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Justice denied: the Thai activist who risked all to save his environment

Blog entry | 22 October, 2015 1 comment

The recent Thai Supreme Court acquittal of three men who masterminded the murder of environmental activist Charoen Wat-aksorn, shows a skewed justice system that puts capitalism in front of community. But this is not the only case of...

Are there human rights abuses in your seafood?

Blog entry by Anchalee Pipattanawattanakul | 16 December, 2016

Migrant workers from Cambodia and Myanmar are being used as forced labour in the Thai fishing industry. Using tricks of deception, non-binding verbal agreements and induced debt, these workers catch fish both for human consumption and...

Thai fishing fleet moving to Indian ocean to avoid regulation, finds Greenpeace...

Press release | 15 December, 2016 at 10:06

Bangkok, 15 December 2016 - A 12-month investigation by Greenpeace Southeast Asia has found that Thailand’s overseas fishing fleets are intentionally shifting to remote waters in order to avoid fishing regulations. The investigation started seven...

Greenpeace investigation reveals new incidents of forced labour on Thai-operated vessels

Press release | 4 November, 2015 at 5:00

Bangkok, 4 November 2015 - Thai Union Group has not done enough to alleviate concerns over human rights abuses in the company’s tuna supply chain despite recent media scrutiny of its business operations, according to a Greenpeace Southeast Asia...

Activists halt Australian coal export to Thailand

Feature story | 7 September, 2006 at 2:00

Facing down stick-wielding personnel, water-canon-spraying marine police,and gun-wielding navy seals, five Greenpeace activists in Thailand have delayed a shipment of Australian coal from being unloaded at a controversial coal plant in Maptaphut,...

Day 3 of climate protest in Asia

Feature story | 9 December, 2005 at 1:00

From meeting rooms in Montreal to coal-fired power plants in Germany and Thailand to ports hosting shiploads of illegal nuclear waste, Greenpeace has been in action against global warming around the world in the last two weeks.

What’s in your Whiskas?

Blog entry by Kate Simcock | 11 March, 2016

Is your cat eating bad tuna? It’s #NotJustTuna as we know it – as sandwich filling or sushi - it’s also what our pets are eating. Haunted by stories of human rights abuse, worker exploitation and destructive fishing, tuna...

Thai Union seafood allegedly connected to forced and child labour - Greenpeace statement

Press release | 14 December, 2015 at 7:55

Washington, DC, 14 December 2015 - An Associated Press investigation released today found that Thai Union, owner of Chicken of the Sea in the U.S., has again been connected to forced labour and horrific working conditions in Thailand. The...

Rice up against genetic engineering and climate change

Feature story | 2 September, 2009 at 2:00

Today we're celebrating Southeast Asia's rich heritage of rice cultivation with a giant organic work of art -- and reminding governments to protect our most important food crop from the threats of genetic engineering and climate change.

"Hands off our rice!"

Feature story | 18 March, 2009 at 1:00

The iconic Philippine rice terraces in Ifugao, a UNESCO World Heritage site, have been declared a 'GMO - Free Zone'. And the first 'rice art' was planted in Thailand as a symbol of solidarity against genetically modified rice.

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