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Tinned Tuna & Fish Aggregation Devices

Publication | 17 November, 2010 at 16:06

Greenpeace report on genetic testing of tinned tuna from around the world, showing how tuna is being mixed following the unsustainable use of fish aggregation devices.

Greenpeace Policy Statement on ICCAT 17

Publication | 14 November, 2010 at 11:50

In advance of the 17th annual ICCAT meeting, Greenpeace released its policy briefings to contracting parties, detailing the recommendations for outcomes of the tuna summit. The Eastern stock of Atlantic bluefin tuna is heavily over-exploited,...

'Golden' rice's lack of lustre

Publication | 9 November, 2010 at 2:00

'Golden' rice has been in development for almost 20 years and has still not made any impact on the prevalence of VAD (vitamin A deficiency). Not only has it failed to have any impact on VAD while using money and resources that could have been...

G20 Summit Seoul 2010

Publication | 8 November, 2010 at 11:00

G20 leaders are meeting against the backdrop of one of the hottest years on record – a year marred by fires, floods and storms. The G20 leaders must honour promises they made a year earlier to take action on climate change, cut fossil fuel...

Oceans Advocates

Publication | 28 October, 2010 at 0:01

Consumer pressure is driving retailers to adopt responsible seafood sourcing practices, which in recent years has brought encouraging changes in the seafood industry. Sustainable seafood is no longer merely an option, but a major step forward for...

Solar Generation 2010

Publication | 27 October, 2010 at 13:30

Solar photovoltaic could account for 5% of global power demand by 2020, and up to 9% by 2030, according to this global solar photovoltaic outlook by the European Photovoltaic Industry Association (EPIA) and Greenpeace International.

Media briefing: BNP Paribas and dangers of financing nuclear power

Publication | 21 October, 2010 at 10:22

Nuclear energy is not only the most controversial and dangerous form of energy generation, it is also one of the most expensive. To raise the many billions of euros needed to build even a single nuclear reactor, utility companies rely heavily on...

Thai Rice Industry at Risk

Publication | 12 October, 2010 at 9:46

Thailand is the largest exporter of rice in the world, and the Thai rice industry is therefore heavily dependent on the perceptions of its export customers. An unintended release of GE rice would disrupt Thailand’s rice grain merchandising...

Convention on Biological Diversity

Publication | 5 October, 2010 at 15:02

Greenpeace is calling on governments to seize the occasion of the Convention on Biological Diversity COP 10 in Nagoya to make agreements that ensure real action is taken to protect Life on Earth.

Emergency Oceans Rescue Plan

Publication | 4 October, 2010 at 10:51

Our oceans are in crisis. Hardly a week goes by without another major study linking the loss of marine biodiversity with human activity. Scientists repeatedly warn that many ocean ecosystems are fast approaching tipping points whereby they...

From Tianjin to Cancun:briefing

Publication | 3 October, 2010 at 23:13

In the wake of the Copenhagen failure of last yearʼs climate talks, the worldʼs governments now need to regroup and decide on the future they want for a climate agreement.

How Africa is feeding Europe

Publication | 30 September, 2010 at 12:26

Many of Europe's fishing fleets have the capacity to fish two to three times more than the sustainable level. This overcapacity has led to the current dire state of European fisheries. In European waters, the level of overfishing is higher than...

RSPO letters

Publication | 23 September, 2010 at 6:00

Late last night, the Roundtable on Sustainable Palm Oil (RSPO) published three letters to Indonesian palm oil giant, Sinar Mas, on its website, which state that the company has repeatedly violated the RSPO’s core Principles and Criteria. In the...

Tokyo Two - statement of concern

Publication | 5 September, 2010 at 16:28

This is a joint statement of concern by International Non-Governmental Organisations, urging the Japanese government, as well as governments around the world to ensure that Greenpeace activists Junichi Sato and Toru Suzuki are not unjustly and...

Briefing:Risks and impacts of oil exploration in the Arctic

Publication | 26 August, 2010 at 17:16

Oil companies are expanding their search for oil to new frontiers previously considered too inaccessible, expensive or risky to exploit. This relentless expansion has now reached the Arctic, where large areas of the ocean are opening up each...

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