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Negotiations between Greenpeace and AbitibiBowater come to an end

Feature story | September 8, 2008 at 18:00

After more than ten months of discussions, including several months of mediated dialog, Greenpeace's talks with logging giant AbitibiBowater have ended. The company is unwilling to work at protecting intact Boreal Forest and continues to log in...

Carbon Capture and Storage: A Corporate Boondoggle That Shortchanges Environment,...

Media release | May 4, 2008 at 18:00

In the midst of a climate crisis and record energy prices, policymakers must not succumb to the false promise of carbon capture and storage (CCS), which would prolong dependence on dirty and dangerous energy sources and reward the world’s biggest...

Fast Company Calls out Kleenex Greenwash

Blog by lindsey | March 17, 2009 4 comments

Greenpeace and  Kimberly-Clark have announced the successful resolution of the Kleercut campaign as the maker of Kleenex has established a new sustainability policy focused on protecting Endangered Forests. Go to www.greenpeace...

Shell's not afraid to greenwash

Blog by claudette | December 21, 2009

Though shell has been punished twice in recent years for greenwashing in the British media ( here and here ), the company seems to have little concern about greenwashing in American media. Check out the ad it has been running...

Carbon Dioxide is Green, Smoking is Good for You & Soda Strengthens Tooth Enamel

Blog by jamietrowbridge | September 23, 2009 1 comment

Sorry, folks, the Supreme Court must have been wrong about CO2 being an air pollutant .  I stumbled upon the Truth in the form of this half-page ad in Monday’s Washington Post: Not only is there no scientific evidence that CO2...

Astroturf Activism

Blog by michellefrey | August 21, 2009

Watch Greenpeace Research Director Kert Davies on Democracy Now. Kert explains how the leaked memo reveals that the American Petroleum Institute is asking oil companies to recruit employees, retirees, and contractors to take part in...

BP brings 'green era' to a close

Blog by claudette | May 14, 2009

We all remember BP's many attempts to look like a green company - for example changing its name from "British Petroleum" to "Beyond Petroleum", and running numerous greenwash ads like the one to the right. But it looks like BP may...

Duke Energy CEO does doublespeak on CCS

Blog by krooth | May 5, 2009

60 minutes recently ran an interview with Duke Energy CEO, Jim Rogers talking about the future of our climate and coal's role in that debate. Jim Rogers has been one of the key spokespeople for the future of coal - but has also been...

Polluter Harmony: Welcome to Washington

Video | February 10, 2011 at 10:28

As our Chief Harmonologist explains, science has shown that every successful relationship requires give and take - and who better to take than the new 112th Congress? Players go to Polluter Harmony, and you can too.

What The VP Said

Blog by ruthmorrison | February 24, 2010

Last week, Greenpeace launched P*Harmony , the first online match service for Polluter Lobbyists and America’s Congressmen. Huffington Post , EcoPolitology , and The New York Times’ Greenwire all picked it up. So did Big Coal’s...

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