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Greenpost Vol. 45 - Summer Issue

Publication | 2009-06-10 at 18:08

Greenpost Vol. 45 - Summer Issue

Greenpost Vol. 44 - Spring Issue

Publication | 2009-03-10 at 19:08

Greenpost Vol. 44 - Spring Issue

Forest report: in the green or in the red?

Publication | 2009-02-12 at 10:00

This report aims to study the adequacy of environmental disclosures with regards to the current listing requirements in Hong Kong. It briefly reviews the forestry sector, related environmental issues and the main industries derived from forestry.

Greenpost Vol. 43 - Winter Issue

Publication | 2008-12-10 at 19:08

Greenpost Vol. 43 - Winter Issue

Climate Change and Food Security in China 【summary】

Publication | 2008-10-14 at 9:00

Climate change has become one of the greatestchallenges faced by the human race. It affects almost all aspects of our society, including food supply. Agriculture has long been the foundation of China’s social and economic development. With a...

Annual Report 2007

Publication | 2008-10-10 at 19:37

Greenpeace East Asia grew into one of the organisation’s largest global offices both in terms of staff numbers and in the volume of ongoing projects last year. We now have 77 full-time employees spread over our Hong Kong, Beijing and Guangzhou...

Greenpost Vol. 42 - Autumn Issue

Publication | 2008-09-10 at 18:08

Greenpost Vol. 42 - Autumn Issue

China after the Olympics: Lessons from Beijing

Publication | 2008-07-28 at 8:00

In this report, Greenpeace recognizes Beijing’s increased use of energy efficiency technologies and renewable energy. Examples include the use of geothermal heating systems and the introduction of wind and solar power. Beijing has expanded its...

Greenpost Vol. 41 - Summer Issue

Publication | 2008-06-10 at 18:08

Greenpost Vol. 41 - Summer Issue

“Chinese” Genetically Engineered Rice in Foreign Patent Trap?

Publication | 2008-05-08 at 19:47

Currently, climate change, deficiency of water resources and decreasing farmland threatens food production in China. At the same time the change of nutritional structure and population increase have resulted in rising consumption. There are...

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