The sun sets behind wind turbines. The Maranchon Wind Farm is the largest in Europe with 104 generators, and is operated by Iberdrola, the largest wind energy company in the world.
Greenpeace activists paint the slogan 'Quit Coal' in English and Spanish onto the side of the Windsor Adventure, a coal cargo ship from Colombia to Spain. The action was in protest against the Spanish government for causing climate change by...
Papua is home to Indonesia's last remaining pristine forest. These areas are now under increasing threat from the encroaching palm oil industry.
Plundering the Pacific How transhipping at sea by Philippine fleets facilitates the launder and plunder of West and Central Pacific tuna Greenpeace International, October 2008
Greenpeace activists deployed 200 floating crosses to symbolise the threat to the already endangered Gulf of a planned new coal fired power plant in the area. The protest around the Antikyra Bay village was launched from the Greenpeace flagship...
Nuclear power presents unacceptable risks to life on this planet: its small contribution to power is far outweighed by its inherent dangers.
Activists from Greenpeace Spain climbed the Osborne Bull, an internationally known symbol of Spanish roads, to "protect" him from increasing CO2 emissions from cars.
Activists board one of the world's largest coal platforms at Botas Oil Terminal, stopping barges from importing coal to the Sugozu (Isken) coal fired power plant.
Greenpeace Quarterly August 2008 Why our foods, cosmetics and biofuels threaten orang-utans, Indonesia's forests and the world's climate
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