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  • Using GPS trackers, Greenpeace exposes Amazon timber smuggling

    Amazon SmugglingDeep in the Amazon, Greenpeace went undercover over the last few weeks using covert GPS locators, to monitor logging trucks shuttling between illegal logging camps and saw mills that export to the U.S. and Europe.Read more

  • Endangered species pay the price of palm oil's expansion

    Endangered speciesThere have been a number of reports in recent months shedding light on the serious threat industrial agribusiness plantations can pose to the habitat of large mammals. Be this the gorilla,the chimpanzee, the forest elephant or numerous others. Companies may play down the threat but this cannot be a coincidence. Read more

  • What Greenpeace learned from five years with Kimberly-Clark

    Kimberly ClarkMore than five years after the formal end of the “Kleercut” campaign, Kimberly-Clark and Greenpeace are still hanging out. Why? Well, first of all, Kimberly-Clark has delivered on its commitments. That makes Greenpeace happy, and makes it easy to continue our mutual engagement. Also, it turns out that the end of the hard-hitting campaign marked the beginning of the real work and learning for both sides. Here are five lessons learned from the Greenpeace perspective. Read more


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