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Wednesday, December 7, 2011

THANK YOU




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Right now coal minister Sriprakash Jaiswal is probably reading the Greenpeace fact finding reports on the impact of coal mining on tigers [1] and people. [2] What’s special about these reports? It was made possible by people like you.
Contributions made by individuals like you earlier this year, helped Greenpeace conduct a fact-finding mission in Chandrapur, Maharashtra and Singrauli in Madhya Pradesh, and come up with a report about the impacts of coal mining on tigers and people in the respective areas. Now these reports are strengthening our argument to protect forests.
Forests in Central India still face the immense threat of more coal mining. It will take months of campaigning to ensure that our forests are safe. Contributions from people like you made a big difference and helped sustain this work so far.
Can you make a contribution of Rs 200 or more and help save our forests and environment?
http://www.greenpeace.in/donate/help-sustain-our-forests-work.php
Financial independence enables Greenpeace India to take on the government and business groups that harm the environment. To maintain this independence Greenpeace India does not take money from the government or business groups. It is funded by individuals like you.
The forests in Central India have a large population of tigers and other wildlife. They also support the livelihoods of millions of people. Coal mining here will threaten tigers, wildlife and livelihoods.
Coal available in existing mines, renewable energy and energy efficiency can give us sufficient electricity. The forests can be saved. Help save them, make a contribution now!
http://www.greenpeace.in/donate/help-sustain-our-forests-work.php
Thanks a billion!
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Preethi Herman
Climate and Energy Campaigner
Greenpeace India

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