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Rainbow Warrior arrives in Cuba to document the island’s eco food system

Press release | 13 January, 2017 at 22:40

Havana, Cuba 11 January 2017 - Greenpeace's Rainbow Warrior, arrived in Cuba for the first time to host a conversation between Mexican scientists and farmers and their Cuban counterparts, responsible for researching and practising large scale...

Cancelling new coal plants in Southeast Asia, Korea, Japan would save 50,000 lives a year

Press release | 13 January, 2017 at 1:00

Hong Kong, 13 January 2017 - Approximately 50,000 lives a year could saved by 2030 if no new coal-fired power plants are built in Southeast Asia, South Korea, Japan and Taiwan, according to a groundbreaking peer reviewed study from researchers at...

Seeing is believing: Growing food for people, with people and with nature in Cuba

Blog entry by Reyes Tirado | 13 January, 2017 2 comments

“Ojos hacen fe.” Those are the words of Lucy Martín, an inspiring Cuban researcher with Oxfam in Havana. She has lived through decades of change in Cuba, while remaining grounded in the reality of farmers there. She uses...

How green are the apps you use every day?

Blog entry by Gary Cook | 12 January, 2017

Did you know some of the apps we use every day can make a difference in driving a green future by choosing to power their data centres (and our digital lives) with renewable energy?  The Renewable Revolution is here and some of...

The Environmental Risks of Neonicotinoid Pesticides

Publication | 12 January, 2017 at 9:00

Neonicotinoid pesticides were first introduced in the mid-1990s and since then their use has grown rapidly so that they have become the most widely used class of insecticides in the world, with the majority being used as seed coatings.

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