Direct Action at the Adidas Facility in Indonesia

Photo | December 27, 2014

Greenpeace activists unfurl banners on a football field near a listed facility of supplier for Adidas, one of the official merchandise provider for the 2014 World Cup, in Serang, Indonesia. The banner with the words "What's in there?" points toward a wastewater treatment plant. The activity comes following a Greenpeace Germany report released on Monday that revealed how football merchandise produced by Adidas, Nike and Puma ahead of 2014 FIFA World Cup in Brazil has been found to contain hazardous chemicals.


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Human Trafficking in Thai Fishing Industry

Video | December 16, 2016 at 16:31 2 comments

If we don’t watch out, the seafood on our plate might just be tainted by human rights abuses and illegal and destructive fishing. Greenpeace investigations uncovered vessels that had been engaged in both human trafficking and the Illegal...

Cases of Beriberi on Thai vessels

Video | December 16, 2016 at 15:25

Thai overseas fishing fleets struck by an outbreak of Beriberi in early 2016. In January 2016, Greenpeace Southeast Asia investigated reports of forced labour and deaths onboard two Thai fishing trawlers. A crew of 32 had been...

Turn the Tide

Video | December 15, 2016 at 15:00

In 2015, global media exposed widespread human rights abuses, with links to US pet food brands and supermarkets, in Thailand’s overseas fishing industry. When authorities tried to tackle the problem the fishing companies simply shifted operations...

El Niño in Southeast Asia

Image gallery | May 17, 2016

2014: Year in Pictures

Image gallery | December 27, 2014

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