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Activists lock climate laggards out of business summit

Feature story | May 18, 2011 at 12:19

This morning in Brussels, more than 170 Greenpeace activists challenged companies in Europe to take more ambitious access on climate change by blocking access to delegates arriving at the European Business Summit: 'Europe in the world: leading or...

Leaders or Laggards - that is the question in Brussels today

Blog entry by Daniel Mittler | May 18, 2011 3 comments

I am locked in by my own colleagues . And I like it. There were three bangs - and since then, there has been silence at the big Business Europe conference: Europe in the World: Leading or Lagging. No one is getting in. Unless they...

World leaders apologise for climate failure in Copenhagen airport ads

Blog entry by brianfit | December 3, 2009 129 comments

We're hoping these ads predict the wrong future -- the one where world leaders look back with a "coulda, shoulda, woulda" attitude at a Copenhagen climate summit which failed. There's still time to change the future. Our recipe for...

Spinning at Kozloduy

Blog entry by Justin | December 23, 2008

If you want an example of the spin, cover-up and pure self-denial of the nuclear industry, you could do worse than take a look at this little self-congratulatory announcement from the operators of the Kozloduy nuclear plant in...

Act Now - Change the Future

Background | March 30, 2010 at 9:13

Greenpeace pees all over the IT sector!

Blog entry by laurak | June 3, 2009

Blogger Jay Yarrow, from the Business Insider Green Sheet , described the launch of the Cool IT Challenge with the following sentence: "Greenpeace pees all over the IT sector today , saying companies aren't doing their part to save...

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