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Time for global business to stop profiting from Amazon destruction

Blog entry by Tica Minami | April 14, 2016

Huge hydropower dams in the Amazon rainforest aren't just bad for Indigenous communities, biodiversity and the climate – they're bad for the companies involved. Here's why. The Amazon is the world's largest remaining area of...

Twelve Nobel Prize Winners, a Beatle, and the Pope Can’t All Be Wrong

Blog entry by Nick Young | April 14, 2016

On September 18, 2013, two Greenpeace International activists were arrested during a peaceful protest in the Russian Arctic. A week later, the entire 30-member crew of their ship was in a Russian jail awaiting trial on charges of...

CAT-ivists leading the fight against #BadTuna

Blog entry by Kate Simcock | April 11, 2016

Cats rule the internet. They play the piano, wear bread around their faces, are frightened by cucumbers, and are generally just ridiculously cute.     A few weeks ago, Greenpeace teamed up with some of the biggest names in...

We’ve had enough of eating and breathing Chernobyl

Blog entry by Rashid Alimov | April 11, 2016

I’m in the Bryansk region of Russia. Despite being over 180 kilometres from Chernobyl and thirty years after the disaster, my geiger counter still picks up elevated levels of radiation.   This invisible radiation hazard is a...

From fridge to film - the farmers choosing a sustainable life

Blog entry by Shuk-Wah Chung | April 11, 2016

They catch the fish you eat and harvest the rice you stir-fry. But there’s something that sets these farmers apart. They’ve taken on farming methods that have influenced the way they think about food and changed their way of life. ...

Can a new ocean treaty protect the Arctic?

Blog entry by Sarah North and Magnus Eckeskog | April 11, 2016

Two thirds of our oceans are beyond national borders and belong to all of us. But right now it’s like the wild west out there – the oceans and seabeds are at the mercy of reckless exploitation because existing ocean law focuses far...

15 things you didn't know about Chernobyl

Blog entry by Celine Mergan | April 11, 2016

In the early morning of April 26th, 1986, reactor four of the Chernobyl nuclear station exploded. It caused what the United Nations has called "the greatest environmental catastrophe in the history of humanity." Chernobyl was the...

17,000 hazardous chemicals and counting - open-sourcing Greenpeace’s global chemical...

Blog entry by Pierre Terras | April 4, 2016

Greenpeace is campaigning for a toxic-free future where hazardous chemicals are no longer produced, used and dumped into our environment. This includes chemicals which are persistent, toxic, bioaccumulative, carcinogenic and disruptive...

Sumatran rhino found while forest habitat is lost

Blog entry by Jamie Woolley | April 2, 2016

Last week, researchers announced the  first live encounter with a Sumatran rhino  in Borneo for over 40 years. But the human pressures that have pushed this species to the brink of extinction are still very much in play. A rhino...

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