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  • Breakthrough! Japanese retailer AEON champions sustainable seafood

    Blogpost by Oliver Knowles - 18 March, 2014 at 14:00

    They said it couldn't be done. They said you couldn't change Japanese attitudes to eating seafood. They laughed when we said we planned to change the way some of Japan's biggest corporations, retailers, wholesalers and restaurants buy their seafood. L... Read more >

  • Seeking justice for the Arctic 30

    Blogpost by Sergey Golubok and Kristin Casper - 17 March, 2014 at 10:30 4 comments

    Today, we launched a case at the European Court of Human Rights on behalf of the Arctic 30, who spent two months in Russian jail for a peaceful protest to save the Arctic.

    The 30 individuals are requesting "just compensation" from the Russian Federat... Read more >

  • Blow against Monsanto. No GE (or GM) soy allowed in Campeche, Mexico

    Blogpost by Silvia Díaz Pérez - 14 March, 2014 at 14:00 2 comments

    "The government secretariats of SAGARPA (Ministry of Agriculture) and SEMARNAT (Ministry of Environment) must guarantee that no genetically engineered (GE) soy will be grown in the state of Campeche starting from the 7th of March 2014".

    This is the v... Read more >

  • Is there a future for Greenland without Arctic oil?

    Blogpost by Jon Burgwald - 14 March, 2014 at 11:30 1 comment


    For the past four years I've been visiting the beautiful country of Greenland, trying to prevent dangerous oil drilling that would cause havoc to the unique and fragile wildlife and nature here.

    But ever since I started working in the cold north, t... Read more >

  • The European Parliament backs our vision for an Arctic sanctuary

    Blogpost by Dr. Neil Hamilton - 12 March, 2014 at 15:19 11 comments

    Tonight I’ll sleep well, knowing that there is finally something happening within the international community about protecting the Arctic.

    It’s not going to change things overnight, but it’s very positive, and something that our movement of over five... Read more >

  • Why trees need to stand together

    Blogpost by Dr. Janet Cotter - 12 March, 2014 at 11:53

    Aerial Documentation in Central Kalimantan. 02/24/2014 © Ulet Ifansasti / Greenpeace

    Tropical forests are home to more species than nearly any other ecosystem on the planet, but increasingly this biodiversity is threatened. When forest is cleared, there is a reduction in forest area, which affects biodiversity.

    There is also anothe... Read more >

  • Here’s how two different corporations respond to a consumers’ very real and very serious concerns…

    One makes a clear promise with ambitious time lines; the other continues as if it’s business as usual. This is the difference between Mars and Procter ... Read more >

  • GAP: 971 days without Detox

    Blogpost by Rose Lai and Ashov Birry - 10 March, 2014 at 11:58 1 comment

    Action at GAP Flagship Store in Taipei, Taiwan

    Last Friday, GAP officially opened its first ever store here in Taiwan. Not wanting to miss out on the party, we decided to mark the occasion by giving GAP a little reminder of its unresolved toxic problems. As the ribbon was cut at the sparkling ne... Read more >

  • Half a million reasons for P&G to protect forests!

    Blogpost by Areeba Hamid - 7 March, 2014 at 14:56 8 comments

    Today is a milestone in the movement to Protect Paradise.

    Half a million of you have joined the call demanding forest-friendly products – and we're just getting started!

    In the last two weeks, you have been part of something big. From aerial acrobat... Read more >

  • Indian people voice their concern about Moily's approval of GE field trials!

    Blogpost by Neha Saigal - 6 March, 2014 at 11:00

    Organic Farmer in Bihar. 01/31/2012 © Karan Vaid / Greenpeace

    The massive opposition to genetically engineered (GE) crops in India has almost entirely stopped the entry of this risky and unwanted technology into our farms and plates. But the proponents of this technology and their cronies are determined to sho... Read more >

  • Today at P&G: orphan orangutans and flying tigers?

    Blogpost by Joao Talocchi - 4 March, 2014 at 19:11 6 comments

    Today started as a regular day. My son woke up at 5am, at 7am I got a coffee, walked to the subway and after a 40-minute commute I arrived at the office.

    But this ain't no regular day.

    This is the day Procter & Gamble (P&G), the maker of products su... Read more >

  • And the Detox Oscar goes to…

    Blogpost by Chiara Campione - 3 March, 2014 at 16:51 2 comments

    Olga Kurylenko & Kellan Lutz at the Oscars. © Matt Petit/A.M.P.A.S Read more >

    Never mind the catwalks of New York, Paris, Milan and London, the red carpet at the Oscar’s is the place to check out the latest high fashion trends. Who is wearing what has become almost as important as who takes home the coveted golden statuettes....

  • Clean palm oil can help save the world's wildlife

    Blogpost by Bustar Maitar - 3 March, 2014 at 13:41 1 comment

    Nearly 400,000 of you have joined us to demand the products you use are forest and tiger-friendly. We don’t believe that the products we use every day should contribute to the destruction of precious habitat for animals. That’s why we are pushing bran... Read more >

  • Tackling illegal logging should not be a yearly event

    Blogpost by Danielle van Oijen - 3 March, 2014 at 12:44

    Anniversaries can vary in significance, both to people individually and to wider audiences. On paper, the first anniversary of the introduction of a piece of timber legislation might not be a birthday that is chalked up in many people’s calendar.

    Activists from Greenpeace France uncover a shipment of illegal timber from the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) in the French port of Caen. They paint the message "Bois Illégal" on the logs and also seize a log as evidence. This timber is sold by Sicobois in DRC and is illegally imported by French group Peltier Bois. Greenpeace is calling on the French Ministry of Agriculture to take appropriate legal action and seize the illegal timber.

    B... Read more >

  • On Monday, February 24, Greenpeace International's Executive Director Kumi Naidoo presented a lecture at the Oxford Martin School in the UK on civil disobedience. History shows us that civil disobedience is often necessary when the relatively weak fac... Read more >

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