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In Finland we fight against unsustainable biofuel produced by Finnish company Neste Oil to end rainforest destruction. Greenpeace aims at ending the nuclear era by promoting safe and clean, green energy solutions. We protect the world's ancient forests and the animals, plants and people that depend on them.
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While we are celebrating 1st of May and hoping for nice warm weather for a picnic, let's also wish for arctic weather conditions for Alaska. Shell's oil fleet is moving towards Alaska to drill in the pristine Arctic waters as we speak. Burning...
For several years, concerns have been raised in this Annual General Meeting about environmental problems caused by Neste Oil’s global production of palm oil diesel. During 2011, Neste Oil has finished building its enormous NExBTL refineries in...
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The core position of Neste Oil on ILUC is that “Clearly it is not possible with any degree of accuracy to give a value for ILUC (p.3)”
Fennovoima, led by the German energy giant E.ON, announced today that it plans to build a new nuclear reactor in Northern Finland in Pyhäjoki. Today Greenpeace starts a campaign against E.ON's nuclear project. Nuclear power is a dangerous and...
Helsinki/Finland. Activists from Greenpeace are today protesting in Helsinki against deforestation and social problems caused by the growing demand for palm oil in biofuel production. Activists are welcoming shareholders to the annual general...
Greenpeace activists Sini, Rosa, Matti and Petteri paid a suprise visit to Olkiluoto nuclear plant area. They wanted to point out the security mishaps.
Two Greenpeace activists demonstrate early Monday morning at Olkiluoto nuclear power plant. By going to the nuclear power plant the activists wanted to show that nuclear power is an unnecessary risk Finland doesn’t need.
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