Sundarbans is a UNESCO world heritage site and a Ramsar wetland site, and the world’s largest mangrove forest. Naturally, threats to the Sundarbans is of global concern — and therefore there has been extensive coverage in international media in addition to national media, especially on the issue of the Rampal coal plant.

Press conference on “The newly completed UNESCO World Heritage Committee meeting, the future of the coastal and Sundarbans and our doings ! ” on 08 July 2019

Press conference about “UNESCO’s latest recommendation for the protection of the Sundarbans, negligence of the government towards the forest and related issues” 28 June 2019

Press Conference on  “Updating Sundarbans situation in the perspective of UNESCO decisions 2017” on 18 March 2019

Press Conference on “To Stop Rampal Power Plant Near the Sundarbans” on 27 August 2018

Press Conference on “The latest condition of the destruction of the Sundarbans: Protest against government’s indifference and to protect the forest” on 18 May 2018


Press Conference on “Protesting Govt’s Conversion of 24 Red category Industries to green categories” on 11 April 2018

Press Conference on “To demand UNESCO’s immediate step to protect the Sundarbans’’ on 13 April 2018


Citizens Rally on “Protesting against govt. ignorance towards UNESCO Resolution & Peoples demands on saving the Sundarbans” on 31 March 2018.

  Press Conference on “Updating on the Sundarbans and Rampal Power Plant Project” on 30 December 2017