Greenpeace Reports

You can find Greenpeace reports in the space below. Please use the drop down menu to sort by campaign category. Many of the reports are in .pdf format, and you will need to have Adobe's Acrobat Reader properly installed in order to view these documents.

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The chain of destruction from Canada's ancient temperate rainforest to the Japanese...

Publication | February 28, 2001 at 18:00

Although a few companies in Japan are beginning to reject Interfor products, in the most part, Interfor's destructive forest products are sold without being noticed by Japanese forest consumer companies. In this report, Greenpeace exposes the...

Logs of War

Publication | February 28, 2001 at 18:00

The relationship between the timber sector, arms trafficking, and the destruction of the forests of Liberia. A 2001 report produced by Greenpeace Spain.

Protecting Canada's Great Bear Rainforest: The First Steps

Publication | January 31, 2001 at 18:00

This report celebrates three agreements by the British Columbia government to protect the Great Bear Rainforest.

The Santarem Five and Illegal Logging

Publication | December 31, 2000 at 18:00

This 2001 report investigates five logging companies who are exporting the vast majority of wood from the port of Santarem in Para State in the eastern Amazon. Evidence is presented that the companies are involved in illegal and often...

The Amazon's Major Threat: Illegal Logging

Publication | December 31, 2000 at 18:00

Illegal logging continues to be one of the greatest threats to the Amazon - an incredible natural treasure.

Mahogany - The "Green Gold" of Amazon Destruction

Publication | December 31, 2000 at 18:00

Over the past 30 years, 15 percent of the Brazilian Amazon has been destroyed. Brazilian mahogany, the "Green Gold" makes the destruction of the Amazon possible by opening the doors to destructive logging and development.

Greenpeace Forest Views: Winter 2001

Publication | December 31, 2000 at 18:00

A newsletter for customers and investors of Candadian logging companies.

Pulp Fiction - genetically engineered trees

Publication | November 1, 2000 at 18:00

Planting genetically engineered (GE) trees poses potentially devastating environmental risks.

Spotlight on the Illegal Timber Trade: Cameroon

Publication | May 31, 2000 at 18:00

The remaining large ancient forests of West Africa are under threat. Nigeria, Ghana and Ivory Coast have already lost almost all of their natural forest. Liberia is the only west African country where large areas of ancient forest remain. But...

Illegal logging in Cameroon

Publication | February 29, 2000 at 18:00

Cameroon is the number one tropical timber exporter in Africa. Less than 20 percent of Cameroon's unprotected forests remain free from logging development.

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