If new coal ports are opened at Abbot Point near the Great Barrier Reef, ship accidents are likely to increase. Big Coal might not want to face the facts, but for the sake of the reef, we must.
"There are clear indications from the international health research literature that there are serious health and social harms associated with coal mining and coal-fired power stations for people living in surrounding communities."
Original Blog post by Karli Thomas Greenpeace has long been concerned about the bycatch caused by the use of Fish Aggregating Devices, or FADs, with purse seine nets. This fishing method is a deadly combination of a floating object, left adrift...
It can be confusing. The terms sustainable, green, environmentally friendly are just some that are thrown around for consumers.
Today Greenpeace released its 4th Canned Tuna Guide. Since our last guide, we have seen a profound shift in the market. While there is plenty to celebrate, one stand-out offender continues to destroy tuna stocks and marine life… John West.
A can of tuna may be small in size but tuna brands play a big role in the health of our oceans. This role is becoming increasingly important as tuna stocks rapidly decline and thousands of tonnes of other marine animals continue to be killed,...
Federal Environment Minister Burke has approved the ‘T3’ coal terminal in a World Heritage Area. Documents we obtained expose the flawed environmental process and the threat to endangered bird species.
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