As negotiators from 190 governments complete the first of two weeks of discussions on climate change, in Bali, people around the world took to the streets for a Global Day of Action, to raise their voices about the need for urgent action to avert...
As part of a Global Day of Action on climate change, the Be The Change campaign hosted a Climate Rescue Carnival, which also involved over 350 of those who visited the carnival getting together to spell out "Climate SOS" at Western Park in...
According to conventional wisdom (oh all right the tabloid press to be more precise) all teenagers ever think about are themselves. So it may come as a surprise that a global survey of almost 50,000 teens released today reveals that they have...
It’s said that a week is a long time in politics. The burning question is whether two weeks is long enough for governments to finally wake up, smell the carbon and confront the biggest problem facing the world. Yes, says Greenpeace. Absolutely.
What does Greenpeace expect out of the Bali meeting?
What will be the big issues on the table?
Who are the main players?
What about the big developing countries?
Don’t they have to do more? So why won’t voluntary agreements work?
As the next international meeting on the Kyoto Protocol approaches (Bali, December 3-14, 2007), this briefing sets out Greenpeace's detailed demands on what Governments need to agree - in order to keep global temperatures below two degrees...
Over the course of 2007, the United Nations Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) has released three reports in its Fourth Assessment series, which together constitute the international scientific consensus on the science of climate,...
Auckland New Zealand
Greenpeace visibly demonstrated that the New Zealand Business Roundtable, Greenhouse Policy Coalition and other business groups have their heads in the sand over climate change. The organisation protested outside the...
The Japanese whaling fleet has delayed its departure to the Southern Ocean for its annual whale hunt to avoid political embarrassment when Japanese Prime Minister Yasuo Fukuda meets with US President George W. Bush.
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