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We’re a campaigning organisation that's working for an Africa where people live in harmony with nature, in a peaceful state of environmental and social justice.

Our mission is to nurture environmental awareness so that together we create a prosperous future to the benefit of humans, biodiversity, and the planet.

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We're using GPS trackers to expose illegal logging in the amazon

Blog entry by Richard George | October 20, 2014

My colleagues - and friends - in Brazil spent two months placing GPS trackers on illegal loggers in the Amazon. It's dangerous - but it helps us expose their crimes to the world. Greenpeace activists in Brazil spent monitoring...

Greenpeace Rolls Out the Green Carpet

Feature story | October 16, 2014 at 7:36

Greenpeace activists, together with community members from the coalfields around Witbank, have rolled out a green carpet outside the Department of Environmental Affairs, urging the National Air Quality Officer to reject Eskom’s application for...

Counting Down – 22 Days to the Start of the Last Desert Race in Antarctica

Blog entry by David Barnard | October 15, 2014

Four Deserts – Two Done, Two to Go Friday, 10 October 2014 The start of the 2014 Last Desert Race in Antarctica is fast approaching, and with only three weeks to go, there is not much time left for final training and...

South Africa’s pollution laws under full assault

Blog entry by Melita Steele | October 7, 2014

New pollution laws, called Minimum Emission Standards (MES), have been put in place to protect people’s lives as part of South Africa’s air quality legislation. The standards come into effect in April 2015 – but instead of driving...

Is FAO opening a window for ecological farming?

Blog entry by Monique Mikhail | September 25, 2014

It was an exciting moment for me and a small team of Greenpeace food campaigners to take part in the Food and Agriculture Organisation's (FAO) Agroecology Symposium in Rome last week. It was the first FAO event on agroecology in...

An apple a day keeps the pesticides away

Blog entry by Federica Ferrario | September 12, 2014

The fields around Malles in the heart of the Venosta Valley in northern Italy are right now surrounded by thousands of yellow and red apples, ready to be harvested. These apples–the real “gold” of this area, – will soon be produced...

Counting Down – 50 Days to the Start of the Last Desert Race in Antarctica

Blog entry by David Barnard | September 12, 2014

Today marks a significant day in the countdown to the Last Desert Race in Antarctica …only 50 days to go before the start of my epic run of 250km on the coldest, driest and windiest continent on earth. Antarctica is considered a...

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