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Plans to expand a coal-fired power plant on Bali’s north coast

Press release | April 16, 2018 at 18:50

Bali, Indonesia 16 April 2018. Local people in Buleleng District, Bali, are contesting plans to expand the Celukan Bawang coal-fired power plant on the island’s north coast.

polluting paradise

Publication | April 16, 2018 at 13:08

How the Celukan Bawang coal-fired power plant is destroying the health and well-being of people in northern Bali.

Regional Actions Campaigner

Job | April 13, 2018 at 9:47

As Regional Actions Campaigner you are a member of the Greenpeace Southeast Asia Public Engagement, Actions and Investigations (PEAI) Unit. The unit is primarily responsible for developing the capacity for and quality of Non-Violent Direct...

Nestlé misses the mark with statement on tackling its single-use plastics problem

Press release | April 10, 2018 at 19:24

Washington, DC - Nestlé, the world’s largest food and beverage company, released a statement [1] today aimed at addressing the growing plastic pollution crisis. The company’s statement does not include clear targets to reduce and eventually phase...

“Chief, there is fire at sea!”

Blog entry by Hikmat Soeriatanuwijaya | April 10, 2018

It was around 0330 in the morning when the Margasari Village Chief, Ride, woke up. He usually awoke early for morning prayers anyway. But that day, Saturday 31 March 2018, he woke up because some of the villagers came to report an...

Documents detail what Shell knew about climate change decades ago: Greenpeace reaction

Press release | April 5, 2018 at 20:01

Amsterdam, Netherlands, 22 March 2018 — In response to the release of internal Shell​ ​documents today by Jelmer Mommers a climate and energy journalist for the Dutch news​ ​organisation De Correspondent, and published on Climate Files, Kees...

Global brands divided over transparency efforts to tackle deforestation for palm oil

Press release | March 19, 2018 at 8:00

Jakarta, 19 March 2018 - Eight major household brands such as PZ Cussons, Johnson & Johnson and Kraft Heinz are refusing to say where their palm oil comes from, despite promising to stop buying from companies that destroy rainforests. Eight...

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