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Greenpeace today sent a clear message to Carol Mosley-Braun, the American Ambassador to New Zealand and FDA (Food and Drug Administration) officials, that Kiwis do not want to eat genetically engineered food. The message was delivered by...
Novartis, one of the world’s leading producers of genetically engineered seeds, has informed Greenpeace that it will no longer use genetically engineered ingredients (GE) in its food products worldwide. Novartis is the first multinational company...
Greenpeace today condemned Japan’s decision to expand its ‘scientific’ whaling and to kill three protected whale species in the North Pacific, despite opposition from the global community, the International Whaling Commission (IWC) and personal...
Greenpeace confirmed today that the Dominican government was "held ransom" by Japan over its vote on the failed South Pacific Whale Sanctuary proposal at International Whaling Commission (IWC) meeting this week in Adelaide, Australia.
The failure of a proposal from the New Zealand and Australian Governments for a South Pacific Whale Sanctuary was a short-term victory for desperate Japanese politics but did not spell the end for the proposal, Greenpeace said today.
The Japanese Government's latest bid to exclude Greenpeace from the 52nd meeting of the International Whaling Commission (IWC) has been overwhelming quashed at today's IWC meeting in Adelaide. Only Norway, Japan and Carribean nations supported...
Greenpeace will today present the Hon. Sandra Lee, Minister of Conservation a petition containing 104,223 signatures calling for the establishment of a Global Whale Sanctuary.
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.
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