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Friday, January 6, 2012

SPOOF VIDEO


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Hope you are having a great New Year. This year we have a very simple question for our government, “Why this koyla (coal) mining, koyla mining di?”
Last year over 25,000 people became citizens of the virtual Republic of Junglistan to protect our forests from destruction. Some of these citizens got Sheroo and Bhaloo from Junglistan to record their own rendition of the super-hit phenomenon Kolaveri di. You won’t be able to resist sharing this version with others.
So, watch this fun volunteer video from the Republic of Junglistan and share it with your friends and family to spread the word about the safety of our forests.
http://www.greenpeace.in/junglistan/save/why-this-koyla-mining-di.php
Coal mining threatens large forest areas in Central-eastern India. The government’s greed for coal endangers the wildlife like tigers in these forests and the livelihood of millions of people dependent on the forests.
There is enough energy to power our needs without destroying these forests. Efficient use of the existing coal and electricity and renewable energy solutions can give us the electricity we need, without hurting our forests.
Thanks a billion!
Picture of Preethi Herman
Preethi Herman
Climate and Energy Campaigner,
Greenpeace India.
PS: Greenpeace is an independent organisation funded by individuals like you. To strengthen the forest campaign we need to build a broad support in a very short time. You can make a contribution as low as Rs 200 to help this work. Your contribution will help further the struggle to save our forests. Click here to chip in.
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