Anyone who concentrates on environmental problems in Tamil Nadu must come across the name of Neduncheziyan and Poovulagun Nanbargal.
The forefathers to create ecological awareness in Tamilnadu by publishing the most important books in the history of Tamilnadu ecology in the late 1980s is the high-level integrity of the Poovulagin Nanbargal ('Friends of the Earth'). The group of young people who joined Chezhiyan's guidance made a historical contribution to the environment scenario of Tamilnadu.
Their activities were made in the 90s through their publications that their definition of the environment was a transition from the work of simple tree planting, and they said there was a political context behind every ecological disorder.
The crew created the world's most important environmental books in Tamil. The dangers of the Koodankulam Nuclear Power Center were written by the signing of the letter to the Government. Poovulagin Nanbargal, who were behind is the creation of many Tamil words that are used today as biodiversity, genetic change, and biotechnology. Prithviraj, Seenu Tamilnani, Purushothaman, Kumaraswamy and Neelakandan, who have worked together with chezhiyan and created a new history
Nedunchezhian was responsible for Poovulagin Nanbargal publications and various ecological books through it. As a visionary thinker, he started a very deep discourse on Tamil Nadu environmental issues 30 years ago. The group has published more than 50 books, promoting youth who sought his own and guided him to act as ideologically. He turned his home into a field of activity, and he also conducted a compilation of 'Friends of the Earth'.
He worked for Indian Overseas Bank and has acted as Chairman of the Indian Division of Amnesty International. Human rights and social justice. He approached problems on the basis of left-wing philosophies. Globalization-liberalization-privatization is the most critical critic of the 1990s. He also voted against patent and intellectual property rights. He died in 2006.
Now we a group of young people follow the path of our forefathers and working for the environment issues of Tamilnadu...