plants, If Built, Could Doom Efforts to Contain Global Warming
Environment  (tags: climate change, carbon emissions, coal, fossil fuels, India )

Freya
- 709 days ago - alternet.org
If all the 2,440 coal plants in the pipeline were to be built, by 2030, emissions from coal power would be 400 percent higher than what is consistent with a 2°C pathway, says the "Coal Gap" report, which was released in Paris on Tuesday.
Decade Of Drought A Global Tour Of Seven Recent Water Crises
Environment  (tags: drought, global water crisis, Mesopotamian, California, Brazil, China, Spain, Australia, India, climate change, climate disruption, water managers, governments, businesses )

Dandelion
- 877 days ago - theguardian.com
Larger populations and growing economies demand more water and in some places climate change will likely reduce available water supply. Drought risk is high and growing worldwide. Businesses, govts and all water managers must make intelligent decisions.
Greenpeace India May Shut Down By June 2015 ! PLEASE SIGN ! !
Environment  (tags: environment, habitat, protection, India, freedom of speech )

CherAWAY
- 926 days ago - act.greenpeace.in
Its NOW or NEVER. You can ensure that this fight for a greener India continues.
Watch What Happens When Tribal Women Manage India's Forests
Environment  (tags: forests, destruction, conservation, India, tribal peoples, trees )

Naoko
- 931 days ago - ipsnews.net
"No one can cheat us of even one metre of our mother, the forest. She has given us life and we have given our lives for her." -- Kama Pradhan, a tribal woman from the Gunduribadi village
TAKE ACTION NOW! India's Farmers Are at Risk From Monsanto.
Environment  (tags: GMOs, Monsanto, India, agriculture, healthconditions, environment, destruction, ecosystems, world, protection, pollution )

AWAY AWHI
- 971 days ago - action.sumofus.org
Monsanto wants to introduce its genetically engineered food crops, starting with its pesticide-resistant corn, despite facing local opposition.
Disappearing Oasis: Northeastern India Losing Forests as People Move in -
Environment  (tags: deforestation, India, agriculture, agriculture and food, ecosystems, environment, destruction, wildlife, world, humans, habitatdestruction, habitat )

AWAY AWHI
- 1094 days ago - news.mongabay.com
Global Forest Watch (GFW) shows that India as a whole lost about 842,200 hectares of forest between 2001 and 2012. Of this, about 548,440 hectares was lost from northeast India alone. -
The Yamuna River--India's Unholy Mess
Environment  (tags: pollution, water, world, India, water pollution, environment, destruction, ecosystems, animals, green, habitat, habitatdestruction, nature, humans, politics, protection )

AWAY AWHI
- 1229 days ago - ipsnews.net
the Ganges' largest tributary, the Yamuna - also one of the most polluted in the world and which provides the capital city of Delhi with 70 percent of its water needs
 

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