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Go organic, to improve Indian Economy

by Paras Yadav

Consultation on sustainable agro-economy and improving soil health was co-organised by Greenpeace India, Mahila Shramjeebee Mancha, Odisha, and Odisha Shramjeebee Mancha on Tuesday. The discussion aimed to sensitise stakeholders especially…


Solarisation of Agriculture

July 2019

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…

GENETICALLY MODIFIED mustard is not needed

December 2016

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.

Bihar Living Soils Project

August 2016

Barhat Block of Jamui District provides the perfect example of positive effects of a focus on Living Soils, and Greenpeace India is showcasing their success.

Ecological Farming: The seven principles of a food system that has people at its heart

May 2015

Greenpeace’s Food and Farming Vision describes what Ecological Farming means, and how it can be summarised in seven overarching, interdependent principles

BRAI bill: A threat to our food and farming

February 2012

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…

Effects on health and environment of transgenic (or GM) Bt brinjal

April 2009

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.