There is strong evidence that extreme weather events – such as hurricanes, floods, droughts and heat waves – are increasing because of climate change.
The climate is changing faster than at almost any time in our planet's history. Without a dramatic cut in greenhouse gas emissions, the die out in species could be astonishingly severe.
After years of pressure by Greenpeace, on February 7, 2006 the British Columbia Government announced a comprehensive solution for the Great Bear Rainforest including the protection of 2 million hectares of coastal temperate rainforest from the...
Frequently asked questions about the Great Bear Rainforest and Greenpeace's campaign to protect it.
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Since 1998, Greenpeace has been sitting down in dreary meeting rooms, under the dim lighting of florescent lights to discuss and debate land use in the Great Bear Rainforest.
Greenpeace, along with three other environmental groups, the logging industry, First Nations governments, communities and the Provincial and Federal governments established a blue ribbon science team to provide independent, multidisciplinary...
Oil exploration and drilling has been banned off the coast of British Columbia for over 30 years in order to protect the shores of the Great Bear Rainforest and the north Pacific ecosystem from environmental devastation.
Greenpeace demands responsible fish farming
Greenpeace supports the aboriginal title and rights of First Nations to inclusion and decision-making power on all resource plans being considered in their traditional territories as was articulated in "The Council of Haida Nation et al. v...
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