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Toxic chemical banned in EU textile imports

Blog entry by Yixiu Wu | July 22, 2015

A huge victory for Detox supporters came out of Europe this week as all EU member states voted to ban the toxic chemical NPE from textile imports. This decision closes a trade loophole that allowed clothing containing dangerous levels...

UK’s proposed Hinkley C nuclear power plant faces resistance on all sides

Blog entry by Justin McKeating | July 16, 2015

The plans for new nuclear reactors at Hinkley in the UK are too expensive, too late, won't help cut greenhouse gas emissions, violate EU competition law, and will distort Europe 's energy markets. On 6 July 2015,...

Remember the unstoppable power of contagious courage

Blog entry by Kumi Naidoo, Greenpeace International ED | July 10, 2015

Thirty years ago, groups of individuals in New Zealand were preparing to leave their families, their jobs and their homes to set off in small boats across the Pacific Ocean into a nuclear weapons testing zone. They hoped that their...

EU parliament cooks up Euro-fudge on private TTIP courts

Press release | July 8, 2015 at 13:31

Strasbourg/Brussels – In a non-binding recommendation to the European Commission, the European Parliament has proposed the creation of a permanent global investment court to rule on trade disputes between corporate investors and governments under...

480 organisations call on EU Parliament to reject EU-US trade deal

Publication | July 5, 2015 at 18:00

This open letter was sent to members of the European Parliament ahead of a vote on 8 July that will affect forthcoming negotiations on an EU-US trade agreement.

Greenpeace warns Europe is failing to learn lessons from Fukushima

Press release | June 29, 2015 at 9:20

Brussels – A new report published today by Greenpeace [1] found that Europe's nuclear regulators have failed to act on vital lessons from the Fukushima catastrophe, exposing Europeans to the risk of a nuclear accident. The release coincides with...

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