Fisheries Industry Transformation Plan full of holes
Greenpeace is scathing in its response to the new Fisheries Industry Transformation plan’s recommendations for bottom trawling, saying it amounts to little more than fanciful thinking, offering false hope that future technology will solve the problem.
Gore District Council and ECAN deny science on nitrate risks – Greenpeace
Greenpeace is calling out Environment Canterbury and the Gore District Council for denying the science of health risks due to nitrate contamination in drinking water, in their recent statements on…
Greenpeace demands for a strong Global Plastics Treaty
The Global Plastics Treaty is a once-in-a-generation opportunity to solve the plastics crisis. For the sake of our collective future, we cannot waste this moment.
Why we need a strong Global Plastics Treaty
Our world is being destroyed by throwaway plastic. Plastic pollution has flooded our planet, harming people’s health, accelerating social injustice, destroying biodiversity and fueling the climate crisis.
Ashburton nitrate contamination puts local communities at risk
Unacceptably high levels of nitrate contamination in drinking water in Ashburton and the surrounding area are putting residents’ health at risk, says Greenpeace Aotearoa.
Testing finds Gore and Lumsden drinking water near nitrate reproductive risk levels
Free nitrate water testing undertaken by Greenpeace Aotearoa in Southland has found high contamination levels in the water supplies of Gore, Lumsden, and surrounding rural areas.
National’s farm policy will make drinking water contamination and climate change worse
Greenpeace condemns the National Party’s new agriculture policy, saying that it will fail to address the climate crisis and health impacts caused by intensive dairying.
A gentle reminder to ‘invest in our planet’
Every April, the world celebrates Earth Day with great enthusiasm. It has become such a huge event that even companies have latched on to promote and flex their sustainability efforts.…
Tschüss, Atomkraft: the end of nuclear power in Germany
After decades of protests, the era of nuclear power in Germany has ended. Roland Hipp, Managing Director of Greenpeace Germany, looks back – and with joy into the future.
Inside the fight against illegal mining in the Amazon
Deforestation and degraded forests. Polluted and poisoned rivers. Invasion of Indigenous Lands. Violence against Indigenous Peoples. Exposure to illness. Lost lives and endangered traditional ways of life.