Blow Your Voice is a nonprofit environmental science and animal rights & protection news platform that produces original reporting in Odia and English` We are dedicated to evidence-driven objective journalism.
Our main beats are pet animals, forests, zoos, wildlife, oceans, and the conservation sector. We also undertake special reporting projects, which are deep dives on specific topics and geographies. We offer a variety of newsletters and have a presence on various social media platforms like Facebook, Twitter, koo, youtube and Instagram .
Blowyourvoice’s readership includes officials in development agencies, natural resources management ministries, scientists, business leaders, and civil society, among others.
Sujata Singh founded blowyourvoice.com in 2022 out of in the memory of her husband a true enviournmentalist, animal activist and a whistle blower Late Sanjib Kumar Das. She called the site blow your voice as Sanjib Kumar das was a whistle blower of society and his dedication towards animal is unmissable. He died as a covid hero in 3rd June 2021 while serving the stray animals. This site will carry forward his legacy.
‘We do write on behalf of voicless beings like animals, birds, microbes, insects, soil, forests, oceans, and enviornment’
‘We help people who are working for animal rights and enviornment. animals’ we raise voice for animal rights and safety,
‘We’re great because..we work dedicatedly to save this earth for next generation’ because earth is not our property, It is a leagcy to pass on safely generation to generation.
“We all moan and groan about the loss of quality of life through the destruction of our ecology, and yet each one of us, in our own little comfortable ways, contributes daily to that destruction. It’s time now to awaken in each one of us the respect and attention our beloved mother deserves.” — Ed Asner
Choosing to save a river is more often an act of passion than of careful calculation. You make the choice because the river has touched your life in an intimate and irreversible way, because you are unwilling to accept its loss. — (David Bolling, How to Save a River: Handbook for Citizen Action)
Every animal, every creature knows what to eat and what not to eat. The human species are supposed to be the most intelligent on the planet, but they don’t even know what to eat. Forget about how to be, human beings do not even know what to eat. So, it takes a certain mindfulness and attention to learn to listen to your body. Once you have that, you know what to eat and what not to eat.- Sadguru