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The courageous steps taken by the Senegalese President to save his country’s fisheries, livelihoods of local communities, and to ensure food security of the population, need to be strengthened and supported.
30 people face serious jail time after a peaceful protest against oil drilling in the Arctic. We can’t be silent in the face of such injustice.
Today, Greenpeace International Executive Director and former anti-Apartheid activist, Kumi Naidoo, called on South Africa's leader, President Jacob Zuma to speak up for the release of 30 men and women arrested for a peaceful protest in Russia.
30 people face serious jail time after a peaceful protest against oil drilling in the arctic. We can’t be silent in the face of such injustice.
So we’re raising our voices.
We’re lifting our vuvuzelas.
We’re beating our drums for justice!
In February this year, three environmental NGOs - groundWork, Earthlife Africa Jhb, and Greenpeace Africa quit Eskom's NGO forum following reports that Eskom contracted an intelligence company to spy on the them.
Today, Archbishop Desmond Tutu added his voice to the global choir calling for the immediate release of the 28 Greenpeace International activists and two freelancers - the Arctic 30, who are detained in Russia following a peaceful protest to draw...
Today, Greenpeace International executive director Kumi Naidoo wrote to Russian President Vladimir Putin, offering to travel to Moscow as soon as possible to meet with Putin, in an effort to end the continued incarceration of 28 peaceful...
As West African oceans face unprecedented pressure from international fishing vessels, Greenpeace is holding a workshop with Senegalese parliamentarians to discuss the impending crisis – and ways to turn it all around.
This weekend, over a hundred people around the country took part in the global day of solidarity demanding the release of 28 Greenpeace activists and 2 freelance journalists detained in Russia after a peaceful protest in the Arctic.
Yesterday the South African government agreed to “act immediately” on steps toward the procurement of what it calls ‘Coal 3’ – yet another mega coal-fired power station.
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