World Bank Report leaked – Carbon Market collapse

Leaked World Bank report confirms carbon market collapse By Chris Lang, 29th September 2011 In a recent draft report, the World Bank writes that “The value of transactions in the primary CDM market declined sharply in 2009 and further in 2010 … amid chronic uncertainties about future mitigation targets and market mechanisms after 2012.”....


Sensitise Panchayat election candidate on Environment & Disaster management

Provision in State Panchayati Raj Act on Environment & Disaster Management: Sensitise Panchayat election candidate on Environment & Disaster management Continue to read:

Taking India’s Anti-Coal campaign to the World Bank

WASHINGTON, Sep 20 (IPS) - As leaders from two of the world's largest financial institutions, the World Bank and International Monetary Fund, met for annual meetings here Tuesday, a delegation of activists from India called on the World Bank to follow through with its proposal to dramatically cut funding for coal-burning power stations. Courtesy: IPS... Continue Reading →

Statement of Protest: David Barsamian – Founder of Alternative Radio denied entry into India

For Publication and Circulation STATEMENT OF PROTEST We write to protest the denial of entry to David Barsamian by  Immigration Authorities at the New Delhi airport in the early hours of September 23, 2011, and we write to draw attention to the growing arbitrariness of the Indian Government in dealing with dissent of any kind.... Continue Reading →

Update from POSCO Pratirodh Sangram Samiti as on 29th September 201

Dear Friends, Thank you very much for your immediate response to our last update. A day after the private goons attacked our people, on 27th September 2011, more than 3000 villagers dug up the main entry point of Dhinkia village from the coast side to prevent the contractors and their henchmen from building the road... Continue Reading →

Workers Struggle in Maruti-Suzuki

So far, most of the press coverage related to workers struggle in Maruti-Suzuki were primarily focused on the multinational's economic loss and hardly any sincere coverage to do a reality check on the worker's struggle. This article in The Hindu attempts to do some justice to the workers struggle there. The multinational refuses to be... Continue Reading →

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