Chinese pop musician, Hu Haiquan, of Yu Quan fame, went with Greenpeace to the Arctic. He found out why the home of the precious polar bear needs to be saved.
To become an Arctic Defender like Haiquan, visit: http://www.savethearctic.org/
Hu Haiquan is one half of Yu Quan; one of the most famous pop duos in mainland China. He went with Greenpeace to the Arctic to find out more about the area and the rapid changes currently taking place at the very top of our planet.
Lam Fai Fred (林輝) is a popular social activist from Hong Kong with many regular columns in local newspapers. Fred joined Greenpeace in the Arctic to learn more about this pristine region and vital sea ice research.
Over 216,000 people have asked Apple to choose green power, not dirty coal. To bring that message to Apple we are visiting Apple stores across the globe in a 24hr virtual iPhone relay, using iPhone and iPads to show Apple its users want it to be...
Marking the start of this year's UN climate negotiations, activists from environmental organisation Greenpeace raise a symbolic wind turbine on a Durban beach.
Hong Kong campaigns manager Gloria Chang recently ended a one week trip on Greenpeace's Arctic Sunrise which traversed Norway's Warbah Islands. The expedition included leading independent ice scientists from the University of Cambridge who were...
Ocean acidification threatens to destroy the oceans as we know them within a single human lifespan.
Coal can build, but it can also destroy.
What would you say to your children and grandchildren in 100 years? What hopes and dreams will you leave behind? These are letters to the future, from the Copenhagen climate talks.
As part of the Global Day of Action, some 20 traditional Chinese drummers came together outside of Beijing's historic city gates to call for world leaders to take action on climate change at the UN climate talks in Copenhagen.
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