Why we opposed war on Iraq
Six Greenpeace activists climb onto the European cargo ship 'SEA BEIRUT' as it tries illegally to enter a Turkish shipbreaking yard on the 4th May 2002
Greenpeace activists block ship containing toxic asbestos entering shipbreaking yard.
An entire flotilla of fifty Greenpeace activists escorted the Kiel-Oslo ferry out of port today, to protest Norway's imminent whaling expedition.
Greenpeace activists have intercepted a European cargo vessel while it illegally attempted to enter a Turkish shipbreaking yard with dangerous toxic waste.
With international agreement that ships can be considered toxic waste, better controls on shipbreaking should result.
View of ship breaking yard where hazardous materials onboard ships cause pollution and endanger workers.
Buddhist Abbot greets Greenpeace visitors during the hand over of a solar installation.
An examination of the contribution that the PVC Industrys Voluntary Commitment makes in response to the European Commissions Green PaperEnvironmental Issues of PVC and the health and environmentalconcerns posed by PVC plastic.
The Thai village of Ban Krut is the site of a proposed coal-fired power plant, but today the community received from Greenpeace the kind of energy they truly want: clean, renewable solar power.
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