This is the story of how our fishermen, having taken so many fish from the seas closer to home, are now venturing to the ends of the Earth in order to maintain our insatiable appetite for seafood. This is also the story of how a group of...
Sinar Mas group is notorious for its destruction of millions of hectares of Indonesian rainforest, peatland and wildlife habitat. Two divisions within the group lead the destruction: pulp and palm oil. Recently, the group has diversified into coal.
A new investigative report from Greenpeace, 'How Sinar Mas is Pulping the Planet', shows how major brands like Walmart, Auchan and Kentucky Fried Chicken (KFC) are fueling climate change and pushing Sumatran tigers and orang-utans towards the...
Frequently Asked Questions for the Energy [R]evolution: A Sustainable World Energy Outlook Report
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When whaling first boomed in the 17th century, it
must have seemed as though whales would never
disappear. Yet, by the mid 1940s their numbers
had been drastically reduced.
The International Whaling Commission (IWC) has been deadlocked for many years. The resulting entrenched dispute about whale hunting and conservation and the role of the IWC in the 21st century dominates discussions and prevents important steps to...
Nestlé is using palm oil from destroyed Indonesian rainforests and peatlands, in products like Kit Kat, pushing already endangered orang-utans to the brink of extinction and accelerating climate change. This report exposes how Nestlé is sourcing...
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New Zealand's Prime Minister, John Key, will now attend the UN climate talks in Copenhagen, and is relying on New Zealand's emissions trading scheme and a highly conditional 10-20% emissions reduction target to show New Zealand is doing its bit.
Published in the Dominion Post news paper this is just 3,958 of the 180,000 people who've Sign On so far in support of John Key doing the right thing on climate change and committing to a 40% by 2020 emission reduction target at Copenhagen. Join...
The International Executive Director of Greenpeace International wrote personally to Prime Minister John Key, urging him to attend the UN climate talks in Copenhagen.
A factsheet outlining Fonterra's climate crimes including the use and importation of palm Kernel (PKE) animal feed and its impact on Indonesian rainforest, intensification and fertiliser use, burning coal and domestic deforestation, and the risk...
"Why are Greenpeace targeting palm kernel expeller (PKE) when all you have to do is walk into a supermarket and look at the ingredients list on products - surely palm oil is worse?"
Fonterra has introduced supplementary feeds such as
imported palm-based animal feed which is changing
dairying from pastoral to industrial. Palm-based animal
feed imports have increased 2,700 fold since 1999. This is
part of an overall trend...
There is a strong public mandate for the Government to adopt a strong target. To do less than New Zealand’s fair share will damage our international reputation and our clean green image.
Accordingly, Greenpeace recommends that the Government...
The Arctic and the Antarctic are under assault - from the impacts of rapidly accelerating climate change; from increased industrialisation; and from the unchecked consumption of our planet's resources.
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