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In 3 steps, here is what Paris can do - and what we need to do afterwards

Blog entry by Daniel Mittler | 28 November, 2015

The last few weeks have seen the best and the worst in terms of climate change. Victories which pundits told us for years were “impossible” have been coming at a breathtaking pace. Coal demand is in terminal decline worldwide ,... allows those who can’t march for the climate to still take part

Press release | 25 November, 2015 at 21:46

Paris, 25 November 2015 - Following the recent attacks in Paris and subsequent security concerns in the French capital which nullified plans for a massive climate march in the city, NGOs have teamed up to provide an opportunity for those who...

4 of ExxonMobil’s greatest climate denial hits

Blog entry by Naomi Ages | 25 November, 2015 2 comments

In the last few months, exposé after exposé has uncovered how Exxon knew about the dangerous reality of climate change before the media, politicians and just about everyone else. But instead of doing the right thing, or even just...

Could you go a year without buying new clothes?

Blog entry by Chiara Milford | 25 November, 2015 1 comment

The last time I bought something new to wear was July 2014: it was a pretty blue dress for my graduation. Since then, every piece of clothing that found it’s way into my closet has been bought second-hand, inherited or borrowed. ...

Another historic day in the battle to stop the tarsands

Blog entry by Mike Hudema | 23 November, 2015 1 comment

Today people slowed the beast again but this time we did it at the source. After a string of pipeline victories and over a decade of campaigning on at least three different continents, the Alberta government has finally put a limit...

10 shocking facts show how companies are still trashing Indonesia’s forests

Blog entry by Danielle Boobyer | 23 November, 2015

For months, forest fires raged across Indonesia bringing the world's attention to the country's devastating forest destruction. Both people and orang-utans were endangered as the fires raged and a thick, choking haze swept across...

Hong Kong takes action to address illegal totoaba trade, help critically endangered...

Press release | 23 November, 2015 at 11:00

Hong Kong, 23 November 2015 - The Hong Kong government took unprecedented action to address the illegal totoaba trade on Friday by issuing summonses against the operators of two dried seafood shops that sell bladders from the endangered fish.

Uprooting illegal logging: From the Amazon to the EU

Blog entry by An Lambrechts | 20 November, 2015

Illegal logging in the Brazilian Amazon is vast in scale and scope – impacting both rainforest communities and crucial habitat. This past August – during my first visit to the Brazilian Amazon – my Brazilian colleagues visited the...

FoD and #savethearctic, say whaat?

Blog entry by Arin de Hoog | 20 November, 2015

What do the Arctic have in common with a drama about vampires and a sitcom about a sketch comedy show? Not much, unless you take into account two actors who are keen to save our pristine wilderness to the North. True Blood star...

Under Fire

Publication | 19 November, 2015 at 8:00

Indonesia’s fire crisis, the result of decades of wholesale forest and peatland destruction, has put Indonesia’s plantation industries in the global spotlight. Global consumer companies and traders must face up to their role in fuelling this...

Palm oil giants fuelling forest fires in Borneo

Press release | 19 November, 2015 at 1:18

Jakarta, 19 November 2015 – Forest and peatland destruction by ‘sustainable’ palm oil companies is fuelling forest fires in Borneo, a new investigation by Greenpeace International has revealed.

Climate march and mobilisation cancelled in Paris - Greenpeace response

Press release | 18 November, 2015 at 23:23

Paris, 18 November 2015 - In reaction to the announcement of the non-authorisation of the climate march ahead of the Paris Climate Summit and mobilisations scheduled at the end of COP 21 Jean François Julliard, Executive Director of Greenpeace...

Herakles Farms project rears its ugly head again

Blog entry by Amy Moas and Eric Ini | 18 November, 2015

When Greenpeace Africa and ally NGOs first introduced you to Herakles Farms and its palm oil project in Cameroon (known locally as SG Sustainable Oils Cameroon or SGSOC), the US company had grand and destructive ambitions. Even...

Dam collapse in Brazil destroys towns and turns river into muddy wasteland

Blog entry by Bruno Weis | 17 November, 2015 9 comments

On Thursday, November 5th, two dams holding millions of cubic meters of mining waste gave way – launching one of the worst environmental disasters in Brazilian history. Over 25,000 Olympic swimming pools worth of mud –...

Art is essential to activism

Blog entry by Ryan Schleeter | 17 November, 2015

The environmental movement runs on innovation. Our biggest victories aren't won by out-spending or out-muscling our adversaries. Instead, we out-maneuver. We meet big challenges with even bigger creativity. And there are few...

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