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Airship over Portland Generating Station

Image | 15 August, 2011 at 14:43

The Greenpeace airship A.E. Bates flies over the Portland Generating Station in Portland. The airship bears a message reading “If You Can Read This, You Are Breathing Coal Pollution.” The Portland Generating Station is the fifth highest emitter...

Amazon Deforestation in Brazil

Image | 17 February, 2012 at 15:48

Logged area in the Amazon rainforest to clear land for soya plantations. The lone Brazilian nut tree belongs to the Castanheira species which is protected in Brazil since 1994. Greenpeace document a number of geographical locations in the...

Underwater Banner Great Barrier Reef

Image | 1 March, 2012 at 10:41

Activists and renowned coral scientist Dr John 'Charlie' Veron dive for an underwater protest in the Great Barrier Reef and place a banner reading "Coal is killing the reef". 07/22/2008

Gazprom Arctic Drilling Action in Moscow

Image | 7 September, 2012 at 17:51

Greenpeace activists dressed as polar bears in a police car after they blocked the Russian energy giant Gazprom’s headquarters in Moscow. Greenpeace demands that the company abandons its reckless offshore oil drilling plans in the Arctic.

Greenpeace reveals hazardous chemicals in remote mountain areas on three continents

Press release | 8 September, 2015 at 8:42

Zurich, 8 August 2015 – Persistent and hazardous chemicals used in the production of outdoor gear have left their mark in even the most remote and seemingly untouched places on Earth, a Greenpeace Germany report released today has found.

Time to test your favourite outdoor gear!

Blog entry by Mirjam Kopp | 6 October, 2015

Most outdoor brands are still addicted to dangerous chemicals called PFCs as our quest just showed.  But how bad is this addiction? Most of the companies you asked didn't give a clear answer about which of their products contain PFCs.

Patagonia: Extreme climbing without PFCs

Blog entry by David Bacci | 15 January, 2016 1 comment

When I proposed to Greenpeace to attempt one of the most difficult climbing routes in Patagonia – a land famed for its bad weather – using PFC-free clothing, I had my doubts. Would these products work just as well as clothing with...

Leaving Traces

Publication | 25 January, 2016 at 10:00

In this latest investigation Greenpeace tested a range of outdoor gear for hazardous per- and polyfluorinated chemicals (PFCs). The study reveals that not only outdoor clothing and footwear but also camping and hiking equipment such as backpacks...

Hazardous chemicals found in many outdoor clothing brands

Press release | 25 January, 2016 at 10:00

Munich, 25 January 2016 - Hazardous and persistent chemicals, dangerous to human health and the environment, have been found in the products of leading outdoor brands. Brands like The North Face, Patagonia, Mammut, Columbia and Haglofs keep using...

Great news for outdoor lovers: high performance without PFCs is possible

Blog entry by Chiara Campione | 28 January, 2016 4 comments

"Going PFC-free in one of the world's most extreme and challenging natural environments is possible. I can do it". This was the idea David Bacci – an Italian professional climber – submitted to us when we asked the outdoor community...

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