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Greenpeace banner on the Rainbow Warrior during the WTO's 4th Ministerial Conference in Doha, Qatar.

Genetically engineered food by Bush & Co. E-card designed by Mark Fiore.

Greenpeace volunteers dressed as Uncle Sam dump GE maize on other volunteers representing consumers in straitjackets, suffocating their demand for the right to say no GE food.

Encourage sustainable trade

The World Trade Organisation (WTO) promotes free trade for the gain of private interests, over and above our health and the environment. It is fatally flawed and is moving the world in the wrong direction - away from peace, security and sustainability. By stalling on issues that are crucial to poorer countries, the WTO faces a crisis of legitimacy.


Freeing people from forced trade

Greenpeace opposes the current form of globalisation that is increasing corporate power.

We demand that the World Trade Organisation (WTO) adopts a policy oftrade that truly works for all and that preserves and restores theenvironment.

We support global environmental standards. Trade must not takepriority. Governments must work to achieve sustainable development.This means integrating three things: environmental, social and economicpriorities.

We campaign to bring the concerns of citizens all over the world to the decision-makers at the WTO.

We are calling on consumers to join us and demand a GE free world.

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Caught Red-Handed: How Nestlé's Use of Palm Oil is Having a Devastating Impact on...

Publication | March 17, 2010 at 0:00

Nestlé's sourcing of palm oil from from the company Sinar Mas- responsible for destroying Indonesian rainforests and peatlands- threatens already endangered orang-utans with extinction and is accelerating climate change.

Guide to Greener Electronics - Apple, January 2010

Publication | January 7, 2010 at 10:04

The 14th (January 2010) Guide to Greener Electronics assessment of Apple.

Guide to Greener Electronics - Sony, January 2010

Publication | January 7, 2010 at 10:04

The 14th (January 2010) Guide to Greener Electronics assessment of Sony.

Guide to Greener Electronics - Sharp, January 2010

Publication | January 7, 2010 at 10:04

The 14th (January 2010) Guide to Greener Electronics assessment of Sharp.

Guide to Greener Electronics - Motorola, January 2010

Publication | January 7, 2010 at 10:04

The 14th (January 2010) Guide to Greener Electronics assessment of Motorola.

Guide to Greener Electronics - Toshiba, January 2010

Publication | January 7, 2010 at 10:04

The 14th (January 2010) Guide to Greener Electronics assessment of Toshiba.

Guide to Greener Electronics - Philips, January 2010

Publication | January 7, 2010 at 10:04

The 14th (January 2010) Guide to Greener Electronics assessment of Philips.

Guide to Greener Electronics - Samsung, January 2009

Publication | January 7, 2010 at 10:04

The 14th (January 2010) Guide to Greener Electronics assessment of Samsung.

Guide to Greener Electronics - Nokia, January 2010

Publication | January 7, 2010 at 10:04

The 14th (January 2010) Guide to Greener Electronics assessment of Nokia.

Guide to Greener Electronics - HP, January 2010

Publication | January 7, 2010 at 10:03

The 14th (January 2010) Guide to Greener Electronics assessment of HP.

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