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Submission to the Inquiry Committee on Rokkasho Reprocessing Plant

Publication | 27 February, 2004 at 0:00

Greenpeace commissioned report into safety issues of the US$20 billion Rokkasho reprocessing plant, including the major failure of quality control during the plants construction, the implication for operating a large chemical plant containing...

One step ahead in the biosafety negotiations - Mexico blocked more significant progress

Press release | 27 February, 2004 at 0:00

Greenpeace has condemned Mexico for blocking significant progress in the crucial issue of documentation required for imported living GMOs. As the first intergovernmental meeting of the Parties of the Cartagena Protocol on Biosafety ended today in...

Urgent safety assessment required for Asia's largest plutonium facility

Press release | 27 February, 2004 at 0:00

Greenpeace today warned that an urgent and comprehensive assessment of the risks posed by Asia's largest plutonium facility needs to be launched by a Japanese Government Committee (1) which is expected to hold a decisive meeting this weekend. The...

British GM maize plan 'disaster'

Feature story | 26 February, 2004 at 0:00

Planting genetically modified (GM) crops is a risk that isn't wanted or needed anywhere in the world. The general public in the UK and even the UK Government's own scientists and economists have all said no to GM.

Greenpeace calls for urgent Presidential action in Central Kalimantan

Press release | 25 February, 2004 at 0:00

As the Greenpeace blockade of Central Kalimantan illegal logging operations continued today, the organisation called for the Indonesian President, Mrs Megawati Sukarnoputri, to demand urgent enforcement from her police force. Greenpeace has new...

Activists circle the Vietnamese vessel

Image | 24 February, 2004 at 0:00

Activists circle the Vietnamese vessel, Ha Tihn 06 with a banner reading - stop forest crime - Greenpeace assisted the Indonesian Navy to expel the vessel, as part of a blockade in Central Kalimantan that has been ongoing for 10 days.

Greenpeace Kalimantan blockade provokes expulsion of illegal log ship

Press release | 24 February, 2004 at 0:00

Greenpeace today assisted the Indonesian Navy expel an illegal log vessel, as part of a blockade in Central Kalimantan that has been ongoing for 10 days. The Ha Tinh 06, owned by the Vietnamese government and registered in Haiphong, has been...

Greenpeace Kalimantan blockade provokes expulsion of illegal log ship

Press release | 24 February, 2004 at 0:00

Greenpeace today assisted the Indonesian Navy expel an illegal log vessel, as part of a blockade in Central Kalimantan that has been ongoing for 10 days. The Ha Tinh 06, owned by the Vietnamese government and registered in Haiphong, has been...

Illegal log vessel expelled in Indonesia

Feature story | 24 February, 2004 at 0:00

Thanks to the Rainbow Warrior's persistence in monitoring the waters in Central Kalimantan, the Indonesian Navy has today expelled an illegal log vessel owned by the Vietnamese government.

Biosaftey Protocol - Bilaterals paper French Version

Publication | 23 February, 2004 at 0:00

Biosaftey Protocol - General Backgrounder

Publication | 23 February, 2004 at 0:00

Biosaftey Protocol - Bilaterals Paper

Publication | 23 February, 2004 at 0:00

A cargo of flitches

Image | 23 February, 2004 at 0:00

A cargo of flitches, slabs of wood cut from tree trunks waits to be loaded on to the Vietnamese vessel, Ha Tinh 06, on the Kumai River, adjacent to the Tanjung Puting National Park February 23, 2004.

A small boat drags a hundreds of logs in

Image | 23 February, 2004 at 0:00

A small boat drags a hundreds of logs in a log raft down the Lamandau River near Borneo's Tanjung Puting National Park. The World Bank has warned that some of the richest areas of the forests will disappear in three to ten years unless government...

Many hundreds of logs are transported on

Image | 23 February, 2004 at 0:00

Many hundreds of logs are transported on the Lamandau River near Borneo's Tanjung Puting National. Indonesia has already lost about 65 percent of its ancient forests.

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