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Greenpeace Africa urges European Union governments to consider African fishermen’s interests in the same way as those of European fishermen -- this as the EU is on the verge of adopting new plans to save overexploited fish stocks in its waters,...
Game on, Nike and Adidas. Greenpeace is calling you out to see which one of you is stronger on the flats, quicker on the breaks, turns faster and plays harder at a game we're calling 'Detox': Who'll be the first to take action and eliminate...
Today we highlighted the plunder of West Africa's once rich fishing grounds through presentations under the theme: Towards sustainable fisheries: Greenpeace and West African fishermen map out the future.
Greenpeace Africa activists used three dumper trucks to unload five tonnes of coal in front of the Eskom Megawatt Park offices, effectively blocking one of the entrances to the building with the coal.
A new Greenpeace report on the state of the global power plant market shows that since the 1990s, installations of wind and solar grew faster than any other power plant technology.
Greenpeace Africa condemns the Mauritanian government’s decision to grant Chinese company, Poly Hondone Pelagic, a 25-year license to fish in Mauritanian waters, signing away the birthright of its people and their children.
Kumi Naidoo will spend night in Danish jail before release tomorrow.
The International Executive Director of Greenpeace, Kumi Naidoo, has been arrested and is being flown to Greenland after breaching an exclusion zone and scaling a controversial Arctic oil rig 120km out to sea.
South African Kumi Naidoo, who is also our International Executive Director, has entered an exclusion zone and scaled a controversial Arctic oil rig 120km off the coast of Greenland.
Greenpeace denounces the major human rights violations that have taken place in connection with SIFORCO logging operations near Bumba in the DRC.
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