Eric Phillips is a polar explorer and guide who joined Greenpeace's Arctic Sunrise on their expedition to the Petermann Glacier. Hear him talk about what's it's like to be in the Arctic.
One hundred ice children are melting in the heat of the Beijing sun. They are made of the ice of the Qinghai-Tibetan glaciers, and their melting symbolizes what may happen to our future.
The Greenpeace ship the Arctic Sunrise is investigating climate change's impact on the Petermann Glacier in northwest Greenland. Watch this video to learn more about the ship tour and what they've found so far.
On June 7, 2008, Hong Kong issued the rare BLACK rainstorm signal for what would be one of the city's severest thunderstorms to date. In just one hour, the city was inundated with a record-breaking 145.5mm of rain, and the estimated financial...
China has rapidly industrialized and developed its economy, but at what cost?
Greenpeace is building an amazing new ship, the Rainbow Warrior III. The Rainbow Warrior II has been a wonderful ship, with a proud record of effecting environmental change, but even great warriors need to retire.
Greenpeace talks to rural villagers in Sichuan and Guangdong province about the impact of extreme weather on their lives. Over 95% of China's impoverished rural populations live in areas vulnerable to floods, drougts, and other severe weather...
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