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Help Best Buy get out of ancient forests

Today Greenpeace released a report exposing Best Buy, the giant electronics retailer, for fueling destruction in Canada’s Boreal Forest. Our report reveals the company is sourcing an incredible 100 million pounds of paper every year to produce throw-away flyers from the world’s last great forest.
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From Burnaby Mountain to our homelands in the Tar Sands

Blog entry by Melina Laboucan-Massimo | November 26, 2014

I’ve been spending a lot of time up on Burnaby Mountain, just outside Vancouver, where 89 people have been arrested as part of the growing grassroots opposition to a tar sands pipeline. It is inspiring to see the Coast Salish peoples,...

Over 65 thousand people urge the feds and ports to stop the trade in endangered fin...

Blog entry by Sarah King, oceans campaign coordinator | November 25, 2014

Early this year, Greenpeace was tipped off that Canada was being used as a trade route for endangered fin whales . We learned that about a dozen containers of fin whale meat in Iceland’s commercial hunt had landed in the Port of...

Provincial cooperation on climate an antidote to TransCanada’s PR trickery

Blog entry by Keith Stewart | November 21, 2014 1 comment

Earlier this week, Greenpeace released a copy of TransCanada’s secret public relations plan to recruit supporters for the Energy East pipeline and play dirty tricks on their opponents by recruiting third parties to attack...

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