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Core values

Page | September 29, 2006 at 9:57

Greenpeace's work is based on a number of key principles. They are reflected in all our campaigns, and they guide whatever we do, wherever we do it.

The Great Bear Rainforest: Weaving a Rich Tapestry of Solutions

Blog entry by Eduardo Sousa | April 4, 2013

This amazing planet of ours has so many special places of great natural beauty, especially those enmeshed within a web of ecological relationships. I have been privileged to work in one such place of beauty and power: the Great Bear...

The Great Bear Rainforest is one of B.C’s seven wonders- Let’s make it happen

Blog entry by Holly Postlethwaite, Media and PR Officer | September 13, 2013

So while musing through my daily press clippings, I got a hold of this gem in The Province .  It made me have one of those “obviously” moments (when I say that in my head, I’m picturing saying it a la Stephanie Tanner from Full House)...

Ecoforestry: an alternative for Papua New Guinean forest communities

Blog entry by Sam Moko, Forests Campaigner | July 30, 2013

Since 2011, the people of Papua New Guinea have been waiting for the findings of the Commission of Inquiry into Special Agriculture and Business Leases (SABLs). In the meantime, logging companies have been fast-tracking the...

Don't get railroaded into accepting tar sands as inevitable

Blog entry by Keith Stewart | May 16, 2013

Prime Minister Stephen Harper was speaking in New York today as part of his government’s pro-Keystone pipeline lobbying effort, where he made the argument that if the pipeline isn’t approved, the oil will simply come in by rail and...

Good News - Canada's Energy [R]evolution

Blog entry by Anil Kanji | May 11, 2009 1 comment

Today Greenpeace Canada is proud to announce the release of "Energy [R]evolution: A Sustainable Canada Energy Outlook", an exciting, groundbreaking report that shows how Canada can employ renewable energy to reduce climate-change-caus...

Greenpeace Responds

Blog entry by Bruce Cox | October 7, 2009 12 comments

Part 2 of a 2-Part Post, written by Bruce Cox, Executive Director of Greenpeace Canada.  Read Part 1 What gets lost in the flame wars on the comment boards of the Globe and Mail or the Calgary Herald is the reason we leave our...

Reasons to Believe: Servers

Blog entry by Anil Kanji | June 17, 2009

This week US Energy Secretary Steven Chu told a gathering that included premiers from Alberta, Saskatchewan and Manitoba that the entire world must do more to address climate change.  He referred to impacts the world is feeling right...

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