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Greenpeace says that if the government adopts the recommendations of the Royal Commission on Genetic Engineering (RCI), the public will bear the economic and environmental brunt of GE release if it goes wrong.
Greenpeace is very disappointed today by the report of the Royal Commission on Genetic Engineering.
Measures to further protect the world’s whales were today undermined when South Pacific nations were denied their right to a South Pacific Whale Sanctuary (SPWS). Opposition from Japan, Norway and the block of countries that vote with Japan in...
Manners mall: Greenpeace activists took to street theatre today with a caricature of George W Bush melting an ice sculpture of planet earth with a blowtorch, to highlight Bush rejecting the Kyoto Protocol.
Four Greenpeace activists last night (NZ time) boarded a tanker chartered by US oil company ExxonMobil (known as Esso in parts of Europe) in the Italian port of Vado Ligure.
Greenpeace congratulates New Zealand’s firm no nuclear stance as governments flesh out the rules of the Kyoto Protocol.
Reports from Bonn say that Japan may be weakening its commitment to the Kyoto Protocol, by stating that there will be no progress at the climate meeting which started in Bonn last night (NZ time).
Auckland/Vandenberg Airforce Base, Lompoc, California: Just 48 hours before George Bush's Star Wars missile test, the full might of the US military has been brought to bear on a single Greenpeace activist, camped out on a tiny Pacific island...
Greenpeace is undertaking a rolling protest at South Auckland Mobil service stations as part of the international day of action.
Greenpeace today called for field trials to be included in any moratorium, while supporting the cautious approach outlined by the Prime Minister regarding NZ’s policy on genetic engineering.
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