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Canada’s major canned tuna brands not stacking up on sustainability

Feature story | February 1, 2011 at 0:30

Greenpeace Canada today released its first sustainability ranking of 14 major tuna brands sold in Canada, as industry representatives convene at the annual Seafood Summit in Vancouver.

Climate and people first

Feature story | April 1, 2009 at 17:00

We've got a message for the leaders of the richest nations in the world who are gathering in London for the G20 meeting to discuss the global economic crisis.

Greenpeace Report: Taking Stock: Ranking supermarkets on seafood sustainability

Publication | June 1, 2010 at 17:39

Taking Stock: Ranking supermarkets on seafood sustainability

Out of stock, Out of Excuses

Publication | May 18, 2009 at 17:00

Greenpeace’s 2009 Supermarket Ranking evaluates Canada’s eight major supermarkets on their progress in providing Canadians with seafood that is sustainably caught and farmed. Efforts are being made by some retailers but others are ignoring their...

Supermarket Ranking Grid - May 2009

Publication | May 22, 2009 at 9:30

Ranking retailers on seafood sustainability. May 2009 Scorecard.

Sustainability requires actions, not words

Blog entry by Shane Moffatt | October 10, 2013

Elizabeth Scharpf, the founder of Sustainable Health Enterprises (SHE), wrote an interesting column for Reuters the other day, called Why “sustainability” should be more than just a meaningless buzzword . In her piece, Ms.

Greenpeace supports Ontario move to allow six storey wood buildings

Blog entry by Shane Moffatt, Forest Campaigner | May 5, 2014

The government of Ontario is proposing to amend the province’s building code to permit the construction of up to six storey wood-frame buildings . Greenpeace Canada supports this sensible step to stimulate a stable and diversified...

Forest Solutions - Papua New Guinea

Image gallery | July 29, 2013

Catching tuna Maldivian style

Video | January 29, 2009 at 9:40

Globally, tuna stocks are heavily over fished. But the fishermen in the Maldives - catching their skipjack by pole and line - are giving their skipjack tuna a brighter future.

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