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According to a 2009 government inventory, there are over 45,000 chemicals in use in China right now, many of which are potentially dangerous. Greenpeace East Asia conducted a preliminary analysis of this inventory to identify the most potentially...
Sumatra’s peat swamp forests not only provide
habitat for endangered species such as the Sumatran
tiger, they are also of critical importance in mitigating
climate change. The clearing and draining of
peatlands is the key reason why Indonesia...
Read about how we made Nestle give the forests a break; cooling primary school kids in Yunnan with solar energy; and a little mermaid called Fatina.
Greenpost Vol. 48 - Spring Issue
China is the world’s biggest producer and consumer of coal. The country’s rocketing economic growth
is heavily dependent on it, with more than 70 per cent of its energy needs coming from coal (the global
average is around 30 per cent).
In October 2009, Greenpeace published a report entitled “Poisoning the Pearl: An investigation into industrial water pollution in the Pearl River Delta”, where we sampled and analysed effluents from the discharge pipes of five manufacturing...
Independent auditor's report on our Give Donald a Dollar fund raising activity.
It's thanks to your donation that our toxics campaign has really taken off this year, moving us closer, as Christmas approaches, to being able to give Chinese families the gift of clean water.
Just three days before the UN Copenhagen climate change summit opens, Canada’s Prime Minister Stephen Harper visits Beijing. Greenpeace China delivered a letter to Mr. Harper urging him to stop the tar sands, one of the most destructive and...
An addendum containing information on correspondence between Greenpeace East Asia and Dongguan Cheong Ming, one of the companies mentioned in the main report, Poisoning the Pearl.
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