The Japanese don’t want them. Nobody except China and the US grow them. So how do you feel about eating genetically-engineered papaya?
We asked Chinese shoppers who was responsible for making sure their food was safe. What do you think they said?
There’s only one answer to stopping climate change says research just out. And that’s just say no to coal for good.
For the Chinese, rice is life. That’s why we took to the streets of Beijing today and told Monsanto where to stick their GE seeds.
Seventeen of the world's major economies, including China, are in Washington to discuss climate change. What does that have to do with a six-month-old baby boy in Beijing? Greenpeace China's Catherine Fitzpatrick explains.
This Earth Day, help us turn three million people into climate activists: starting with you.
Who doesn’t love papaya? Papayas make a mean Thai salad and are pretty good sliced up with ice cream. Greenpeace China went shopping but found their local supermarkets’ papaya wasn’t all that tasty.
In the first two months of this year, northwest China was struck by a crippling drought, the worst for 50 years. Is this the latest sign of climate change in China?
Hungry? Well, you won’t be after you watch our video below on pesticide use in China or hear about our latest research which puts big name supermarkets to shame.
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.
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