Greenpeace welcomes the 3rd Joint Meeting of the Tuna Regional Fisheries Management Organizations (Kobe III). The Kobe process offers an excellent opportunity to respond to common issues in global and regional tuna fisheries management, as well...
The widespread and increasingly intensive use of glyphosate in association with the use of GM (genetically modified) crops poses further risks to the environment and human health.
Greenpeace released a new report compiling the latest science about the critical importance of intact forests and the devastating effect of pushing roads through them or logging them. The report goes further to show how to protect the intact...
A new analysis of the global power plant market launched by Greenpeace International shows that since the 1990s, installations of wind and solar grew faster than any other power plant technology. In addition, renewable energy expanded rapidly, to...
Thirteen two-page factsheets on the need for CAP reform, endorsed by a wide coalition of organisations.
A letter from Greenpeace Executive Director John Sauven to Cairn Energy CEO Bill Gammell asking for the release of Cairn's Arctic oil spill response plan.
The threat to the Forest Code and tens of millions of hectares of Amazon rainforest is real.
English translation of the key passage from the Dutch text of the Amsterdam court's ruling in favour of Cairn Energy in it's application for an injunction against Greenpeace.
Full Dutch text of the Amsterdam court's ruling in favour of Cairn Energy in it's application for an injunction against Greenpeace.
Greenpeace Nordic obtained this independent legal assessment of the extent to which Greenlandic law prevents Cairn Energy publishing its oil Spill Response Plan.
The government of Indonesia has identified the
pulp and palm oil sectors as the main drivers of
deforestation.1 Both of these sectors have been gearing
up for massive expansion, with targets to treble pulp
production over the next 15 years2...
This briefing seeks to explain several main issues surrounding national and sub-national approaches to REDD (Reducing Emissions from Deforestation and forest Degradation). There has been much confusion over ‘national’ versus ‘sub-national’...
Decisions made on reference levels will play a large part in determining whether REDD –Reduced Emissions from Deforestation and forest Degradation - will strengthen or weaken the global effort to avert catastrophic climate change.
“We cannot fall into the trap of looking at forests through only one lens: carbon.”- Rajendra Kumar Pachauri,
Chair of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change
Greenpeace complaint regarding the Bureau of Mineral Petroleum’s refusal of access to a number of documents related to oil exploration in West Greenland, and some procedural errors by the BMP in the treatment of access requests.
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