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Another nail in the coffin of Greenlands Arctic oil hunt

Today, the biggest defeat so far for the Greenlandic oil hunt was announced. Three oil companies (French GDF Suez, Norwegian Statoil and Danish DONG) have handed back their licenses in West Greenland.
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Statement from Greenpeace Canada Executive Director, Joanna Kerr, on Nazca Lines Situation

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Greenpeace launches website to track the use of 'good wood' in Olympic venues

Feature story | February 12, 2008 at 9:54

Exactly two years before the opening of the Winter Olympics in Vancouver, a new spotlight is being shone on the Games’ environmental footprint.

Integrate This: Free Trade and Corn

Blog entry by Josh Brandon | February 11, 2008

“ Jesus Christ is Free Trade and Free Trade is Jesus Christ!” was the rallying cry of British manufacturers trying to overturn tariffs on corn 150 years ago.  Last month Mexican farmers and workers offered their riposte: 300,000...

Government shuns diversity of opinion at UN Biodiversity Convention

Blog entry by Josh Brandon | February 8, 2008

Prime Minister Stephen Harper has uninvited Greenpeace and other environmental groups from participating as members of the Canadian delegation to a United Nations meeting on biodiversity .  Consequently, they will not be able to...

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