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    #ShellNo: 'Kayaktivists' slow oil rig's departure from Seattle with blockade
    The U.S. Coast Guard detained 24 protesters Monday morning who were trying to block Royal Dutch Shell’s Polar Pioneer drilling rig from progressing any further in their search for oil in the Atlantic ocean. This instance was one of many...
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    Greenpeace says binge watch 'Game of Thrones' and you destroy the planet
    The old lament goes something like this. “Why is it that everything I enjoy is either illegal, immoral or fattening?” It seems now we now we have to add a fourth, “and causes global warming.” That is the conclusion of a new...
  • Overwhelming tuna in the tuna aisle
    Taking the confusion out of the differences in canned tuna
    Did you ever notice that when someone or someplace makes a great tuna salad, they are known for it far and wide?Clearly, Americans love tuna. However, there are so many different names for canned tuna, it is hard to know which one to buy. It's...
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    Chinese Cities have Gross Air Pollution
    More than 90 percent of the cities in China failed to meet the Chinese government’s national air quality standards during the first three months of 2015, according to a report released Tuesday by Greenpeace East Asia Air.Air monitoring...
  • Global warming protests
    Greenpeace co-founder has become a global warming 'denier'
    One of the most noxious aspects of the global warming debate concerns the tactics employed by climate change advocates. Some accuse global warming skeptics of bad faith, as they did Wei-Hock Soon by suggesting that he is in the pockets of big oil....
  • BBC on climate
    BBC agrees to one-sided climate coverage
    In a closed secret meeting, senior BBC executives agreed on deliberately one-sided coverage of global warming. In flagrant disregard of its charter, the BBC will ignore any contradiction to the party line of catastrophic climate change.The U.K....
  • France UFOs over nuclear reactors causing stir
    Fleet of UFOs flying over French nuclear plants, government 'chillingly' quiet
    Why are UFOs flying over France's nuclear power plants? Reportedly, a fleet of 15 "unmanned drones" have been spotted over seven state-owned nuclear reactors. The UFO sightings began a month ago and French officials are stumped --...
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    Procter & Gamble seeks felony charges for 8 Greenpeace activists
    Eight Greenpeace activists will soon be tried for two separate charges – burglary and vandalism – and if convicted, they could spend almost 10 years in prison, according to Annie Leonard, Greenpeace USA Executive Director.“These...
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    Working for Greenpeace - Jobs, blogs and more
    Are you thinking of working or volunteering for Greenpeace? You wouldn't be alone. Greenpeace is likely the most widely recognized green organization. You might be surprised at all the various ways you can get involved with Greenpeace. There...
  • International Tiger Day brings Greenpeace, little cats together
    Cats Save Tigers: Famous Internet cats speak out for the world's tigers
    Famous Internet cats, including Lil Bub, Venus, the Two-Faced Cat, Princess Monster Truck, Hamilton the Hipster Cat, Pudge, and more, have banded together in a new video to help save the world's tigers. A July 29, 2014 article on the website...
  • Argentina's Arturo the polar bear: Depressed polar bear stuck in the hot climate
    Argentina's Arturo the polar bear: Depressed polar bear stuck in the hot climate
    Argentina's last captive polar bear, Arturo, is going nowhere. Despite the fact that close to a million people – including a few celebrities like Cher and Newt Gingrich– signed on online petition begging Argentina to deport Arturo...
  • World Cup 2014
    Cleaning up the World Cup
    As part of the Detox Campaign, Greenpeace has conducted a study of harmful chemicals found in products manufactured by World Cup sponsors, mainly Adidas and Nike. All products tested were manufactured and sold as part of the FIFA World Cup 2014....
  • Ronny Morris
    The Five Question Challenge with Ronny Morris
    Ronny Morris is the latest artist to tackle The Five Question Challenge!The Danish singer-songwriter grew up outside of Copenhagen and began his fascination with music at a very early age. From there, his musical journey took him all around the...
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    Japan's scientific whaling ruled a scam
    The UN International Court of Justice (ICJ) today, March 31, 2014, ruled that Japan’s meager scientific output about whales did not justify the killing of 850 Minke Whales. The ruling should end Japan’s so-called scientific whaling,...
  • Head and Shoulders has a dirty little secret
    Palm oil fuels Greenpeace security breach at Proctor and Gamble
    Cincinnati, Ohio suffered a major security breach yesterday, as a protester, donning a tiger suit, hung from a zip line stretched between Proctor and Gamble's 17 story twin towers. Joined by at least eight other Greenpeace activists, 60-foot...
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