Films & Documentaries

ESG projects and campaigns cover a wide range of issues, a common theme across which is that of encouraging community involvement in decision making regarding environmental and social justice concerns.

ESG organizes or participates in facilitating public meetings and workshops with the intention of raising awareness in the community, judiciary and government bodies about environmental issues, environmental law, and the citizens’ Rights.

Films and Documentaries are a medium through which we can disseminate information about our projects to a wide audience.

‘THE DIE IS CASTE’ is an appraisal of three decades of the Naxalite (extreme-left) movement in the state of Bihar, in eastern India.
‘Nammuru Chandaduru’, Kannada with English Subtitles: ESG Film on Solid Waste Managment
The Governments of Karnataka and India secretively diverted about 10,000 acres of pristine grassland ecosystems in Challakere Taluk, Chitradurga district during 2007-13 for a massive military-industrial-nuclear complex.
The Governments of Karnataka and India secretively diverted about 10,000 acres of pristine grassland ecosystems in Challakere Taluk, Chitradurga district during 2007-13 for a massive military-industrial-nuclear complex.
swissnex Day Movies 2011 – India – China – Future Cities
“Santhimmi” is a Pourakarmika who suffers brutal indignities every day as she cleans up streets and peoples’ homes.

Others

Stone Breakers

ESG assisted BBC World Service (Radio and TV) in doing a story on stone quarries in and around Bangalore. Issues addressed include how British consumers are unaware that the stone they are buying is actually quarried from South India (especially in and around Bangalore) based on extensive human rights violations, exploitation of labor and destruction of forests.

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