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Save Bear Island – Save us from oil addiction

Blog entry by Sune Scheller | 16 May, 2014

As I write this the Esperanza is sailing north along the Norwegian coast with a dedicated crew and activists, committed to put an end to oil companies' reckless race to drill for oil in the Arctic. I am glad to be one of them. This...

Illegal Brazilian Amazon timber sold globally with legal paper work

Blog entry by Tica Minami | 15 May, 2014 1 comment

Two years ago, we kicked off an investigation into what was happening in the Brazilian Amazon timber industry and today we released our findings: the timber market is fraught with illegality, and predatory logging is destroying the...

FSC at a Crossroads

Blog entry by Catharine Grant | 12 May, 2014 1 comment

Greenpeace considers the Forest Stewardship Council to be the only credible global certification standard for good forest management. There are many reasons for this, but it is mostly because FSC is a three-chamber system that has...

Breastfeeding and indigenous food: a mother’s recipe for healthy children

Blog entry by Velvet Escario Roxas | 11 May, 2014 1 comment

Today is Mother's Day and as a Filipino mother of two girls and Deputy Executive Director of Arugaan, a Filipino NGO which protects, promotes and supports breastfeeding, it is a great opportunity to share our recipe to ensure our...

Shipment of whale meat from Iceland arrives in Japan

Blog entry by Junichi Sato, Executive Director, Greenpeace Japan | 8 May, 2014 8 comments

We had a strange visitor to Japan yesterday, the Alma, a refrigerated cargo vessel which has sailed all the way from Iceland carrying 2,000 tons of fin whale meat, valued at over 13 million US dollars. It sailed around the tip of...

After the final no there comes a yes...

Blog entry by Pat Lerner | 8 May, 2014 3 comments

... and on that yes the future world depends.[1] I'm just back from spending a whirlwind 48 hours in Abu Dhabi where more than a thousand people, including 70 Ministers and numerous business leaders gathered to prepare for the UN...

Talking about a Fashion Revolution

Blog entry by Ieva Vilimaviciute | 7 May, 2014 1 comment

Just a few weeks ago we marked the one-year anniversary of the Rana Plaza disaster, one of the worst industrial accidents in recent history. It was also marked by the first ever Fashion Revolution Day, a global call for a change in...

Plan Bee: we can live without pesticides!

Blog entry by Matthias Wüthrich | 7 May, 2014 3 comments

Today Greenpeace launched a solutions report, Plan Bee - living without pesticides. It illustrates concrete ways to protect our bees and agriculture and proves the large-scale feasibility of ecological farming. Only ecological...

The perilous space between an oil tanker and a harbour

Blog entry by Kumi Naidoo | 1 May, 2014 13 comments

This morning, one of the busiest harbours in the world was the backdrop for a citizen action to do what governments are seemingly unable or unwilling to; reject arctic oil drilling and stand up to the single-minded and ecologically...

The Alliance to Save the Bees tackles Syngenta and Bayer at their AGMs

Blog entry by Matthias Wüthrich | 30 April, 2014 1 comment

Yesterday, alongside the Europe–wide Alliance to Save the Bees and Agriculture we took a stand against the agrochemical industry. At the annual general meetings (AGMs) of Syngenta and Bayer we made ourselves heard on behalf of the bees...

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