Greenpeace

Greenpeace

Greenpeace is a non-governmental environmental organization founded in 1971 by Irving Stowe.

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Agence France-Presse
October 5, 2020
the Guardian
Avacha Bay, Kamchatka. Pollution appeared to be spread over a wide area. Photograph: Tass
Mark Brown Arts correspondent
October 5, 2020
the Guardian
Klang, a sculpture in the form of a boulder by Fiona Banner, outside the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs in London on Monday. Photograph: Yui Mok/PA
BBC News
September 16, 2020
BBC News
Although marketed as a green option, the cars cause more polluting than is claimed, campaigners say.
Jennifer Rankin in Brussels
September 14, 2020
the Guardian
Leaked proposal includes carbon sinks provided by trees, soils and oceans in target
Justin Rowlatt
September 10, 2020
BBC News
More than 32,000 tonnes of the chemicals were approved for export by the UK in 2018, says Greenpeace.
BBC News
August 31, 2020
BBC News
The fee for single-use bags will rise to 10p and be extended to all shops from April 2021.
August 26, 2020
WebWire
Today Greenpeace activists from Germany have launched a protest in the North Sea to call out Shell's plans to abandon an estimated 11,000 tonnes of oil in the sea.[1] The Greenpeace ship Esperanza approached the 500m exclusion zone of Shell's platforms in the Brent oil field, off the Shetland Islands, with protestors on board waving banners calling on Shell to clean up its mess. Today's protest also highlights how Shell is failing to take responsibility for its harmful impact on the enviro...
Dave Ford
August 17, 2020
Scientific American
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Dom Phillips in Rio de Janeiro
July 17, 2020
the Guardian
Aerial footage shows fires raging in Brazil's Amazon rainforest - video
Tom Espiner
July 14, 2020
BBC News
The supermarket giant is joining forces with Loop in a refillable container scheme.
Severin Carrell Scotland editor
July 3, 2020
the Guardian
Judge fines Greenpeace £80,000 over North Sea oil rig occupation | Greenpeace | The Guardian
By Ryan Morrison For Mailonline
June 10, 2020
Mail Online
The controversial factory ships can be more than 328 feet long and 'vacuum' up huge quantities of fish every day as they move through the water.
Jonathan Watts
April 30, 2020
the Guardian
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BBC News
April 10, 2020
BBC News
Air industry bodies want the government to extend support schemes to stave off job losses.
AFP | PTI
March 9, 2020
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Japan hopes the Tokyo Olympics will showcase recovery in areas devastated by the tsunami that left over 18,500 people dead and missing, and unleashed the worst nuclear accident since Chernobyl
BBC News
March 2, 2020
BBC News
The group stops the bank from opening branches in a nationwide protest against the funding of fossil fuels.
Severin Carrell Scotland editor
February 24, 2020
the Guardian
Protesters on a Greenpeace boat alongside the Paul B Loyd rig in June last year. Photograph: Jiri Rezac/Greenpeace
Erin McCormick in Berkeley, California
February 18, 2020
the Guardian
Fewer than 15% of recycling facilities surveyed could process plastic clamshells, like these. Photograph: Prakaymas vitchitchalao/Alamy
Reuters Editorial
February 13, 2020
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Greenpeace activist, Pawel Szypulski, said on Thursday he was applying for the chief executive job at Poland's biggest utility PGE, with a plan to eliminate polluting coal from the group's power production by 2030.
By Ian Randall For Mailonline
February 11, 2020
Mail Online
Every chinstrap penguin colony on Elephant Island in the Antarctic had seen breeding pairs numbers drop since the last survey in 1971, with some having declined by up to 77 per cent.
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