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Tell TD to Dump Kinder Morgan

Blog entry by Alex Speers-Roesh | May 5, 2017

UPDATE: We've launched a petition calling on TD to stop funding tar sands pipelines. Add your name now! TD bank says that it wants to integrate environmental responsibility into every aspect of its business. We think that’s an...

5 Reasons Why We Visited Coca-Cola's HQ

Blog entry by Louisa Casson, Greenpeace UK | April 26, 2017 2 comments

On April 9th, Greenpeace installed a piece of art right on the doorstep of Coca-Cola’s European office in London (UK), to hold the soft drinks giant accountable for ocean plastic pollution. As the world’s largest soft drinks...

Sending Wild Caribou to a Zoo?

Blog entry by Eduardo Sousa | April 25, 2017

We live in very odd times. We have in powerful positions of world leadership politicians who wish to take us back to the 1950s, or earlier, in terms of environmental and social policies. We have governments rolling back hard-won...

Will Trudeau cave to the oil lobby on limiting methane pollution?

Blog entry by Keith Stewart | April 21, 2017

CBC is reporting that the Trudeau government is about to cave to oil industry pressure and delay implementation of their methane regulation until 2020 (i.e. after the next federal election).  As I detailed in Policy Options , the...

Ocean plastic and what we can do about it

Blog entry by Sarah King | April 19, 2017

Have you seen that awful youtube video  (warning: graphic content) of a straw stuck in a turtle’s nose? I haven’t looked at straws the same way ever since. This poor, peaceful turtle’s plight has become for many people, myself...

The Great Northern Forest Needs You

Blog entry by Greenpeace Canada | March 22, 2017

For thousands of years, it has filtered our water, purified our air and regulated our climate. It is home to countless animals like the caribou and the wolverine, as well as hundreds of Indigenous communities. It is our Great Northern...

Liberal pro-oil talking points take a hit from new IEA report

Blog entry by Keith Stewart | March 21, 2017

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau got multiple standing ovations from an oil industry crowd in Houston earlier this month, where he told them “As I said on the very first trip to the oil patch back in 2012, no country would find 173...

A World Without Greenpeace? How One Corporation Is Attacking Your Right to Speak for...

Blog entry by Molly Dorozenski | March 16, 2017 1 comment

Your right to speak out is being threatened right now in a dizzying variety of ways, not only by oppressive governments around the world, but also by underhanded corporations who want to suppress speech through expensive lawsuits. ...

Resolute’s “scandalous and vexatious” Claims Against Greenpeace are Rejected

Blog entry by Shane Moffatt | March 15, 2017

Big news: The Ontario Court of Appeal upheld a ruling that some of Resolute’s allegations against Greenpeace Canada are “scandalous and vexatious.” This means that the scope of Resolute’s $7 million dollar defamation lawsuit filed...

Indigenous Energy Sovereignty: Beaver Lake Cree Nation's Solar Move

Blog entry by Crystal Lameman | March 15, 2017 1 comment

The United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples contains many provisions that affirm rights related to the causes, impacts and solutions to climate change and environmental injustices. Indigenous Peoples globally are...

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