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Earthquake, fire and nuclear leak in Japan

Feature story | July 23, 2007 at 13:10

KASHIWAZAKI, Japan — A 6.8 magnitude earthquake rocked the world's largest nuclear plant on Monday, causing a transformer fire. Since then, revelations have been coming out about spills and leaks at the plant.

Pirate ship in chains

Feature story | July 3, 2007 at 11:39

EEMSHAVEN, Netherlands — The notorious Russian pirate fish cargo ship, the Mumrinskiy, has been chained to the docks in the Dutch port of Eemshaven by activists to stop it from engaging in illegal activities with pirate fisheries and facilitating...

Apple Greener, Nokia regains lead in electronics ranking

Feature story | June 27, 2007 at 15:10

The fourth edition of the Greenpeace Guide to Greener Electronics is out now. Apple moves up as a result of Steve Job's "Greener Appple" pledge to phase out PVC and other chemicals from their product line. But Nokia is on top because they've...

Ratan Tata, Kya Hua Tera Vaada?

Feature story | June 19, 2007 at 3:30

MUMBAI, India — “Ratan Tata, Kya Hua Tera Vaada?” was the line that thousands of Mumbai’s citizens have been reading aloud, with smiles on their faces, over the last few days. The Tata’s response to the Greenpeace-commissioned rapid biodiversity...

VICTORY! Wipro leads in clean production. HCL still twiddling its thumbs.

Feature story | June 14, 2007 at 3:30

BANGALORE, India — Two years ago, nobody could have believed that one day Wipro and Greenpeace would stand on the same stage, shake hands, and call it quits.

G8 to act on climate change, later... maybe

Feature story | June 8, 2007 at 15:03

HEILIGENDAMM, Germany — In the lead up to this year's summit, leaked documents made it clear there was a distinct split among the G8 on the issue of climate change. After all, seven of the member countries have committed to the Kyoto Protocol's...

Noah's Ark

Feature story | June 3, 2007 at 23:40

Judeo, Christian and Muslim religions all include the story of a great flood and Noah's Ark. It's said that as the flood subsided Noah released a dove, and the dove returned with an olive branch to show land had been found. To this day the Ark...

Green my Apple Bears Fruit

Feature story | June 3, 2007 at 23:03

This is the story of a "people power victory." It's the story of the Greening of Apple.

Greenpeace builds Noah's Ark on Mount Ararat

Feature story | May 25, 2007 at 17:15

Work has already begun on constructing a new Noah's Ark on Mount Ararat at an elevation of 2,500 meters. Measuring 10 by four by four meters, the ship being built by Greenpeace, will remind leaders of all nations that there's not much time left...

IPCC report lays out options

Feature story | May 10, 2007 at 12:39

BANGKOK, Thailand — Renewable energy and energy efficiency are vital. The next two decades are crucial. Changing our energy use is less costly than changing our climate. These are findings from the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change...

The Asian Destruction Bank?

Feature story | May 10, 2007 at 3:30

KYOTO, Japan — When one of Asia’s leading institutions says it’s serious about funding the solutions to climate change that makes us happy. But when we discover that this commitment goes no further than a glossy brochure, we can't let that pass.

Say No to Climate change and Power Cuts-SMS BTB to 4646

Feature story | May 4, 2007 at 3:30

NEW DELHI, India — The Greenpeace Climate Patrol team got down to some serious action today! They were spotted in the Janpath market raiding inefficient and hazardous light bulbs and replacing them with energy efficient compact fluroscent lamps.

Tasty news from Apple!

Feature story | May 3, 2007 at 13:58

We are cheering! Steve Jobs has decided to bring us closer to the greener apple that Mac users all over the world have been asking for.

10,000 lightbulbs

Feature story | April 24, 2007 at 3:30

BERLIN, Germany — Energy wasting incandescent lightbulbs are so dangerously inefficient it's better for the climate (and your wallet) to smash even brand new ones rather than use them. So we got a road roller and crushed 10,000 energy wasting...

Cargill's controversial soya port closed in the Amazon

Feature story | April 9, 2007 at 3:30

SANTARÉM, Brazil — In the heart of the Amazon rainforest a huge soya port owned by the giant US company Cargill has just been closed down by the Brazilian Environmental Agency (IBAMA). The orders to close the port came after a seven-year...

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