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CEJI DEMANDS FABRICATED CASES AGAINST ENVIRONMENTAL ACTIVISTS PIYUSH MANUSH, MANSOOR ALI KHAN, VALARMATHI & OTHERS MUST BE DROPPED AND THEY BE RELEASED UNCONDITIONALLY

A Statement by the Coalition for Environmental Justice in India

Press Release : Bangalore : 20 June 2018

COALITION FOR ENVIRONMENTAL JUSTICE IN INDIA

HIGH-LEVEL PEOPLE'S INQUEST TEAM FINDS TAMILNADU POLICE/THOOTHUKUDI DISTRICT ADMIN GUILTY OF SERIOUS EXCESSES

A team comprising two retired judges of the High Court, two retired IAS, three retired senior IPS officers in addition to senior advocates, journalists and social workers has completed its 2-day inquest. A preliminary report is below.

Press Release : Bangalore : 2 June 2018

We share with you the Interim Report of the People's Inquest into the circumstances leading to Tamilnadu Police opening  fire on protestor's demanding closure of Vedanta Group's Sterlite Copper smelter at Thoothukudi.

Peoples Movements, Networks, Academicians, Researchers and Civil Society Organisations reject the Draft National Forest Policy 2018

Demand a fresh policy is evolved through a deeply democratic consultation mechanism and scientific process

Press Release : Bangalore : 14 April 2018

A nation-wide collective of peoples movments, forests peoples and workers struggle organisations, academics, researchers, civil society organisations, etc. have come together to comprehensively reject the Draft Forest Policy 2018 promoted by Indian Ministry of Environment, Forests and Climate Change on the following key grounds, among others:

“Government may appear insensitive, but it cannot ignore voices coming from different parts of the country”: Jairam Ramesh

Report of the Interaction on “New Draft Forest Policy and Deteriorating State of Environment in India” organised by ESG and Action Aid

13 April, 2018
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“Government may appear insensitive, but it cannot ignore voices coming from different parts of the country”: Jairam Ramesh

 

Justice Mr. N. Kumar (Retd.) calls for widespread and persistent efforts to resolve vexatious Municipal Waste Crisis

Says ESG Report “Bangalore's Toxic Legacy Intensifies” serves as foundation for furthering reforms undertaken

Written by Leo F. Saldanha, Swetha Rao Dhananka, Mallesh K. R., Harsh Vardhan Bhati, Apoorva Patil, Namrata Kabra for Environment Support Group
2 March, 2018

A wide range of people from all over Bangalore, representing a range of organisations and communities from within the city, peri-urban areas and villages affected by waste disposal, were present when Justice Mr. N.

Bangalore's Toxic Legacy Intensifies

Release of ESG Report on: "State of Landfill, Waste Processing Sites & Dumping Grounds, and Working Conditions of Pourakarmikas in Bangalore

Date: 2 March, 2018
Time: 10 am to 1 pm
Venue: Jain University, Palace Road, Bangalore. https://goo.gl/maps/q4MB5NmSdp32
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DRDO Drone Crash in Challakere highlights risks latent to the “science city” in Chitradurga, Karnataka

A Press Release by Amrit Mahal Kaval Hitarakshana Haagu Horata Samithi shared in solidarity by ESG

Press Release : Bangalore : 21 February 2018
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Drone Crash

How to protect trees from needless felling in Bangalore

The third workshop organised as part of ESG's 'How To' Workshop series

Date: 17 February, 2018
Time: 4.30 pm to 7 pm
Venue: @ ESG Workshop Space, 1575, Ring Road, Banashankari II Stage, Bangalore 560070. https://goo.gl/maps/5jrH71vvnC12
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How to Save Trees Workshop