The tar sands in the western Canadian province of Alberta are one
of the largest deposits of oil in the world, second only to reserves in
Greenpeace EU’s independent report demonstrates that if the EU set a series of progressive CO2 emission standards for cars and vans up to 2030, oil consumption in Europe would fall by eight percent by 2030, compared to business as usual. This...
Greenpeace is calling on Canada’s eight largest supermarket chains to adopt sustainable seafood policies, remove Redlist species from their shelves and provide better information to their customers.
Worldwide, thirteen countries are actively pursuing long-term waste management
programmes for high-level radioactive wastes resulting from nuclear electricity generation,
but no country has yet completed an operational geological disposal...
“AT THE CORE OF THE ENERGY [R]EVOLUTION WILL BE A CHANGE IN THE WAY THAT ENERGY IS PRODUCED, DISTRIBUTED AND CONSUMED.”
A new report from Greenpeace and the European Renewable Energy Council shows how Canada can play an important role in addressing the serious threat of climate change. The report outlines a blueprint for fighting climate change that is nothing...
“FOR THE SAKE OF A SOUND ENVIRONMENT, POLITICAL STABILITY AND THRIVING ECONOMIES, NOW IS THE TIME TO COMMIT TO A TRULY SECURE AND SUSTAINABLE ENERGY FUTURE.”
A Greenpeace China report - Summary
Choosing to scale up green energy to replace the retiring Pickering nuclear station is more affordable for Ontarians than buying expensive replacement reactors, says a report released today by Renewable is Doable, an alliance of organizations...
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