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Greenpeace today defended the claims of a wide coalition of international environmental groups that the Kyoto Protocol was headed for the rocks unless loopholes were closed.(1)
The New Zealand Government’s announcement today - that they may advocate within a year for a global moratorium on fishing for toothfish - could be too late for toothfish in the Southern Ocean, said Greenpeace.
Advanta, the company at the centre of the current storm over GE crop contamination in Europe, has moved some of their seed production facilities to New Zealand, so as to maintain GE purity, Greenpeace revealed today.
Greenpeace's updated and revamped toxics map is up and running. Hot on the heels of the New Zealand Government signing the Stockholm Convention, an international treaty which aims to eliminate deadly dioxins, Greenpeace has launched its...
New Zealand has the potential to meet its energy needs from wind power, but is so far failing to meet this opportunity, Greenpeace stated today at the New Zealand Wind Energy Association conference in Wellington. At the conference, Greenpeace...
As at least the first fifty countries are expected to sign a Protocol on Biosafety (1) in Nairobi today, including the New Zealand delegation, Greenpeace International is calling for a trade ban on genetically modified organisms (GMOs), at least...
Greenpeace slammed the government today for its "double speak" on climate change issues. The government yesterday announced a timetable for ratification of the Kyoto Protocol and proclaimed that it would take a leadership role in matters of...
Greenpeace welcomes the government’s announcement today of a timetable to ratify the Kyoto Protocol. However Greenpeace is critical of the long delay prior to the proposed date for ratification.
Greenpeace crew, local Maori, and volunteers threw flowers and blessed the site of the Rainbow Warrior wreck as Greenpeace paid tribute this afternoon.
Greenpeace is still waiting on Nestle to make a commitment to remove genetically engineered (GE) ingredients from their products, after Nestle refused to join Greenpeace at an organic breakfast outside Nestle’s Headquarters in Auckland this morning.
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