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  • Japanese whaling industry fesses up to corruption

    Blogpost by Sarah King - February 9, 2011 at 21:43

    As another whaling season is underway in the Southern Ocean Whale Sanctuary, and while the Japanese whaling industry continues to disregard widespread opposition to the hunt, there are some signs that the tides are changing in Japan.

    In December of l... Read more >

  • Ontario’s Caribou Caravan visits Minister Jeffrey's riding in Brampton

    Blogpost by Natalie Caine - February 8, 2011 at 15:18 1 comment

    This past weekend myself and a team of hardy Greenpeace volunteers faced the cold on the Caribou Caravan and went door to door within the riding of MPP Linda Jeffrey, Minister of Natural Resources for Ontario’s Liberal government.  We knocked on doo... Read more >

  • An EPIC battle for Canada's energy future

    Blogpost by Keith Stewart - February 7, 2011 at 11:11

    While reading the glowing assessment of the tar sands as Canada’s future in this morning’s Globe and Mail, I couldn’t help feeling that large chunks of the big picture were missing.

    One of the key pieces in the behind-the-scenes battle over Canada’s ... Read more >

  • Don't underestimate the power of the sun

    Blogpost by Keith Stewart - February 4, 2011 at 14:14

    We all make mistakes. But five times in a row?

    Over the last 10 years, Greenpeace and the European Photovoltaic Industry Association have put out five previous editions of the Solar Generation report. And every time, we have underestimated how fast t... Read more >

  • A celebration of soils

    Blogpost by Éric Darier - February 4, 2011 at 9:40

    Farmer and pigeon peas

    Indiscriminate use of chemical fertilizers over several decades has been sucking life out of Indian soils, and thereby putting the country’s food security at stake. But the government has continued to mindlessly promote chemical fertilizers thro... Read more >

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