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  • Barbie, It's Over: Cyber-activist cafe June 2011

    Blogpost by Natalie Caine - January 1, 2011 at 13:58

    Goal: to convince Mattel to discontinue contracts with Asia Pulp & Paper (APP) by exerting pressure on its leading brand, Barbie, via online and social networks.

    Why: APP has been identified by Greenpeace and other environmental org... Read more >

  • banner in tar sands operationIn the face of mounting scientific criticism, the federal government convened a panel of leading scientists to review the environmental monitoring system in the tar sands region. The Panel’s report is well worth a read: concise, clear, and less than k... Read more >

  • Ontario needs an anti-SLAPP law to protect peaceful protesters: panel

    Blogpost by Brian Blomme - December 22, 2010 at 10:41

    Greenpeace issued a news release yesterday supporting the strong recommendations that the Ontario government’s expert advisory panel provided on Tuesday to the province on the need for anti-SLAPP legislation to protect individuals and organizations ag... Read more >

  • Santa and Rudolph joined caribou caravan celebration

    Blogpost by rnieto - December 18, 2010 at 16:00
    Santa Claus and Rudolph the red-nosed reindeer joined the Greenpeace Caribou Caravan in downtown Toronto for a holiday celebration to help save Ontario’s own reindeer, the woodland caribou, and their home in the Boreal Forest of northern Ontario.

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  • Greenpeace takes on the marketplace this holiday season

    Blogpost by rnieto - December 17, 2010 at 14:48

    Greenpeace released its 2010 Boreal Marketplace Review, focusing on big brand companies like Office Depot, RONA, Canadian Tire, Wal-Mart, and Xerox to name a few, and how they are affecting Canada’s threatened Boreal Forest.

    These companies were ch... Read more >

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