Pabitra Mukhopadhyay
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Are journalists partial towards neutrality?

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Take environmental reporting. Until recently, mainstream media reported environmental crises and it's deniers, the business as usual politicos and oil lobbies with equal credibility. The…Continue

There should be something such as Consumption Ethics?

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As questions are coming up increasingly regarding the constraints of Growth in a world of finite resources, there should now be some ethical limits of personal consumption. The consumer economy feeds…Continue

 

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Are journalists partial towards neutrality?

Take environmental reporting. Until recently, mainstream media reported environmental crises and it's deniers, the business as usual politicos and oil lobbies with equal credibility. The sensationalism aspect of reporting notwithstanding, how far such neutrality benefit humanity in the long run?Are journalists partial towards neutrality?See More
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Are journalists partial towards neutrality?

Take environmental reporting. Until recently, mainstream media reported environmental crises and it's deniers, the business as usual politicos and oil lobbies with equal credibility. The sensationalism aspect of reporting notwithstanding, how far such neutrality benefit humanity in the long run?Are journalists partial towards neutrality?See More
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Climate Literacy

It was a rainy afternoon when my friend Anupama Sen and I were stuck in the small coffee-shop in south Calcutta. Anupama is my childhood friend, now a renowned physician in the city with a neat six figure private practice – I recalled her super sharp mind and fierce debating skills from the high school days. We seemed to…See More
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It's dark days in Bengal, says released scientist

Scientist Parth Sarothi Roy, who was released after being in jail for 10 days, accused West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee of targeting intellectuals....
Apr 19, 2012
Pabitra Mukhopadhyay posted a discussion

There should be something such as Consumption Ethics?

As questions are coming up increasingly regarding the constraints of Growth in a world of finite resources, there should now be some ethical limits of personal consumption. The consumer economy feeds on popular demand, sometimes the demand seems to be 'manufactured' (bottled water industry) and incredible choice of consumption that encourages one to consume without almost no sense of reasonability. It is known that this 'monstrous' consumption engine depletes world of natural resources, fossil…See More
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"I hope to see the whole crowd soon!"
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ThinkBrigade

Thinkbrigade is an independent online magazine, which is published by a united, collaborative and multi-media team of 35 international reporters. It aims to showcase “best practices” of multimedia reporting through a team-based method where sharing ideas and skills takes place in order to cover the timely topics that matter to the world.Here, the ThinkBrigade reporters can collaborate and share their work. See More
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Apr 16, 2012
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Climate Himalaya
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http://pabitraspeaks.com
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Experience.
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Amateur Blogger, Environment Enthusiast, Professional Technocrat.

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Climate Literacy

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It was a rainy afternoon when my friend Anupama Sen and I were stuck in the small coffee-shop in south Calcutta. Anupama is my childhood friend, now a renowned physician in the city with a neat six figure private practice – I recalled her super sharp mind…

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