What we do: The issues we work on

Greenpeace exists because this fragile Earth deserves a voice. It needs solutions. It needs change. It needs action!


The goal of our work is to decrease the threat of new Chernobyl type accidents and prevent Russia from becoming an international radioactive dump.

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More than 1,5 million of people work in the forest sector of Russia. People are need in forests. That's why it's extremely important that human activity in forests will not resulted in forests destruction. It is necessary to preserve forests and their diversity for future generation.

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There's an extremely widespread (especially among representatives of the industry and state officials) opinion that economic and social progress inevitably lead to destruction and pollution of the environment, and that those who are against harming nature are against progress.

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World Heritage

The UNESCO Convention Concerning the Protection of the World Cultural and Natural Heritage has been designed to protect among others the natural objects with the "significant importance". Greenpeace Russia reveals, works out the grounds and participates in protection of such unique natural complexes.

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Lake Baikal is still more or less intact, but it is under serious threat. Greenpeace claims: ZERO-POLLUTION!

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GE Foods

While scientific progress on molecular biology has a great potential to increase our understanding of nature and provide new medical tools, it should not be used as justification to turn the environment into a giant genetic experiment by commercial interests.

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