Archived material for the Greenpeace climate campaign
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.
Archbishop Desmond Tutu joined the call for a clean, nuclear free future from the deck of the Greenpeace vessel Esperanza today as the ship and crew continued their work in the run up to the Earth Summit next week.The Noble Peace Prize winner...
The relative effectiveness of proposals to address non-permanence of afforestation and reforestation projects under the CDM and related accounting is discussed. Thispaper complements a separate Climate Action Network (CAN) submission, that deals...
One third of Thailand's electricity needs could be met with renewable energy by 2020, even if electricity consumption doubles, according to a report launched today by Greenpeace prepared in conjunction with the Sustainable Energy Network Thailand.
Norman Askew, chief executive of British Nuclear Fuels has a skewed perspective. He is "delighted" by nuclear power expansion, even as people living around the Sellafield nuclear plant die from unusually high rates of cancer. Askew and government...
Greenpeace launches Stop Global Warming balloon over the Mae Moh coal plant in Lampang, Thailand on the 21st August 2002
Greenpeace launches a Stop Global Warming balloon over the Mae Moh coal plant in Lampang, Thailand.
Lee Raymond and Exxon are the Godfathers of corporate environmental crime. They have built up an unfathomable empire at the cost of our environment. They influence governments to get their own way, leaving the charred remains of international...
Greenpeace activists Penny Gardner (UK) right and Irene Maggiulli (Italy) left atop the bow mast of their ship, the MV Esperanza, protesting the passage of a deadly plutonium shipment from Japan to UK.
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