Campaigns

Nuclear Liability Bill

15 March, 2010

Overview

A Definite Race to the Bottom: The Civil Liability for Nuclear Damage Bill, 2010 protects nuclear industry from the real costs of compensating loss of life, property and environment in the event of a nuclear disaster.

Index of Submissions for MoEF Suno and MoEF Chalo, 13-14 November 2005

13 November, 2005

Environment Ministry v. Environment

Case Studies of Environmental Clearance Violations across the Country

Presented in

MoEF Suno!

A Public Hearing on

Grievances of Communities Affected by Environmental Decision Making on Development Projects

Delhi, 13 November 2005

Press Release - Krishi Bhoomi Samrakshana Samithi - Bajpe, 28 November 2007

Press Release : Bangalore : 28 November 2009

Krishi Bhoomi Samrakshana Samithi
(Permude, Thenka Ekkaru, Kutthethooru, Delantha Bettu villages)
D'Cunha Complex, Katil Road, Permude, Mangalore
Tel: 0824-2442789/9448216975

Demand to postpone the environmental public hearing on the proposed Mangalore SEZ in compliance with the Environmental Impact Assessment notification

28 November 2007, Bajpe

Mangalore Petrochemical SEZ

29 November, 2009

Background

29 Nov. 07 - Mangalore Petrochemical SEZ Environmental Public Hearing Ended Abruptly

Protest at the District Magistrate's office

Keywords:

Kudremukh

24 August, 2000

Background

Ore prospecting in Kudremukh

Kali Bachao Andolan

25 February, 2007

Background

(The Kali River)

Handigondi Rock

29 May, 2005

Background

(The Handigondi Rock near Ramanagram)

Fire Safety in Schools

9 August, 2004

Background

All of us were shocked and saddened by the death of more than 90 school children in Kumbakonam, Tamil Nadu on July 16th, 2004. Such images of abject grief, of victims, of largely avoidable man-made disasters, occur repeatedly in India and are soon forgotten till the next incident jolts public memory again.

Prime Minister asked to stop unconstitutional amendment to EIA Notification extending sops to industry during elections

Press Release : Bangalore : 24 March 2009

More than 500 environmentalists, people's movements, social activists, social action networks, NGOs and concerned individuals from across India and the world have called for suspension of all work on the proposed amendments to the Environment Impact Assessment Notification - 2006. In a letter addressed to Prime Minister Dr.

Keywords:

EIA Notification 2006 Amendment

23 March, 2009

Background

In 2006, the Indian Environment and Forest Ministry (MoEF) comprehensively amended the EIA Notification despite widespread concerns that it promoted weak and undemocratic environmental regulatory systems. MoEF is now back with a further amendment extending a 3 year holiday from rigorous environmental compliance to highly polluting and resource intensive industrial and infrastructure sectors.