Greenpeace holds a protest at the Philippines headquarters of the European energy company Alstom.
Greenpeace welcomed a European Parliament vote for tightened regulations which give consumers and farmers in Europe the choice to accept or reject GMOs (genetically modified organisms) in the food they eat and the feed they use.
From the heart of an ancient temple in forested hills just in from Japans’ western coast comes an unlikely opponent to Japan's plutonium programme: Nakajima Tetsuen, Chief Priest at the 1200 year old Myotsuji temple.
Greenpeace wants to remind shareholders attending Alstom's annual general meeting in Paris that the company makes money by selling dirty, polluting coal-based technology to the South.
Activists from the Greenpeace Choose Positive Energy Tour have sent a clear message to Belgian leaders that they must end the country's reliance on risky and expensive nuclear power.
“More than ever, it is in our interest to meet environmental demands for sustainable development.” - It’s a paradox of today that a statement as seemingly unequivocal as this made by a global energy industry giant will likely turn out to be among...
Thai girl with pinwheel.
Nuclear site in Takahama, Japan, under heavy guard for loading of rejected plutonium MOX fuel, which is being returned to the UK by ship.
Our correspondent in Johannesburg reports about something fishy happening inside the summit.
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