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30th April, Government Committee Comes to Workington to teach Cumbrians to suck eggs

…..or in this case heat generating nuclear wastes.  

The plan we were told  was for one mega dump “as big as the City of Carlisle.” Cumbria said No to that plan on 30th January 2013.   1,031 more words

Geological Dump

The Green Bulletin

Stanley Tomchin Donates to Greenpeace for Research in the Bering Sea

SANTA BARBARA, CA –Greenpeace is celebrating a victory in the battle against the British supermarket chain Tesco and the low priced tuna brand Oriental & Pacific. 507 more words

Environment

How Greenpeace managed Apple to change its energy policy

Two years ago Greenpeace made a powerful lobbying campaign on Internet companies for them to power their data centers with clean energy. The campaign was named ‘ 867 more words

Corporate Social Responsibility

3 Reasons Not to Trust the New Climate Report

The IPCC acts as investigator, prosecutor, judge, and jury. It has a long history of recruiting activist personnel, and is led by a man prone to exaggeration. 134 more words

IPCC

Walvisjag: Vragskip vermy SA hawens

Gepubliseer/Published in Beeld 14 April 2014

Die Noorse vragskip Alma, met sowat 200o ton walvisvleis aan boord, het gister Suid Afrika se hawens vermy, vermoedelik omdat hulle nie hier welkom gevoel het nie, volgens Greenpeace aktivis Shanaaz Nel. 36 more words

Newspaper Clippings

The IPCC, the Police & Greenpeace

Greenpeace isn’t anti-establishment anymore. Now it’s just another arm of the authoritarian, UN green machine.

Here in Berlin yesterday the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) released the third and final section of its new climate report. 466 more words

IPCC

OK, What Does Greenpeace Have to Say?

Today we’re going to look at a documentary.  Documentaries on the topic of deforestation in the Amazon are, surprisingly enough, few and far between.  As one might then presume, documentaries specifically honing in on the deforestation as a result of soy development are even rarer.  1,394 more words