For 10,000 years the Wilkins Ice Shelf has likely floated unchanged in the Antarctic Peninsula. But this massive slab of ice, 16 times the size of Hong Kong, is no match for climate change.
It wasn’t for nothing that the group of 20 nations kicked off their meeting in London on April Fools Day. It turns out the banks had the last laugh. Or did they?
It’s April Fool’s day and leaders of the world’s 20 biggest economies are gathering in London for 36 hours of talks on how to solve the world’s worst economic crisis since the 1930’s. Kind of apt, really.
China’s environmental ministry turned one year old on the weekend. Greenpeace China takes a look at how this youngster has fared at dealing with China’s biggest crisis – its environmental nightmare.
With less than nine months to go to crucial UN climate change talks, Greenpeace launched its Countdown to the Copenhagen climate meeting with a stunning light projection on an ancient city gate in Beijing.
One in four people in China is living with unsafe water. Greenpeace China took that message to the streets in an unusually sticky way on World Water Day, March 22.
China's water pollution has reached grave proportions. Greenpeace China Toxics Campaigner Mariah Zhao explains how a visit to a "cancer" village in Jiangsu province solidifed her resolve to stop this human tragedy.
Belgian police arrested hundreds of Greenpeace volunteers who had set up a human barricade around the conference centre where EU finance ministers were meeting to discuss funding options to tackle climate change.
Hundreds of music fans packed Beijing's Mao Livehouse last Saturday for Greenpeace China's Make Some Noise climate concert. Six great bands. One great cause.
We’re hoping it’s not bad news for China’s forests, but the Ministry of Environmental Protection (MEP) posted a worrying statement today on paper giant APP’s Chinese subsidiary, Gold East Paper.
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