In Bhopal, the campaign for justice for the victims of the gas tragedy is celebrating a victory. After 15 days of hunger strike and active campaigning, the Government of Madhya Pradesh has agreed "to implement key demands to improve life for the survivors of the Union Carbide gas leak and ongoing water poisoning". Two of the leading figures in this campaign are Goldman Environmental Prize winners Rashida Bee and Champa Devi ( in the photo above, immediately after the government's announcement). Of course the campaign goes on, for as it stands now, compensation received by the survivors averages 6.2¢ per day. Read here what that compensation is worth. A potent driving force behind this movement are the Students for Bhopal who have mobilized strong local and international support for the campaign.