The consequences of a two degree centigrade rise in global temperature and how to avoid it.
Deep sea life is being destroyed by sea bottom trawling before scientists can unravel the mysteries of the deep.There is unprecedented concern about the destruction of our deep seas. More than 1000 eminent marine scientists from 60 countries have...
Greenpeace believes that the United Nations must act now by taking, effective actions to ensure the long-term viability of vulnerable deep-sea ecosystems. The first of those actions must be to pass aResolution declaring an immediatemoratorium on...
A newletter for customers and investors of Canadian logging companies Find out about what is happening in Canada's forests with Forest Views newsletter, aimed at consumers in Canada. In this issue, learn about the BC governments ambivalence on...
Greenpeace engages the marketplace to help save the Boreal, releasing the celebrated Shopper’s Guide to Ancient Forest Friendly Tissue Products. The guide walks consumers through which brands are greenest.
2005 - Richard Brooks, Greenpeace Canada Forest Campaigner, stands facing the Kimberly-Clark pulp mill in Terrace Bay, Ontario.
Andrew Male (Communications coordinator, GP Canada, Toronto) and Richard Brooks (Forest Campaigner, GP Canada, Toronto) document the destruction of Canada's Boreal Forest.
Construction sign in area of forest destruction, carried out by Abitibi Consolidated in the St. Maurice region, Quebec, Canada. Greenpeace campaigner Steven Guilbeault takes journalists to a series of clear cuts in one the most scenic routes of...
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