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Which way, Great Bear Rainforest?

Blog entry by Eduardo Sousa | November 11, 2015

The Great Bear Rainforest. Photo: Oliver Salge/Greenpeace The road to safeguarding the Great Bear Rainforest from industrial logging has been a long and winding one. Indeed, for Greenpeace it’s been a road-in-the-making for at...

Volkswagen's CO2 emissions: Das problem

Blog entry by Daniel Moser | November 11, 2015

If lying about the nitrogen oxide emissions of 11 million of its cars were not bad enough, German carmaker Volkswagen shocked us again when it revealed it had understated the CO2 emissions of its cars in Europe as well. This is why...

Greenpeace magazine volume 16 no 1 / summer 2015

Publication | November 11, 2015 at 15:02

This issue of Greenpeace Magazine features stories about our work on building relationships and renewing connections, how People Power faces up to TransCanada and how the current model of industrial agriculture and agribusiness is broken.

Less meat, better for everyone

Blog entry by Elena Danali | November 10, 2015

The recent  announcement  from the World Health Organisation (WHO) which classified processed meat as a carcinogenic and red meat as "possibly carcinogenic" (similar to  Glyphosate  in Roundup) shows that the amount and the frequency...

#NoKXL: The Day the People Won

Blog entry by Mike Hudema | November 9, 2015

Nelson Mandela once said, “It’s always impossible until it’s done.” I never knew truly what that meant until Friday when the President of the United States echoed the words that so many of us had been saying for years and rejected...

Saving the last Japanese dugongs

Blog entry by Karli Thomas, Oceans Campaigner at Greenpeace NZ | November 6, 2015

The home of the last few Japanese dugongs is about to be landfilled to make way for two airstrips - part of the expansion of a US military base on the island of Okinawa. But a movement nearly 18 years old is standing up to say NO.

Carte blanche for the nuclear industry endangers us all

Blog entry by Stephanie Woodward | November 5, 2015

This week, the Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission is holding hearings on Ontario Power Generation’s request to extend their licensing period from the usual 2-5 years to 13 years for the aging Darlington nuclear power station. This...

4 Ways To Stop Indonesia's Forest Fires

Blog entry by Bustar Maitar | November 4, 2015

A brief spell of  rainfall  in Indonesia has minimised the number of fire hotspots that have been broadcasting toxic smoke across the country… for now. Here are four ways to solve the stop the Indonesian forest fires once and for all. ...

Supply Chained: A Greenpeace Southeast Asia report found that recent actions and...

Publication | November 4, 2015 at 10:00

The report features new interviews with survivors of trafficking and forced labour in Indonesia who faced abuse on Thai-operated fishing vessels. These ships transferred their tuna and other fish to a Thai carrier vessel, Marine One, which is...

People power is preventing the expansion of the tar sands

Blog entry by Keith Stewart | October 29, 2015 1 comment

People power beat Big Oil again this week when Shell announced that they were cancelling their Carmon Creek tar sands project .  Shell said the decision to cancel the project (and thus take a $2 billion hit to their bottom line) “...

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