Greenpeace is campaigning for safe, ecological agriculture that's good for the planet and good for people.
The introduction of genetically engineered (GE) organisms into the complex ecosystems of our environment is a dangerous global experiment with nature and evolution.
Greenpeace has invited Professor Wen Tiejun and his team from the Renmin University’s School of Agriculture and Rural Area Development to present an analysis of China’s chemical fertilizer industry, nitrogen fertilizer use, its impacts, and...
With your help, Greenpeace has not only reached around the globe to push policy and take direct action, but we have engaged the imagination of a world - a world which is not happy with business as usual and demands a sustainable future. From...
As a proud Beijing citizen, I was appalled to learn that neighbourhood markets in the city are selling vegetables which are not only contaminated with chemical pesticides well in excess of Chinese standards, but are even worse affected...
China's overall food production may plunge by up to 23% by 2050 from 2000 levels because of land loss, water shortages and temperature rise.
Eco-farming, such as raising ducks in rice fields, is the best strategy to adapting to climate change.
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