A Greenpeace crewmember, dressed as a polar bear symbolising the plight of the Arctic mammal whose environment is threatened by global warming, is on a melting ice floe in Scorsbeysund Fjord in East Greenland. The Greenpeace ship MY Arctic...
The fishing boat Santa Cristina, from Portugal, bottom trawls for Deep Sea Red Fish (Sabastes Marinus) at depths of 650 meters in the North Atlantic Ocean.The Greenpeace ship Esperanza is currently documenting the shrimp bottom trawl fishery.
Greenpeace activists mock the giant US biotech company Monsanto by driving a 'WTO' steamroller over a map of Europe made out of non-ge (genetically engineered) vegetables.
Responding to the recent announcement by the USA of a six nation 'pact' on climate change, Greenpeace Climate Campaigner Stephanie Tunmore said: The pact, rather than saving the climate, is nothing more than a trade agreement in energy...
The right of consumers to say 'no' to genetically modified (GM) food is under attack by the World Trade Organisation (WTO), Greenpeace warned today.
On May 13, 2003 the US government filed a complaint with the World Trade Organization (WTO) against the European Union’s de facto moratorium on genetically modified organisms (GMOs), as well as a number of EU member states’ national bans on GMOs.
Campaigning for a clean energy revolution and an end to dirty coal, the Rainbow Warrior blocks Newcastle harbour's narrow channel to prevent coal ships loading.
Greenpeace activists disrupt coal loading at the world's largest coal port with the message to the world about Australia's contribution to global climate change and to demand that Australia 'quit coal' and move to sustainable renewable energy.
In the glow of a warm, still morning, the Rainbow Warrior slipped into the harbour of the world's biggest coal port and dropped anchor to shut down coal exports for 5 hours in Newcastle, Australia.
Greenpeace's flagship, the Rainbow Warrior, closed down the world's largest coal export port in Newcastle today and called on Australia to quit coal and tackle climate change by moving to a clean energy economy.
Coalmining communities do not reap the benefits of their industry. A transition to clean energy offers a more healthy and sustainable working future.
Greenpeace is in action in the forests of Argentina.
We've taken our call for a United Nations moratorium on high-seas bottom trawling to Halifax, Canada, where we've asked the Prime Minister to take a lead role at the United Nations in stopping one of the most destructive fishing methods ever...
The Greenpeace ship Esperanza arrived in the Northwest Atlantic today to document the indiscriminate devastation of deep-sea marine ecosystems caused by the most destructive of all industrial fishing methods - high seas bottom trawling.
10906 - 10920 of 15257 results.