Greenpeace is a non-governmental environmental organization with offices in over 40 countries and with an international coordinating body in Amsterdam, the Netherlands. Founded by Canadian environmental activists in 1971, Greenpeace states its goal is to "ensure the ability of the Earth to nurture life in all its diversity" and focuses its campaigning on worldwide issues such as climate change, deforestation, overfishing, commercial whaling, genetic engineering, and anti-nuclear issues. It uses ...

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  • #WorldMeatFreeWeek begins on Monday 11th June! We've teamed up with young people in 9 countries to share how a small change can make a big difference and you can join too! How you want to take part is up to you - it could be cutting out meat for one day, switching to a plant-based alternative for the week or adding more plants to your meals. Leave a comment to let us know if you plan on getting ...

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  • The ongoing Human Rights and Climate Change investigation turns the spotlight on the experiences of Filipinos. It’s a chance for their story to be heard. Add your name to support people and communities taking action on #ClimateJustice → https://act.gp/2IDSKsZ Illustrations by Desiree Llanos Dee Animation & Narration by Nityalila Music by www.bensound.com (royalty free)

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  • Greenpeace is fighting for forest protection around the globe to stop deforestation and degradation. Our work is focused on the 5 biggest forest regions in the world: Indonesia, the Amazon, the Congo Basin, and the Boreal forest. Working together with Indigenous Peoples and allies, we've been calling out companies who contribute to forest destruction and governments who have failed to protect them...

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  • The Amazon is the world's biggest rainforest, home to more than 340 thousand Indigenous Peoples and half of the planet's terrestrial species. Cattle ranching, soya plantations and timber extracting are some of the key drivers of deforestation in the Amazon. Greenpeace has been working with our Indigenous allies to guarantee the demarcation of their lands and exposing the atrocious violence against...

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  • Indonesia's majestic forests are home to orangutans, elephants, tigers, rhinoceroses, more than 1,500 species of birds and thousands of plant species. Today, the palm oil industry is the biggest driver of deforestation in the country, the palm oil that ends up in everyday consumer products from soap to ice cream. Greenpeace has been exposing some of the world's biggest brands to hold them responsi...

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  • Plastic waste is everywhere, choking our oceans and waterways. It’s time to take action. The corporations that produce these plastics tell us to recycle, but that won’t solve the problem alone. We’re working together to create the world we want through a Million Acts of Blue. Join us: https://act.gp/2qFTl1f

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  • The Esperanza ship is in Brazil for a scientific expedition to the Amazon Reef. Researchers and the Greenpeace team found a unique information: a rhodolith field covered by some sponges in the Amazon Reef region, 180 meters deep and 120km off the northern coast of Brazil. The formation is inside block FZA-M-86, where French company Total intends to drill for oil. International oil companies want t...

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  • Have you heard of the Amazon Reef Knot Challenge? Check out how to do it, record yourself doing it, post it on your social media with the hashtag #AmazonReef and challenge 3 friends by tagging them to do the same! The Amazon Reef is a unique biome off the northern coast of Brazil. There is so much to learn about it, but it’s already under threat. Oil companies Total and BP want to drill for oil n...

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  • The Antarctic belongs to all of us, and is all of ours to protect. Yet an ice ceiling prevented women from joining expeditions to the Antarctic until quite recently. Meet some of the amazing women who joined our expedition to create the largest protected area on Earth in the Antarctic. www.protecttheantarctic.org #ProtectAntarctic #InternationalWomensDay #IWD2018

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  • It's time to eat less meat and Industrial meat and dairy production threaten our forests, water, climate, and health. So we asked ourselves when the grown-ups don’t step up, what would six-year-olds do? Call for change! lessismore.greenpeace.org Less meat and dairy now for a healthier future. Take action at - http://lessismore.greenpeace.org/

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  • Greenpeace activists in Berlin and Taipei called out Samsung for sponsoring this year’s Winter Olympic Games in South Korea, which are touted to be powered by 100% renewable energy. Renewables account for only 1% of Samsung Electronics’ total energy consumption. In Berlin, Greenpeace Germany activists unfurled a banner of 40 square meters from the top of the construction site of Berlin City Castle...

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  • When we set out to protect the Arctic from destructive oil drilling and commercial fishing people told us it was impossible. Now after years of pushing millions of us have secured an enormous area protected from commercial fishing in the center of the Arctic Ocean, and we're getting closer every day to an Arctic safe from oil drilling too. http://act.gp/2nP3Lxi

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