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Coalfinger

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1st November, 2008

Join in with Greenpeace's latest campaign: Coalfinger more...
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Black Sea

News

13th November, 2007

Russia was facing up to a ten-year clean-up operation after a major oil spill in the Black Sea region. more...
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Greenpeace shut down coal-powered monster in Kent

News

9th October, 2007

Greenpeace campaigners yesterday shut down Kingsnorth coal power station in Kent to send a message that expansion plans for coal power in the UK are outdated and dangerous. more...
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'Stitch-up' nuclear consultation exposed in new video

News

4th October, 2007

Greenpeace has released a video detailing the Government's continued mishandling of the nuclear consultation process. more...
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New nuclear consultation a 'sham'

News

7th September, 2007

The Government’s second attempt at a fair and legal public consultation on nuclear power has been declared a ‘sham’ by leading environmental groups. more...
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Exxon may stop funding climate deniers

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15th June, 2007

ExxonMobil, the notorious US oil giant at the top of environmentalists' 'most wanted' list, has said it may stop funding controversial think-tanks which produce research claiming that climate change is not happening. more...
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Greenpeace: nuclear power sums don't add up

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3rd May, 2007

Greenpeace has published an independent report demonstrating that support for nuclear power as a way of tackling climate change would be an economic disaster. more...
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Cargill's Amazon soy plant forced to close

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26th March, 2007

Cargill, the international agribusiness giant, has been forced to closed a soy-bean export terminal in the Amazon. more...
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UK government's support for nuclear power is illegal

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15th February, 2007

Greenpeace have won a landmark high court battle against government support for nuclear power. more...
In the News

Greenpeace Dumps Four Tonnes of Coal at Defra Offices

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2nd February, 2007

Two trucks, sent by Greenpeace and daubed with "BLAIR DUMPS CLIMATE" tipped four tonnes of coal on the doorstep of the Department for the Environment, Food and Rural Affairs this morning, to expose this government's failure to act on climate change. more...
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A stake through the heart of the world

Peter Bunyard

1st July, 2005

Scientists mapping the effects of deforestation in the Amazon are increasingly concerned that we are reaching a tipping point – when the forest will start to die back of its own accord and rain, currently generated by the Amazon forests, will stop falling, not just in neighbouring countries but as far afield as the United States and South Africa.


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Amazon Crime

Greg Nasmyth

1st May, 2004

Deep in the Amazon rainforest, renegade logging firms are stealing the land of impoverished communities and stripping it of the trees on which the whole world depends. Greg Nasmyth boards a 700-tonne icebreaker to join a group of Greenpeace activists in their bid to stop them. more...

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