Greenpeace activist moves Delhi HC challenging offloading

Greenpeace activist Priya Pillai on Tuesday moved the Delhi High Court challenging her offloading at the airport here, when she was on her way to London to brief British MPs on the rights of forest-dwelling communities affected by coal mining.

India court tells government to unlock Greenpeace cash

A court in New Delhi Tuesday ordered the government to unblock thousands of dollars of Greenpeace India`s funds after they were frozen following accusations that foreign-funded campaign groups were hurting India`s economy.

Unblock foreign funds of Greenpeace India: Delhi HC to govt

Delhi High Court on Tuesday directed the government to "unblock" foreign contributions to the tune of Rs 1.87 crore received by controversial NGO 'Greenpeace' from its Amsterdam headquarters, saying the ministry showed "no material to restrict access" to the foreign fund.

Greenpeace activist barred from boarding UK flight at Delhi Airport: NGO

A Greenpeace India member was barred from boarding a flight to London on Sunday.

Greenpeace hopes for draft plan to protect wildlife, forests

Greenpeace India expressed hopes here today that the central government would draft a comprehensive plan to protect wildlife and dense forests from mining, while auctioning new blocks in future, after the recent Supreme Court decision to cancel coal blocks across several states.

Greenpeace demands Moily quit as environment minister

Greenpeace India Tuesday demanded Environment Minister Veerappa Moily`s resignation for giving speedy clearances to 70 projects in 20 days.

Greenpeace protests as Delhi fails to meet renewable targets

Greenpeace activists Wednesday held protest against Delhi`s poor performance in meeting its renewable energy targets, and demanded that a policy on renewable energy be framed by the Delhi government.

Greenpeace criticises PM`s statement on nuke energ

A green NGO criticised Prime Minister Manmohan Singh`s statement that issues like genetically modified food or nuclear energy cannot be settled by faith, emotion or fear but by structured debate.

`Indian palm oil firms make Indonesian eco-disaster`

Greenpeace India Tuesday claimed that major Indian corporates houses could be linked to the destruction of the Indonesian rainforests through their imports of palm oil from the country.

`Chaturvedi report, a death warrant for forests`

Green activists claimed that the report of B K Chaturvedi committee would be a "death warrant" for forests and wildlife, if the govt accepts its recommendations.

Bihar broke energy promises: Greenpeace India

Greenpeace India has charged Bihar govt with going back on its promises on renewable energy.