They're back! Last year the Bush-led US government walked away from the Kyoto Protocol. As a result, it took heroic efforts by other countries to salvage this world-wide effort to address climate change. But after their dramatic exit from the...
Overexploit, cheat, deplete. The cycle of greed behind the global whaling industry drove one whale population after another toward oblivion. It wasn't until 1986 that a moratorium on all commercial whaling slowed this onslaught. Now, will a...
Demonstration in streets of New Delhi during COP8 climate change negotiations.
Greenpeace banner outside hotel where American delegates are staying during COP8 in New Delhi, India.
People are not letting delegates at the climate talks in India forget why they are there.
One year ago we uncovered a stash of illegal mahogany in the Brazilian Amazon worth over US$7 million. The seizure of these logs and continued investigations by the government led to a ban on the logging, transport and export of mahogany. But...
A tasty fish with a toothy grin is prized loot for modern pirates. With a market value of US$10 a kilogram, toothfish are on the losing end of a massive international and illegal treasure hunt. Even member countries of the regional conservation...
Greenpeace activists deliver a wake up call to the Commission for the Conservation of Antartic Marine Living Resources (CCAMLR), demanding an end to pirate fishing of toothfish.
Guidelines for the full clean up of this global toxic hotspot.
Mariek, a Dutch activist on board the Esperanza, sends a first hand account of the Toxics Free Mediterranean tour to date, including a first hand account of their two actions in Spain.
Greenpeace activists struggle with a banner in strong winds after they shut down the Esso station in Wasserbillig, Luxembourg.
Greenpeace acivists braved a day long rainstorm to shut down every Esso station in Luxembourg
Greenpeace blocks every Esso station in Luxembourg.
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