Category Archive: Environment

Few things AAP Govt in Delhi must do

Gopal Krishna, the author of this article, is an activist. He runs ToxicsWatch Alliance, Ban Asbestos Network of India (BANI), IMOWatch, MediaVigil & WaterWatch Alliance. He is also researching the corporate crimes in… Continue reading

Congress-led Govt is a threat to environment and public health

Gopal Krishna, the author of this article, is an activist. He runs ToxicsWatch Alliance, Ban Asbestos Network of India (BANI), IMOWatch, MediaVigil & WaterWatch Alliance. He is also researching the corporate crimes in… Continue reading

Shankar Guha Niyogi and the Chhattisgarh Peoples Movement

On 3 June 1977, barely three months after the emergency was lifted, the struggle of Dalli-Rajhara miners and the name of Shankar Guha Niyogi (14 Feb 1943– 28 Sept 1991) became known to… Continue reading

‘Cabinet Committee on Security Note On Nuclear Deals A Sham’

Cabinet Committee on Security Note, Attorney- General’s opinion in contempt of Parliament US, Russian nuclear suppliers attempt to escape liability under Fukushima shadow Scrap IAEA-WHO Agreement and Atomic Energy Act of 1962 in… Continue reading

नियमगिरि: प्रतिरोध की भाषा

अभिषेक श्रीवास्तव स्वतंत्र पत्रकार हैं। इनसे guru.abhishek[at]gmail.com पर संपर्क किया जा सकता है। हम राजुलगुड़ा गांव से बमुश्किल पांच किलोमीटर ऊपर जंगलों में पहुंचे थे कि तीन डोंगरिया कोंध महिलाओं से अचानक साक्षात्‍कार… Continue reading

BRICS Lessons From Mozambique

Bobby Peek is director of the NGO groundWork. Just across the border in Mozambique there is neo-colonial exploitation underway. It is not Europe or the United States that are dominating, but rather countries… Continue reading

Lessons from Chapra, Bihar Insecticides Tragedy should not be forgotten

Agriculture Ministry, Pollution Control Board should ensure inventorization, proper disposal of obsolete pesticides and contaminated containers, says Gopal Krishna, an activist. He can be contacted at krishna2777@gmail.com. While it has been acknowledged that… Continue reading

Hydropower politics: The struggle for control of the world’s longest river

Elissa Jobson is a freelance journalist based in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. She can be contacted at twitter. Strong emotions rise to the surface when discussions turn to the Nile, the world’s longest river.… Continue reading

Okhla’s Eco-sensitive zone violated by Jindal’s power plant with impunity

ToxicsWatch Alliance’s Press Release/New Delhi, June 22, 2013 Okhla’s Eco-sensitive zone violated by Jindal’s power plant with impunity Public health disaster imminent due to violation of eco-sensitive zone Residents demand closure of the… Continue reading

Open Letter to Prime Minister on his Germany Visit

April 10, 2013 Dear Dr Manmohan Singhji, This is with reference to your visit to Germany from 10 to 12 April 2013 at the invitation of the German Chancellor, Dr. Angela Merkel, for… Continue reading

‘Bihar Dy CM misinforms State Assembly on Asbestos, adverse health impact studies’: Activists

Press Release of Toxics Watch/New Delhi/Patna/April 10, 2013 Gopal Krishna, Convener, ToxicsWatch Alliance (TWA), Web: http://www.toxicswatch.org, E-mail: gopalkrishna1715@gmail.com, Mb: 9818089660 Ajit Kr Singh, Convener, Khet Bachao Jeevan Bachao Jan Sangharsh Committee (KBJBJC), Vaishali,… Continue reading