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The-Inconvenient-Mind-Part-2_-Recommendations-1

Publication | 2019-05-17 at 1:20

If concern alone would trigger climate action, present awareness and concern levels of climate change by the middle class people around the world , would be sufficient to achieve the political and societal changes necessary. However scientists...

The Inconvenient Mind Part 1_ Scientific Theories

Publication | 2019-05-17 at 1:16

For more than 35 years scientists have been advocating that the psychological impact of both Global Warming and the way it is reported needs to be considered when designing campaigns to change people's perceptions, attitudes and behaviours to...

Cash-strapped cities in China greenlight toxic land for development despite...

Press release | 2019-04-17 at 9:30

Beijing, 23 April 2019 - Chinese cities transfer polluted land sites on quick turnarounds that imperil proper clean-up and treatment, as many municipal governments depend on transfer fees for revenue, and in all made 104.9 billion RMB ($15.6...

With poor oversight, China’s industrial parks no match for illegal wastewater dumping

Press release | 2019-03-21 at 9:00

Beijing, 21 May 2019 - With rampant illegal dumping, 18 out of 20 state-investigated Chinese provinces suffer from a severe lack of oversight in the industrial parks that were set up to tighten up wastewater management, which undercuts nationwide...

Top 5 trends to keep your hopes up on climate

Blog entry by Kelly Huang, Engagement Coordinator @Greenpeace HK | 2019-03-07

If you struggle to keep your chin up on climate change, we don’t blame you. To limit global warming within 1.5°C, climate scientists have urged us to cut carbon emissions in half by 2030. But with world leaders showing no strong will...

Beyond the beach clean-up

Blog entry by Yen Ning, Oceans Campaigner @ Greenpeace East Asia | 2018-12-02

Greenpeace and local NGO Society of Wilderness have been working together to survey the ENTIRE 1,210 km-coastline of Taiwan and estimate how much rubbish is actually on our beaches. It took us just two weeks! Want to know how we did it...

Despite corporate promises dirty palm oil continues…

Feature Story | 2018-11-30 at 19:30

Climate change is no longer a debate — we need to see serious action from brands that made commitments to stop destroying forests for palm oil.

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