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Around 100 Chinese college students and Greenpeace

Image | 2005-11-06 at 7:00

Around 100 Chinese college students and Greenpeace volunteers form the Chinese character for wind ('Feng') at the Capital University of Economics and Business sportsground. At the heart of the Chinese character the volunteers form a wind turbine.

A regrettable accident

Feature Story | 2005-11-02 at 9:07

We ran aground on a coral reef we were trying to protect.

Clean Energy Now 2005

Image gallery | 2005-10-21

Secretary for Environment

Image | 2005-10-21 at 6:00

Secretary for Environment, Transport and Works, Dr. Sarah Liao, visited the Rainbow Warrior and met with Greenpeace activists. She signed on the model wind turbine as our Wind Ambassador, to support wind energy development.

Secretary for Environment

Image | 2005-10-21 at 6:00

Secretary for Environment, Transport and Works, Dr. Sarah Liao, visited the Rainbow Warrior and met with Greenpeace activists. She signed on the model wind turbine as our Wind Ambassador, to support wind energy development.

Finance clean energy not climate change in Asia

Feature Story | 2005-10-20 at 18:31

Today we raised a symbol of Asia’s wish for a cleaner energy future. We set up a symbolic wind turbine in front of Castle Peak, one of the Asia’s biggest coal power stations, as a call to governments, banks and industry to invest in clean...

A group of Greenpeace activists set up a

Image | 2005-10-20 at 16:21

A group of Greenpeace activists set up a symbolic wind turbine in front of Castle Peak, calling on governments, banks and industry to invest in clean renewable energy.

A group of Greenpeace activists set up a

Image | 2005-10-20 at 16:18

A group of Greenpeace activists set up a symbolic wind turbine in front of Castle Peak, calling on governments, banks and industry to invest in clean renewable energy.

A group of Greenpeace activists set up a

Image | 2005-10-20 at 16:09

A group of Greenpeace activists set up a symbolic wind turbine in front of Castle Peak, calling on governments, banks and industry to invest in clean renewable energy.

China could become the world leader in wind power

Feature Story | 2005-10-17 at 17:45

China is in a position to become the world leader in wind power. By 2020 alone, the southern China region could feasibly produce enough energy from wind turbines to meet the equivalent of Hong Kong’s total current electricity supply.

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