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Greenpeace seeks government’s full support for climate-resilient agriculture as El...

Press release | April 16, 2015 at 13:56

Quezon City— In response to mounting concerns about the possible impact of a weak El Niño on Filipino farmers, Greenpeace Philippines is calling on both the national and local governments to adopt and support policies and programs to help...

Greenpeace climbers leave Arctic oil drilling rig

Press release | April 12, 2015 at 11:34

Pacific Ocean—The six climbers who safely intercepted, scaled, and set up camp on an Arctic-bound Shell oil drilling rig in the Pacific have come down today after spending almost a week on the 38,000 tonne platform.

Groups tell PHL government: Be courageous against Canada waste

Press release | April 8, 2015 at 15:54

Manila, Philippines – Environmental and public health groups tell the Philippine government agencies to be more courageous against the dirty tactics of Canada concerning the latter’s illegal waste exports that were intercepted in the Port of...

Six Greenpeace climbers scale Shell’s Arctic-bound oil rig

Press release | April 7, 2015 at 11:15

Pacific Ocean—Six Greenpeace climbers have intercepted an Arctic-bound Shell oil rig in the middle of the Pacific Ocean, 750 miles north-west of Hawaii and have scaled the 38,000 tonne platform.

Turn the tide against Arctic drilling with Google News Alerts

Blog entry by Jenny Tuazon | April 6, 2015

Six Greenpeace volunteers are currently far out in the Pacific on-board the ship Esperanza. Together with the ship’s crew, they are following Shell’s giant oil rig as it heads north to Alaska. Their aim is to draw the world’s...

Shell's profit comes at our expense

Blog entry by Isadora Wronski | April 2, 2015

Climate science has made it clear that Arctic oil needs to stay in the ground if we want to avoid the worst impacts from global climate change. We know it and we also know that Shell knows it too. A ships next to a controlled burn...

Glyphosate's under the spotlight

Blog entry by Patrizia Cuonzo | March 30, 2015 1 comment

Pesticide Action Week 2015 had just started when I had read some interesting news:  "Roundup weedkiller 'probably'* causes cancer, says WHO study" The  International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC)  – an agency affiliated...

Dolores farmers recovering from Typhoon Ruby, brace for onset of El Niño

Press release | March 29, 2015 at 10:33

Quezon City, Philippines – Just over three months after Typhoon Ruby struck the municipality of Dolores in Eastern Samar, many of the region’s farmers are now on the road to recovery and harvesting new crops following a farmer-to-farmer organic...

The strong arm of the Grrrowd

Blog entry by Kumi Naidoo | March 27, 2015

Grrrowd  is a powerful new model for crowdfunding legal cases involving human and environmental rights. It's the Kickstarter of class action suits, the Indiegogo of good cases for good causes. It's the place where  a poor Mexican...

Greenpeace ranking reveals fashion companies’ action on toxic pollution

Press release | March 19, 2015 at 14:15

Beijing/ Manila, 19 March 2015 – Greenpeace East Asia today released its Detox Catwalk, an online platform assessing how effectively major fashion brands are removing toxic chemicals from their supply chains and tackling water pollution [1].

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