Recent Greenpeace stories from Canada and around the world.
Greenpeace announced today that its ship, the Arctic Sunrise, will visit Toronto, Montreal, Quebec City and Kingston this summer. The public is invited to visit the 162-feet vessel, which will promote clean energy alternatives to coal and nuclear...
Following last year's "St. Kitts Declaration", which mumbled that the moratorium on commercial whaling might not be necessary anymore, the anti-whaling countries have bounced back with a 37-4 vote for a resolution strengthening the commercial...
Judeo, Christian and Muslim religions all include the story of a great flood and Noah's Ark. It's said that as the flood subsided Noah released a dove, and the dove returned with an olive branch to show land had been found. To this day the Ark...
Every day is Earth Day, as far as we are concerned. On Sunday, April 22nd, Greenpeace will be participating in events across the country, see the details below.
Canada's Conservative government has failed to adequately address climate change, proposing a so-called Clean Air Act that was more smog and mirrors than real action on this global threat. Recently, hearings have been held to strengthen the Act. ...
Greenpeace joined six other high-profile conservation groups and a long list of prominent Canadian authors, artists and musicians calling on Ontario Premier Dalton McGuinty to bolster his government's upcoming climate change plan by following...
Greenpeace mascot P. Bear went to Parliament Hill this week as Parliament resumed sitting, to ask one question and deliver some answers.
This year the Japanese government aims to hunt almost 1,000 whales in the Southern Ocean whales sanctuary. Once again Greenpeace will be there to defend the whales.
The vast majority of British Columbians support legislation making it mandatory to identify GE ingredients on the labels of the food they buy.
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