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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...

How women are expanding horizons with solar power

Blog entry by Ghalia Fayad | March 8, 2017

Today, on International Women’s Day, the women of Deir Kanoun Ras el Ain cooperative in South Lebanon embarked on a quiet revolution. Together with young activists from Palestine, Lebanon and Syria, they completed a solar energy...

Tomorrow, Native Nations Rise. Stand With Indigenous Water Protectors

Blog entry by Mike Hudema | March 6, 2017

Tomorrow, Native Nations from across Turtle Island will come to Washington D.C. to stand together to protect the sacred and stop a rash of pipelines and fossil fuel development projects. Indigenous communities across the continent...

Seismic cannons won’t blast Arctic waters this year, but Clyde River Inuit await...

Blog entry by Farrah Khan | March 3, 2017

News just broke that oil exploration companies will not conduct seismic blasting in Baffin Bay and Davis Strait this summer. Residents of Baffin Island — including Clyde River — and all the unique marine life calling these waters home...

You did it! We’re detoxing the Great Outdoors!

Blog entry by Edyta, Stefan and the Detox Outdoor team | February 6, 2017

When we launched the Detox Outdoor campaign in late 2015 our goal was simple: Together with you, the outdoor community and Greenpeace supporters , eliminate hazardous PFCs from outdoor gear. Today, we are so happy to announce that ...

Resolute responds to Greenpeace campaigns by labelling us a “criminal enterprise”.

Blog entry by Greenpeace Canada | January 23, 2017 5 comments

Greenpeace and industry leaders announce the ambitious global moratorium on soy from newly deforested Amazon. Resolute Forest Products has responded to Greenpeace’s Boreal forest campaign with aggressive PR campaigns and...

#BridgesNotWalls — It’s Time for Solidarity, Love and Hope

Blog entry by Miriam Wilson | January 16, 2017

This Friday , Donald Trump will be sworn in as the 45th President of the United States, after a year when, around the world, the politics of hate, fear and division too often blossomed. On January 20th , Greenpeace will join with ...

WATCH! Indigenous Leaders with Jane Fonda - video

Blog entry by Mike Hudema | January 13, 2017 1 comment

There's been a lot of discussion about Jane Fonda's recent visit with Indigenous leaders to the tar sands. Rather then try to talk about the discussion we thought we'd just let you watch it for yourself. Here it is in 7 parts.

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