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People power wins! Super trawler banned

440 days ago From Greenpeace Australia Pacific News   View Archived Article

ULTIMO, AUSTRALIA - MEXICO CITY =97 The surge of new full-time missionaries entering its existing Missionary Training Centers has prompted The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints to announce it will close a high school it operates in Mexico City and convert it i ...

People! Zara commits to go toxic-free

440 days ago From Greenpeace International News   View Archived Article

AMSTERDAM, NETHERLANDS - "Partnering with Habitat for Humanity seemed like a natural fit for our organization because of our similar missions and dedication to those in low-resource areas," Mike Cotton , Illinois President/COO of Meridian said. "This partnersh ...

Greenpeace tuna campaign nets victory in Italy

440 days ago From Greenpeace The Witness   View Archived Article

WASHINGTON, DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA - The search for a firefighter who went underwater in a river and never resurfaced is back under way Thursday morning. Crews are looking for Jacob Lewis, 28, of Walker.More >>. The search for a firefighter who went underwater in a river Wednesday ...

Greenpeace delight at cancelled coal funding

440 days ago From Greenpeace Australia Pacific News   View Archived Article

ULTIMO, AUSTRALIA - Monroe County Habitat for Humanity began its search for a new partner family for its Tomah home this month. The nonprofit group plans to build a home near Lemonweir Elementary School in Tomah later this year, but it needs to choose the family that wi ...

Full marks for Marks & Spencer

440 days ago From Greenpeace International News   View Archived Article

AMSTERDAM, NETHERLANDS - Animal rights activists are calling on Prime Minister Kamla Persad-Bissessar to immediately update legislation relating to treatment of animals after a number of poisoned animals were found in various areas around Trinidad. President of Animals Alive ...

Australia tuna giant John West cans destructive fishing

440 days ago From Fish Update   View Archived Article

EDINBURGH, U K - WHERE: The free CatSNIP (Spay/Neuter Incentive Program) surgeries will be offered at the following Humane Society of Missouri Animal Medical Center of Mid America locations. Call the center to make a surgery appointment. St. Louis City Center, 1201 . ...

South Korea abandons ‘scientific’ whaling plans

441 days ago From Scoop   View Archived Article

AUCKLAND, NEW ZEALAND - If you are not a member of the YMCA, think about joining. For more information, call 724-547-YMCA (9622). The Amish Pantry Deli, West Overton Village, will hold an open house from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. Saturday. For more information, call 724-220-5770. ...

Greenpeace finds flaws in GM corn biosafety data

441 days ago From indiablooms   View Archived Article

NEW DELHI, INDIA - New Delhi, Jan 30 (IBNS): An independent scientific analysis released by environmental organization Greenpeace India exposed major flaws in the Genetically Modified (GM) corn biosafety assessment process by the regulatory bodies in India. ...

Indonesia Digging Up Too Much Coal: Greenpeace

442 days ago From Jakarta Globe   View Archived Article

JAKARTA, INDONESIA - An Indonesian worker passes a coal stock pile at the Tambang Batubara Bukit Asam coal mine in South Sumatra. A Greenpeace report says Indonesia's plans to boost coal production from Kalimantan is not worth the environmental and social cost. ...

Greenpeace concerned over mining near forest

444 days ago From CoalGuru.com   View Archived Article

NEW DELHI, INDIA - Indiablooms reported that global environmental pressure group Greenpeace expressed concern over parameters of coal mining set by India's Ministry of Environment and Forests close to the inviolate forest areas, stressing that the forest and the sp ...

Oilsands 5th on Greenpeace list of global climate battlegrounds

448 days ago From TheTyee.ca   View Archived Article

TORONTO, CANADA - ... of climate change,=94 a new report from Greenpeace International concludes. ... Brazil, Gulf of Mexico and Caspian Sea; unconventional energy production ...

Greenpeace warns Australian coal will impact climate

450 days ago From Yahoo!7 News   View Archived Article

SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA - The Greenpeace-commissioned study identifies the expansion of Australian coal exports as one of 14 proposed coal, oil and gas projects around the world that will raise greenhouse gas emissions by 20 per cent by 2020. The study predicts Australia will ...

Greenpeace back to raising alarm over Boreal forest

450 days ago From Pulp & Paper Canada   View Archived Article

TORONTO, CANADA - Greenpeace has returned to its adversarial tactics with regard to the Canadian forest products industry. The environmental organization expressed its disappointment with the cooperative, industry-environmentalist working arrangement of the Boreal ...

Greenpeace calls for stop to some logging, but industry pushes back

455 days ago From Montreal Gazette   View Archived Article

MONTREAL, CANADA - MONTREAL =97 Greenpeace is calling for a stop to logging in five parts of Canada's boreal forest, including two vast sections in Quebec, to protect biodiversity and the woodland caribou habitat. The environmental group says action must be taken t ...

Greenpeace asks DENR to step up measures vs water pollution

455 days ago From Inquirer.net   View Archived Article

MANILA, PHILIPPINES - In a statement, Greenpeace Southeast Asia toxics campaigner Abi Aguilar said, =93Designating Water Management Quality Areas (WQMA) to some of the country's rivers and waterways is a good move. But we need to see bigger steps in pollution preventi ...

Greenpeace ship visits Rainbow Warrior's watery grave

462 days ago From New Zealand Herald   View Archived Article

AUCKLAND, NEW ZEALAND - The new Greenpeace flagship Rainbow Warrior made its first public appearance in New Zealand today when its crew visited Northland's Matauri Bay, described as "the spiritual home" of the environmental organisation's ships. They paid ...

Greenpeace slams DOE chief's plan to revive nuclear power program

474 days ago From Inquirer.net   View Archived Article

MANILA, PHILIPPINES - Energy Secretary Carlos Jericho Petilla. MANILA, Philippines =97 The environmentalist organization Greenpeace has asked Energy Secretary Carlos Jericho Petilla to abandon his department's plans to revive the use of nuclear energy in the Philippin ...

Greenpeace: "Fracking dream is dangerous fantasy"

489 days ago From ITV News   View Archived Article

EDINBURGH, U K - The Government has given the green light for "fracking" for shale gas to resume in Lancashire. Greenpeace energy campaigner Leila Deen said: "George Osborne's dream of building Dallas in Lancashire is dangerous fantasy. He is not J ...

Greenpeace: Half the World's Oil Spills Happen in Russia

491 days ago From Energy Tribune   View Archived Article

MOSCOW, RUSSIA - More than 20,000 oil spills, or half the world's annual total, take place in Russia, a senior official of the country's branch of Greenpeace said. Nigeria is the runner-up with 3,000 to 4,000 spills a year, but there vandalism is to blame, wh ...

Greenpeace calls for action over Waitrose's 'toxic partnership' with Shell

492 days ago From Blue & Green Tomorrow   View Archived Article

LINCOLN, U K - Waitrose announced earlier this year that it would be opening stores at Shell petrol stations across the UK, and Greenpeace has urged individuals to sign a letter addressed to managing director Mark Price that demands the shop =93breaks off its curre ...

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