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He frolicked in forests as a kid. Now he's saving them from a coal mine plan
by Anupama Chandrasekaran

NPR    Translate This Article
9 June 2024

On 9 June 2024 NPR reported: Alok Shukla has led a decade-long grassroots campaign against some companies seeking to develop coal mines in forested areas in Central India. Shukla became an environmental activist and in 2011 confronted big mining companies planning to raze forests to mine coal. In May, 43-year-old Shukla was declared as one of the six winners of the 2024 Goldman Environmental award for his successes. Global Good News service views this news as a sign of rising positivity in the field of science, documenting the growth of life-supporting, evolutionary trends.

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