The latest news and feature stories from our local and global campaigns.
A group of coal monsters staged a takeover at the Department of Energy in Taguig City, renaming the agency the “Department of Coal Energy,” and asking to see their “leader,” Energy Secretary Jose Rene “COALmendras.”
Carrying the message “Dirty coal: more fun in the Philippines, thanks to DOE and ADB,” dozens of nasty “coal demons” danced in frenzied joy in in front of the Asia Development Bank (ADB) in Metro Manila, during the second day of the bank’s 7th...
Greenpeace’s Water Patrol sealed off a discharge pipe emanating from the Unilever-RFM compound in Pasig City that has been identified in a report, released today, to be discharging various toxic and persistent organic chemicals. Murky discharge...
After 20 months of mobilising, agitating and negotiating to green Facebook, the Internet giant has today announced its goal to run on clean, renewable energy. More than 700,000 people from all over the world joined to make this victory possible!
UN climate talks in Durban have ended the same way they began, in failure. Governments at the UN climate talks have chosen to listen to the polluters over the people and failed to reinforce previous climate saving measures and have steered clear...
On the eve of the latest round of climate talks in Durban, Greenpeace declares that it is time for our governments to listen to the people, and not the polluters.
On Monday our activists made a gruesome discovery aboard the Chinese Taipei vessel Ming Maan Shyang No. 20
The Earth has a new champion. At a small ceremony in Bremerhaven, Germany, we’ve christened the world’s first purpose-built, crowd-bought, eco-sleek sailing vessel, the new Rainbow Warrior.
Clothing giant H&M has responded to a torrent of tweets, Facebook updates, and Detox sticker actions last week with a public commitment to Detox. Hazardous chemicals are out. Transparency and transformational change are in.
There's a skeleton in H&M's closet. The fast-fashion retailer sells clothes made with chemicals which cause hazardous water pollution around the world, and the only way to stop this water pollution is to come clean and stop using such chemicals...
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