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17

Nov

Are there toxic chemicals in the clothes you’re wearing right now?Greenpeace’s Detox campaign works to get chemicals out of our clothes — and our environment.

Are there toxic chemicals in the clothes you’re wearing right now?
Greenpeace’s Detox campaign works to get chemicals out of our clothes — and our environment.

29

Nov

Photo of the day: Overfishing activists protest in elaborate bluefin tuna costumesGreenpeace activists wearing bluefin tuna costumes participate in a protest against overfishing on Nov. 29 in front of South Korea’s embassy in Manila, Philippines. One week before a major global summit on Pacific tuna fisheries, the activists are seeking conservation commitments from fishing powers to reduce the overfishing of the endangered bluefin tuna in the Pacific.

Photo of the day: Overfishing activists protest in elaborate bluefin tuna costumes
Greenpeace activists wearing bluefin tuna costumes participate in a protest against overfishing on Nov. 29 in front of South Korea’s embassy in Manila, Philippines. One week before a major global summit on Pacific tuna fisheries, the activists are seeking conservation commitments from fishing powers to reduce the overfishing of the endangered bluefin tuna in the Pacific.

05

Jun

Greenpeace maps way to saving Arctic from oil drillingThe Greenpeace report highlights electric public transit, more fuel efficient cars and an investment of $1.2 trillion in new green power plants.

Greenpeace maps way to saving Arctic from oil drilling
The Greenpeace report highlights electric public transit, more fuel efficient cars and an investment of $1.2 trillion in new green power plants.

16

Apr

Photo of the day: A giant Pacific octopus rests its eyes among anenomes and sponges nestled along Pribilof Canyon, located 1,132 feet below the surface of the Bering Sea, during a Greenpeace-sponsored expedition.

Photo of the day: A giant Pacific octopus rests its eyes among anenomes and sponges nestled along Pribilof Canyon, located 1,132 feet below the surface of the Bering Sea, during a Greenpeace-sponsored expedition.

15

Dec

'Like' this: Facebook and Greenpeace to collaborate on clean energyThe agreement comes nearly two years into Greenpeace’s campaign criticizing Facebook’s coal-powered data centers.

'Like' this: Facebook and Greenpeace to collaborate on clean energy
The agreement comes nearly two years into Greenpeace’s campaign criticizing Facebook’s coal-powered data centers.

21

Oct

Greenpeace’s Rainbow Warrior III makes maiden voyageThe ship was constructed at the German shipyard Fassmer, with 3 million donors contributing to the initially estimated $32 million cost.

Greenpeace’s Rainbow Warrior III makes maiden voyage
The ship was constructed at the German shipyard Fassmer, with 3 million donors contributing to the initially estimated $32 million cost.

20

Sep

In 1971, a ragtag gang of committed activists unleashed the first ‘mind bomb,’ and it set the environmental agenda for decades to come. Today, with campaigns by Al Gore and Bill McKibben preaching to the converted, it’s time for another wave of strategic innovation in green activism.
Read more.

In 1971, a ragtag gang of committed activists unleashed the first ‘mind bomb,’ and it set the environmental agenda for decades to come. Today, with campaigns by Al Gore and Bill McKibben preaching to the converted, it’s time for another wave of strategic innovation in green activism.

Read more.

24

Aug

Greenpeace finds toxic chemicals in branded clothingClothing from Adidas, Calvin Klein, H&M, Abercrombie & Fitch, Lacoste, Converse and Ralph Lauren were tainted with nonylphenol ethoxylates.

Greenpeace finds toxic chemicals in branded clothing
Clothing from Adidas, Calvin Klein, H&M, Abercrombie & Fitch, Lacoste, Converse and Ralph Lauren were tainted with nonylphenol ethoxylates.

14

Jul

Nike, Adidas, other clothing suppliers ‘polluting’ China riversMany big clothing brands rely on suppliers that pollute rivers with toxic chemicals banned in Europe and elsewhere, Greenpeace said.

Nike, Adidas, other clothing suppliers ‘polluting’ China rivers
Many big clothing brands rely on suppliers that pollute rivers with toxic chemicals banned in Europe and elsewhere, Greenpeace said.

14

Jun

Mattel vows change after Greenpeace ‘Barbie’ campaignToy giant freezes purchases from supplier accused of deforestation.

Mattel vows change after Greenpeace ‘Barbie’ campaign
Toy giant freezes purchases from supplier accused of deforestation.