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This Airpocalypse report is the fourth version in the series of Airpocalypse reports published annually by Greenpeace India since January 2017. The current version of the report “Airpocalypse-IV” analyses and…
As India grapples with the health emergency of high air pollution levels, one of the biggest polluting sectors, coal-based power generation is not making any serious efforts to help improve…
Recently there have been multiple discussions about air quality improvements in Delhi and some reports also mentioned that Delhi has shown a 25% decrease in air pollution levels between 2016-2018…
Read the report Global Hotspot and Emission Sources for SO2_August 2019 August 19th, 2019: New analyses of NASA data on the largest point sources of SO2 – one of the…
Read The report Global Hotspot and Emission Sources for SO2_August 2019 New analyses of NASA data on the largest point sources of SO2 – one of the key pollutants…
Airpocalypse-III-ReportA new report by Greenpeace India has identified 139 cities where air pollution levels exceed national standards but were not included in the National Clean Air Programme (NCAP) that was…
For the third year in a row, most leading indicators of coal power capacity growth declined in 2018, including construction starts, pre-construction activity, and plant completions, according to the Global…
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…
As Indian metro cities continue to battle alarming pollution levels, Greenpeace’s analysis of NO2 satellite data re-asserts that transport and industrial clusters are giving rise to the country’s worst Nitrogen…
To achieve its 2022 renewable energy targets, the government needs to look for creative ways of implementing decentralised renewable energy schemes. Successful installation of solar pumps across India can help…
Hyderabad, by virtue of being a Tier 1 city, is representative of most locations in India from where most demand for RTPV solar is likely to arise.
This report is a Chennai specific summary of the larger report titled, “Assessing the Rooftop Solar PV Potential of Hyderabad and Chennai“.
Greenpeace India is launching a multi-city programme to spread awareness among residents and small business owners of the advantages of going solar.
This report shows that deadly air pollution is not a problem restricted to Delhi-NCR (National Capital Region) or even to India’s metros.
The proposal to allow cultivation of the genetically modified (GM) oilseed mustard DMH-11 doesn’t take into account recent advances with either conventional breeding production of hybrid varieties.
Millions around the world are dying from polluted air, but as countries get richer they usually clean up their air.
This study emphasises on the urgent need to comply with the thermal power plant emission standards announced in December 2015.
Greenpeace’s Food and Farming Vision describes what Ecological Farming means, and how it can be summarised in seven overarching, interdependent principles
The Biotechnology Regulatory Authority of India (BRAI) bill, 2011, has been proposed by the Ministry of Science and Technology, Government of India. If cleared, this bill will ease the entry…
A report by Professor Gilles-Eric Seralini, University of Caen France, shows the danger genetically modified Bt brinjal poses to the environment and our health.