News updates from our campaigns up across Africa and the planet.
Four activists have taken action, climbing 39 metres onto the deepwater oil rig “Centenario”, off the coast of Mexico. They scaled the rig early yesterday morning [Mexico time] to call for an end to deepwater drilling.
Trafigura, a commodities multinational with a history of toxic waste in Ivory Coast, is set to begin operations in Southern Africa. Below is the story of their involvement in dumping of toxic waste in Ivory Coast, leading up to a fine of €1m by a...
Durban has been chosen as the host city for next November’s critical climate conference – a year before the historic Kyoto Protocol expires. Greenpeace Africa welcomes the announcement calling it a unique opportunity for South Africa in the fight...
Over 600,000 Facebook users have voiced concern about Facebook's use of dirty energy. So the question is: how will Facebook power its new data centre?
The G20 has once again failed to take the path of green development that the world economy and the environment desperately needs.
Facebook's coal problem is overshadowing its green announcements
New research warns of a massive increase in carbon emissions and land conversion to supply biofuels to Europe
Against a backdrop of one of the hottest years on record, with fires, floods and storms, G20 leaders must honour the promises they made a year ago on taking climate action: cutting fossil fuel subsidies and helping the world to kickstart a green...
West African nations, like Mauritania and Senegal, have some of the richest fishing grounds in the world. However these reserves are being rapidly depleted by unsustainable fishing practices, often by foreign fishing fleets.
A new study projects that solar investments are set to rocket, firing-up job creation, and further highlighting why South Africa needs its energy [R]evolution.
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