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  • Herakles Farms is cutting the heart out of Cameroon’s rainforest

    Blogpost by Irene Wabiwa - May 11, 2012 at 10:56

    Within the past few weeks, rainforest destruction has begun once again in one of Africa’s most important biodiversity hotspots:  the coastal rainforest of Cameroon, at the fringe of the Congo Basin region. Herakles Farms, the American company b... Read more >

  • 54 reactors down: Japan breaks free of nuclear power

    Blogpost by Justin McKeating, Greenpeace International - May 10, 2012 at 15:03

    Greenpeace activists march in the "Energy Shift Parade" through Shibuya on the three-month anniversary of the East Japan earthquake disaster and the start of the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear crisis. Greenpeace and the people of Japan are marching in protest against nuclear energy, and calling on the Japanese government to follow the lead set by Germany and Switzerland, and abandon nuclear energy to focus on clean, renewable technology.06/11/2011

    With last Saturday's shutdown of Japan’s Tomari nuclear power plant the country will be free from nuclear power for the first time since 1966. Can it seize this historic opportunity? Here at Greenpeace we believe it can.

    All of Japan’s 54 nu... Read more >

  • Earth Day Activities come to Durban

    Blogpost by Nasreen Vermeulen, Greenpeace Volunteer - May 9, 2012 at 12:45

    Sunday the 22nd April 2012 marked the 42nd anniversary of Earth Day. This is a historic event where people unite globally to take action and call for a sustainable future. Over one billion people in 192 countries and over 56,000 university students to... Read more >

  • A look at the coal plants behind the iCloud

    Blogpost by Iris Cheng, Greenpeace International - May 8, 2012 at 12:15

    Duke Energy's Marshall Steam Station

    How does Apple’s $1billion iDataCenter in Maiden, North Carolina draw its power?

    Apple is sending millions of dollars a year to Duke Energy, one of the few utilities in the US that is still building coal plants.  

    By making a substantial investme... Read more >

  • Victory in Senegal!

    Blogpost by Ahmed Diame - May 7, 2012 at 12:19 1 comment

    After the removal of AFP (Association of Pelagic Freezer Ships) boats from Mauritanian waters about a week ago, it was the Senegalese government’s turn to cancel all fishing authorizations allocated to pelagic trawlers operating in its waters.

    This... Read more >

  • Why we need a clean cloud

    Blogpost by Monica Davies - May 5, 2012 at 10:30

    Have you ever had this sort of exchange with someone of an older generation?

    You: “I’ve got 90 CDs’ worth of music on my iPod.”

    Older Person: “But where are the CDs all stored?”

    You: “They’re nowhere, they’re just… inside the iPod…”

    Sometimes a ... Read more >

  • iCloud Action at Apple Store in New YorkThe Internet and social media are extraordinary engines of change helping to drive revolutions and positive social change. They’ve become central tools for how we bring pressure on polluters and governments. But if we are not careful, the Inte... Read more >

  • Acai - not just a juice, a way of life

    Blogpost by James Turner - May 4, 2012 at 10:00 1 comment

    From the Rainbow Warrior's tour of the Amazon: a fine example of how the world's rainforests, like the one we have in the Congo Basin in Africa, are more than just a resource to be exploited - they are a way of life for countless interlinked communiti... Read more >

  • Apple: Come clean about your coal problem, then start solving it

    Blogpost by Gary Cook, Greenpeace International - May 4, 2012 at 9:38

    The first step to solving most problems is admitting that you have one. Apple has a growing coal problem, and once they come clean about that, they can start applying their renowned innovation to solving it. Unfortunately, Apple has been less than ... Read more >

  • Tell Apple, Amazon and Microsoft that you want a cleaner cloud

    Blogpost by Casey Harrell, Greenpeace International - April 17, 2012 at 17:11

    Every day, our lives revolve more and more around the phenomenon that is “the cloud.” We check our e-mail, store our music, and share photos and status updates. It’s a key part of how we connect with our friends and family.

    But have you ever stoppe... Read more >

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