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  • Why Campaign Against JPMorgan Chase?

    June 23, 2017
    Tim Donaghy

    Greenpeace USA is campaigning against JPMorgan Chase for their financing of four tar sands pipelines. We are calling on them to refuse to participate or underwrite any financial agreements or loans which facilitate the construction or expansion of tar sand pipelines.

  • Why Indigenous Environmentalism is More Important than Ever

    December 10, 2018
    Kaitlin Grable

    The fight for Indigenous rights, not only here in the U.S. but around the world, is more important than ever. As we approach a pivotal moment in the need for climate action, the larger environmental movement must ally with Indigenous people.

  • Forced Migration is the New Face of Climate Change

    December 7, 2018
    Jonathan Butler

    As climate change has influenced forced migration around the globe, the Central American refugees could be a strong indicator of what climate migrations will look like in the very near future.

  • My Tears Aren’t Enough to Protect the Rainforest. That’s Why I’m Taking Action

    November 20, 2018
    Waya Maweru

    During the weekend, a group of brave Greenpeace International volunteers boarded a ship loaded with Wilmar’s dirty palm oil – the world’s largest palm oil trader. The activists held up the ship for a total of 36 hours. Meet Waya Maweru, an Indonesian activist that participated in the action and tells why she is personally invested in fighting for Indonesia’s forests.

  • Qué Debemos Saber Sobre los Incendios en California

    November 17, 2018
    Rolf Skar

    Mientras California enfrenta una serie de nuevos incendios devastadores, se habla muy poco sobre los factores que los hacen más grandes, rápidos y peligrosos para la gente y las preciadas áreas naturales del país. Echemos un vistazo a lo que está detrás de los incendios en áreas forestales y silvestres.

  • What Should We Know About Wildfires in California

    November 16, 2018
    Rolf Skar

    As California deals with another series of devastating wildfires, little attention is given to the issues that can make wildfires bigger, faster, and more dangerous to people and our nation’s treasured wildlands. Here's a look at what's behind the occurrence of forest and wildland fires today.