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Trading Away Our Oceans

Feature story | 22 January, 2007 at 1:00

Last Friday, we released our report Trading Away Our Oceans. At 74 pages, the report turned out to be weighty. But its message is simple: trade liberalization is bad for fish and for communities dependent on fish.

Why is the WTO a Problem?

Publication | 1 September, 2003 at 2:00

The WTO – since it came into being in 1995 – has made the promotion of free trade for the gain of private interests the ultimate goal, over and above all other social, public and environmental objectives. The system is fatally flawed: a...

Greenpeace Position Paper for the 5th Ministerial Conference of the WTO

Publication | 1 September, 2003 at 2:00

Greenpeace positions on issues coming to the table at the Cancun meeting of the WTO, including Multilateral Environmental Agreements, WTO and Agriculture, GATS, TRIPS, and the CBD.Plus Greenpeace's recommendations for an alternative sustainable...

The US Assault on Biosaftey - The WTO dispute on GMOs

Publication | 15 February, 2005 at 1:00

Briefing on the US govt complaint to the WTO regarding EU de facto moratorium on GMOs

Greenpeace dismisses WTO ruling and predicts Europe will stay closed to GMOs

Press release | 7 February, 2006 at 22:16

Greenpeace tonight dismissed as irrelevant a WTO ruling that reportedly backs the US, Canada and Argentina in their efforts to force Europe to accept genetically modified organisms (GMOs); according to first press reports, the WTO decided that EU...

U.S. shipment of GE maize blocked in U.K. waters

Press release | 21 June, 2004 at 2:00

A huge cargo of GE maize from the United States has been stopped from entering the port of Bristol in the UK today by Greenpeace. The MV Etoile is carrying GE maize destined for dairy farms that supply milk to Britain's biggest supermarkets.

Trading Away Our Oceans

Publication | 19 January, 2007 at 14:53

Instead of pursuing further liberalization, states should ensure existing international law is implemented fully and establish new rules to ensure sustainable and equitable management of the high seas. Furthermore, developing countries must be...

Trading Away Our Oceans

Publication | 18 January, 2007 at 11:43

Instead of pursuing further liberalization, states should ensure existing international law is implemented fully and establish new rules to ensure sustainable and equitable management of the high seas. Furthermore, developing countries must be...

Face-saving declaration by the WTO fails to address the real impacts of free trade

Press release | 18 December, 2005 at 16:28

In an outright rejection of the Ministerial Declaration issued at the culmination of the World Trade Organization's (WTO) Sixth Ministerial, Greenpeace has termed the meeting a failure for environment and development. While the declaration allows...

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