Greenpeace has identified Canada as one of the main “climate villains” at the disappointing United Nations climate change conference that ran from Dec. 1 to 12 in Poznan, Poland. The Harper government played a significant role in ensuring that...
Following last Fall's federal election, Greenpeace met with Canada's newly appointed Environment Minister, Jim Prentice. We were there to familiarize the Minister with our organization, environmental priorities and emerging issues. With the UN...
The Harper government announced a new target for climate change emissions on Saturday January 30, 2010 that is much worse than its previous target.
Greenpeace pressures the federal government and mobilizes Canadians to demand action on climate change. We’re asking you to become part of the Energy [R]evolution and fight climate change by supporting renewable energy.
Greenpeace today announced its concern following Radio Canada Téléjournal report on the Alberta tar sands.
Greenpeace released a report today singling out the Canadian government’s collusion with the Canadian Association of Petroleum Producers and tar sands companies like Shell and their intentions of derailing clean energy legislation in the US and...
Greenpeace has extended the summer camp season to train activists in peaceful civil disobedience as a way to fight climate change.
"In 2020, the emissions from the 14 projects in this report –if they were all to go ahead – would raise global CO2 emissions from fossil fuels by 20% and keep the world on a path towards 5 to 6°C of warming.”
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