58 results found
 

Toxic Tech - Puling the plug on dirty electronics

Publication | 2005-05-24 at 7:20

The world is consuming more and more electronic products every year. This has caused a dangerous explosion in electronic scrap (e-waste) containing toxic chemicals and heavy metals that cannot be disposed of or recycled safely. But this problem...

Unforgettable Commemoration

Press release | 2004-12-04 at 10:00

Greenpeace activists around the world are remembering the world's worst industrial disaster, twenty years after a toxic gas leak killed and maimed thousands in the Indian city of Bhopal. "Twenty years on, people in Bhopal are still suffering...

The Solutions

Standard Page | 2009-08-12 at 15:11

Only by eliminating the use of hazardous chemicals can we guarantee for our future generations a clean and healthy planet.

Recycling of electronic wastes in China and India

Publication | 2005-08-17 at 15:03

Recycling of electronic wastes in China and India: workplace and environmental contamination

Public Engagement

Standard Page | 2011-06-29 at 2:20

Though many Chinese people suffer from the effects of polluted water, the overall awareness of hazardous chemicals is low. Many villagers who fall ill do not even know why they are sick. Greenpeace is striving to record the story of water...

Response to Policy Address 2005

Press release | 2005-01-12 at 10:00

Greenpeace described the environmental protection policies anounced in the Chief Executive's 2005 Policy Address as "weak and conservative" and called into question the motivation of the SAR government in tackling Hong Kong's environmental problems.

Unborn babies are exposed in the womb to

Image | 2003-04-23 at 9:00

Unborn babies are exposed in the womb to synthetic chemicals.

Green Electronics Guide

Image | 2006-12-06 at 10:00

Green Electronics Guide

Nine Greenpeace activists wearing protective

Image | 2006-06-07 at 8:00

Nine Greenpeace activists wearing protective gears held pictures that depicted the horrific working and environmental conditions at e-waste scrap yards and stated “Hi-Tech Industry: Go Toxics Free Now!” in both English and Chinese.

Two Greenpeace activists

Image | 2005-11-17 at 10:00

Two Greenpeace activists, in traditional Chinese costumes, hung a banner reading "Change + HP = no-toxics is possible" in front of the Chinese headquarters of HP.

1 - 10 of 58 results.

results per page
10 | 20 | 50