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What’s in your kid’s lunchbox? New Truefood Guide gives parents choice

Feature Story | 1 March, 2011 at 10:00

We’re delighted to launch our new Truefood Guide today, and are absolutely over the moon to announce that Kellogg’s has done a 180-degree turn. The food giant contacted us today at the last minute and committed to phase out all genetically...

Carbon price to power Australia into the future

Feature Story | 25 February, 2011 at 14:24

We are witnessing a great moment in history. The announcement yesterday of a carbon price marks the start of a plan that will power Australia into the future. Stand back and marvel at this incredible first step.

LULUCF: Australia’s carbon scam

Feature Story | 16 February, 2011 at 10:00

According to a new Greenpeace-commissioned research paper from ANU, almost half of the emissions reductions required to meet Australia’s 5% climate target could be achieved using sub-prime offsets from the land sector.

Major forest-saving announcement

Feature Story | 15 February, 2011 at 10:00

For three years Greenpeace has targeted Sinar Mas – Indonesia’s most notorious forest destroyer – to end its role in forest destruction. Last week, we made a positive step forward.

World Press Photo award for oil spill photographer

Feature Story | 14 February, 2011 at 10:00

Lu Guang, a photographer commissioned by Greenpeace China, has taken third place in the ‘spot news’ section at the World Press Photo awards – arguably the most prestigious photojournalism competition in the world.

Working with forest communities

Image gallery | 3 February, 2011

Month in pictures - Feb 2011

Image gallery | 1 February, 2011

Pillars of Pollution

Report | 1 February, 2011 at 10:00

How Australia's big four banks use your money to fund polluting power.

Defending our oceans in Taiwan

Image gallery | 25 January, 2011

Victory! Japanese Govt admits to corruption in whaling industry

Feature Story | 5 January, 2011 at 10:00

Late in December 2010, the Fisheries Agency of Japan (FAJ) admitted some of its officials accepted kickbacks (gifts of whale meat) from the fishing body that runs the country’s so-called “scientific” whaling program.

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