Archived material for the Greenpeace climate campaign
Child from Boh Nok in the Prachuap Khiri Khan province of Thailand holding a paper wind toy.
Greenpeace and industry coalition World Business Council for Sustainable Development (WBCSD) were 'fighting like cats and dogs' ten years ago in Rio, in the words of Greenpeace Political Director Remi Parmentier. Today, they agreed to put aside...
While world leaders at the Earth Summit feed off the fat of the land and offer excuses for failing to act on climate change, Thailand is doing what other delegates say is too hard. They are rejecting dirty energy in favour of clean renewable...
Forest Crime File explores the need for an international instrument on corporate accountability and liability. States are ultimately responsible for public welfare, and they must not abdicate this responsibility to the private sector.
Rasheeda Bee, Bhopal survivor
This year we have seen an alarming number of climate related disasters - floods in Europe, devastating storms in Asia, heat waves across North America - and these types of disasters are expected to increase in frequency and intensity as our...
The World Business Council for Sustainable Development (WBCSD) and Greenpeace International organise a joint event in Johannesburg
What does Greenpeace want from the Earth Summit? To start with: clean, reliable, renewable energy for two billion of the world's poorest, who are today without electricity. And if anybody says renewables can't power anything practical today,...
Archbishop Desmond Tutu joins the call for clean energy for 2 billion of the world's poorest.
Greenpeace activists outside the Electricity Generating Authority of Thailand (EGAT) demanding that the company moves away from fossil fuel power and supports renewable energy.
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