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Primark joins the 5 Step Detox Programme

Feature story | February 10, 2014 at 11:30

Today, British retail giant Primark became the 20th global clothing company to commit to Detox. In doing so, they have taken up the challenge laid down to the fashion industry by people around the world to eliminate all hazardous chemicals from...

Primark joins the toxic-free trend

Press release | February 10, 2014 at 9:45

London, 10 February 2014 - British retail giant Primark today joined the growing number of brands committing to eliminate all hazardous chemicals from its supply chain as part of Greenpeace’s global Detox campaign. [1]

APP's forest conservation commitments, one year on

Blog entry by Zulfahmi | February 5, 2014

A year ago today, Asia Pulp & Paper committed to end its role in forest destruction.  It placed an immediate halt to all forest clearance and began the road to reformation, under the watchful eyes of Greenpeace and a host of other...

5 Greenpeace Facebook moments to remember

Blog entry by JulietteH | February 4, 2014

The social networking giant, Facebook, turned ten today, but what does that have to do with Greenpeace? Well, whether you’ve signed in or not, Facebook has become a prime mover in digital activism. It's played a role in, and...

Herakles Farms: "Investing in Africa"

Blog entry by Brendan Schwartz | February 4, 2014

Herakles Farms is a gem of a company claiming to "invest" in "sustainable" agriculture in Africa, in particular in a forested corner of the South West region of Cameroon. It's a crowded market, but what makes them so different? What...

How can we support sustainable development in Greenland?

Blog entry by Jon Burgwald | February 4, 2014 1 comment

In the small town of Aasiaat in Western Greenland, the sleigh dogs are becoming restless and fewer in numbers. Located on one of the many islands at the edge of the picturesque Disco Bay, the dogs have played an important role in...

Nuclear Protest in Budapest

Image | February 3, 2014 at 18:08

Greenpeace Hungary activists protest at Budapest’s Liberty Statue, against plans to expand the Paks 2 Nuclear Power Plant. Greenpeace calls on the Hungarian Parliament to withdraw their support for an extension of the nuclear plant. 2014-2-3

EU criticizes UK for state aid to new Hinkley C nuclear reactors

Blog entry by Greenpeace UK | February 3, 2014

For a full briefing on the Commissions comments please go to Energydesk. The European Commission (EC) has delivered what can only be called a scathing initial verdict on the UK Government’s deal with French state owned EDF to...

Choosing Amazon protection over greed, for now

Blog entry by Daniela Montalto | January 31, 2014 3 comments

We didn't know which way the axe would swing today, so to speak, regarding the extension of a landmark agreement about soya cultivation in the Amazon. And fortunately, it wasn’t the rainforest that got hit. Neither did the soya traders...

Amazon soya agreement extended until year’s end

Press release | January 31, 2014 at 17:57

Brasília, 31 January 2014 - A landmark moratorium on Brazilian soya that was set to end today has been, after long negotiations, renewed for one last year. The initiative prevents major traders selling soya that may be linked to deforestation in...

Amazon Soya Moratorium

Slideshow | January 31, 2014

Will a new lawsuit finally give some justice to the victims of Fukushima?

Blog entry by Justin McKeating | January 31, 2014 2 comments

A joint lawsuit filed in Tokyo this week offers a glimmer of hope that those responsible for the Fukushima disaster might finally face justice … The 1,415 plaintiffs, including 38 Fukushima residents and 357 people from outside...

Stop Hungary’s PAK 2 nuclear reactor

Blog entry by Justin McKeating | January 30, 2014 3 comments

Hungary’s government should abandon its plans to build a new nuclear power plant immediately. That was the message Greenpeace sent Hungary’s lawmakers today when we turned Budapest’s Clark Adam Square into a giant nuclear symbol. ...

Nuclear Protest In Hungary

Image | January 30, 2014 at 17:05

Greenpeace Hungary activists turn Clark Adam Square into a nuclear symbol in protest against plans to build a second reactor at the Paks Nuclear Power Station, currently responsible for 40% of Hungary’s electricity generation. The 4 units (440MW...

'The Planet Does Not Need Saving' - Video Interview with Huffington Post Live

Blog entry by Kumi Naidoo | January 30, 2014

Kumi Naidoo, International Executive Director of Greenpeace, addressed the struggle of climate change during an interview with HuffPost Live at Davos.

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