Thousands of Monkeys Take Over Government Buildings in India

India’s government has literally gone ape. In New Dehli almost 5000 red-faced rhesus macaque monkeys are hanging around New Dehli’s government buildings wreaking such havoc such as stealing food, damaging power lines and stealing documents through windows, according to Reuters. One local animal rights activist said this is a problem that will work itself out… Read More Thousands of Monkeys Take Over Government Buildings in India

India Environmentalists Oppose More Development in Mumbai

After Mumbai’s state government enacted changes to a special development district for the Seawoods development in the city, Asian Age quotes a spokesman with the Navi Mumbai Environment Preservation Society said the move is a way to benefit developers at the expense of lands of ecological importance. At issue is the construction not only more… Read More India Environmentalists Oppose More Development in Mumbai

Rajendra Pachauri allowed to return to work at non-profit

Back in February, Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) chief of thirteen years Rajendra Pachauri resigned due to allegations of sexual harassment. In addition to working at the IPCC, Pachauri also works as a Director at an environmental science and policy research center in India known as The Energy and Resources Institute (TERI). One week… Read More Rajendra Pachauri allowed to return to work at non-profit

Greenpeace seeks to shut down smelting operation using Mahan forest as excuse

If environmentalists truly seek to save endangered or unique species one would think that they would conduct efforts in a similar manner to the World Wildlife Fund that fund preserving forms of nature via fundraising and voluntary exchange. Instead the majority of groups that make up the global green movement act as nothing more than… Read More Greenpeace seeks to shut down smelting operation using Mahan forest as excuse