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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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A Leap for the South African Earth Hour Movement

Blog entry by Ricardo Rodrigues | April 10, 2014

As a collective of individuals we managed to save enough power during this year’s Earth Hour to power a city the size of Polokwane in South Africa.  This proves that the World Wide Fund for Nature’s (WWF- http://www.earthhour.org/)...

RFUK opposes planned lifting of logging moratorium in the DRC

Blog entry by Joe Eisen | April 10, 2014

The Rainforest Foundation UK (RFUK) has joined forces with other international campaigning NGOs to oppose the imminent lifting of a moratorium on the allocation of new industrial logging concessions in the Democratic Republic of Congo...

“Protesting is a right, not a crime”

Blog entry by Lerato Tsotetsi | April 9, 2014

It appears public, peaceful protesting has come under attack. Last week a brave Rosina Gonzalez, along with 5 other activists, of Greenpeace Mexico took to the streets to demonstrate their support for clean and safe renewable energy.

World oceans: The era of challenges

Blog entry by Bakary Coulibaly | April 4, 2014

We’re at the fishing port of Mbour, 80 km from Dakar, one of the largest ports in Senegal. After spending 8 hours at sea defying waves and bad weather with low morale, Ndiaga Diop, a local fisherman, returns home with an almost empty...

Latest Climate Report: a Wake-up Call For Our Oceans Too

Blog entry by Willie Mackenzie | April 2, 2014

We know climate change is the biggest threat facing our world, which is why it is Greenpeace’s priority campaign. The latest report by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) highlights the enormous   impacts and...

DRC Logging: 87% illegal says new study

Blog entry by Raoul Monsembula | April 1, 2014

Almost all of the logging in the Democratic Republic of Congo is illegal, says   a new report by the UK-based think tank, Chatham House . Though the figure of 87% is a startling one, it is not surprising for those of us here at...

BREAKING: Japan’s ‘research whaling’ ruled illegal by International Court of Justice

Blog entry by Tom Ganderton | March 31, 2014

Whales everywhere will be jumping for joy today. Why? Japan’s sham ‘scientific whaling’ programme has just been declared ILLEGAL in an international court! UPDATE:    The Government of Japan has officially cancelled plans to...

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