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Act now to save the planet: IPCC report

Blog entry by mhudema | April 16, 2014 1 comment

The latest International Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) report was released on Sunday.  The report, perhaps the most hopeful of IPCC reports to date, had one clear message – we can save the planet but only if we start acting now. ...

‘The Bee’s Burden’: why bees need our help and we need the help of bees

Blog entry by Matthias Wüthrich, Greenpeace Switzerland | April 16, 2014

Note: The following blog talks about the shocking results from a new study released by Greenpeace International as a part of its Europe-wide campaign to save the bees and agriculture. This research was one of the largest of its kind...

Tesco backs down and Oriental & Pacific cleans up

Blog entry by Ariana Densham, Greenpeace UK | April 15, 2014

All rights reserved . Credit: Paul Hilton / Greenpeace Olive Ridley turtle in the Pacific Ocean I’m so happy to announce that after we released our 2014 tuna league table , and after all your emails,...

Ten dolphin facts for National Dolphin Day

Blog entry by Willie | April 14, 2014

All rights reserved . Credit: Greenpeace So, today is National Dolphin Day. Of course dolphins seem happy every day – but here are ten special things you might not know about the ocean's biggest grinners:   ...

Dear fossil fuel industry - it's over

Blog entry by Daniel Mittler and Kaisa Kosonen | April 14, 2014

It's been a long week here in Berlin, with experts and government officials finalising urgently awaited conclusions from the United Nations climate change panel about the  solutions to climate change . Now they’re done and  the message...

Goliath, meet David: Kitimat votes against Enbridge’s Tarsands Pipeline

Blog entry by mhudema | April 13, 2014

Yesterday something amazing happened. For the past few weeks Enbridge, a massive pipeline company with $446 million in earnings (2013), has been pouring money into the tiny port side community of Kitimat, BC to try to convince...

People power! Procter & Gamble decides to wash its bad palm oil away

Blog entry by Areeba Hamid | April 9, 2014

About 400,000 emails to Procter & Gamble CEO. Thousands of phone calls to P&G offices around the world. Dozens of protests throughout the planet. 7300 Sumatran orangutans at risk of being made homeless. ...

Greenpeace questions whether links between the Conservative Party and Ethical Oil...

Feature story | April 8, 2014 at 11:00

It’s one thing to cooperate – it’s another thing entirely to collude in order to get around laws that help make our democracy work.

Greenpeace Canada podcast: Detoxing your life

Blog entry by Mary Ambrose | April 8, 2014

This month's podcast is all about detoxing.... Not rehab. Not where your uncle ended up after a particularly nasty drunken birthday dinner.  I’m talking about getting toxins out of your life, your home. It’s pretty darn hard because...

Amplifying Northern Voices: Greenpeace and Yellowknife residents confront the Arctic...

Blog entry by Kiera Kolson and Farrah Khan | April 4, 2014

Last week, while Arctic Council officials met behind closed doors in Yellowknife, Greenpeace Canada staff met with community members to listen and take action on local concerns for the future of their home. Below are some reflections...

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