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Ancient trees are burning in Tasmania...and some will never grow back

Blog entry by Jessica Panegyres | 23 February, 2016 1 comment

For the past month fires have ravaged through parts of Tasmania’s World Heritage listed forests, destroying 1,000 year old trees. Is this the new normal? Over 100,000 hectares have been damaged by bushfires, including parts of...

Greenpeace activists block secret TTIP talks

Press release | 22 February, 2016 at 13:46

Brussels, 22 February 2016 – Greenpeace activists from seven countries today blocked the entrances to the Brussels building where EU and US negotiators were due to hold secret talks for a trade deal that would give multinational corporations...

TTIP is not about trade, it's about us

Blog entry by Susan Cohen Jehoram | 22 February, 2016

European and American trade negotiators have a tough week ahead of them. They are meeting behind closed doors to negotiate a new Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP). We want to put an end to these negotiations...

Activists set up basecamp at Mammut HQ to demand end of toxic chemical use

Press release | 17 February, 2016 at 7:59

Seon, Switzerland, 17 February 2016 - More than 15 Greenpeace activists from six countries have today installed a conference table on the facade of Mammut’s headquarters in Seon, Switzerland to invite CEO, Rolf Schmid, to negotiate a commitment...

Colombia bans coal mining in the páramos!

Blog entry by Silvia Gomez | 12 February, 2016 4 comments

The páramos of Colombia – a region of the Andes too high for trees to grow and too low to be covered in snow – holds an ecosystem unlike any other on earth. One that millions of people rely on. Home to thousands of unique species,...

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