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HAMILTON: Greenpeace activists place a 3D banner at the Environmental Risk Management Authority (ERMA) hearing. The banner reading 'Next Step: GE Milk?' spelled out with 300 bottles bearing 'GE Milk?' labels.
On 18 MAY 2010 Greenpeace activists blocked the fuel depot of Fonterra's Clandeboye factory in Canterbury. The action draws attention to how the company is damaging the climate by choosing to burn coal when cleaner alternatives exist another...
In 2009 Greenpeace exposed Fonterra's impact on climate change through a series of high profile activities revealing the dairy giant's climate crimes in New Zealand and overseas.
Following recent action on Fonterra palm kernel imports , Greenpeace activists have once again highlighted a Fonterra climate crime - this time its use of dirty lignite coal in Southland.
A short video outlining the connection between Fonterra, industrial dairying and climate change.
How Fonterra contributes to New Zealand's greenhouse gas emissions and threatens New Zealand's clean green brand.
A human chain of protesters pile sacks labelled Fonterra palm kernel and Fonterra coal outside Fonterra's corporate headquarters, 24 November 2009, in protest of greenhouse gas emissions caused by the dairy giant's intensive farming practices.
A Greenpeace investigation has revealed that the iconic New Zealand dairy giant Fonterra is implicated in Indonesian and Malaysian rainforest destruction, dead orangutans and driving global greenhouse gas emissions.
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