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The world's plastic industry has produced more than 9.1 billion tons of plastic in the last seven decades, and almost 78% of it is no longer being used, according to a scathing new report. In fact the...
No global shaming but UNESCO asks the Turnbull Government to do more for the reef.
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It bombed in Greenpeace's tuna rankings, and it's doing something about it.
This will help you fine-tuna your eating habits.
Hope for the vaquita, the most endangered marine mammal on Earth, is fast diminishing. Despite international efforts to prevent the extinction of the world's smallest porpoise, found only in Mexico's...
Oil companies obtained rights to the area before the giant reef was discovered.
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Our video streaming addiction might be affecting the world outside our living rooms more than we thought. Greenpeace released a report on Monday rating video streaming companies by carbon footprint, a...
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The fossil fuel industry is a monster with many heads.
From Leo to Ellen, some stars actually give back.
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My seven-year-old daughter, Josie, asked me recently what would happen if the grown-ups didn’t find a solution to global warming. I looked her in the eye and promised her that the grown-ups would sort it out; that we would not let her down.
The relationship between Indigenous organizations and environmental NGOs used to be one of conflict and suspicion. But now these groups are working together to protect species, environments, culture a...
Several Greenpeace activists have been arrested after scaling Sydney’s iconic Coca-Cola billboard to protest the government's failure to implement a drinks can recycling scheme. Police closed the str...
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Protesters against the High Court decision to uphold the Government's offshore detention program have made a powerful statement on Sydney Harbour. Activists from Greenpeace held aloft a #LetThemStay b...
Look out of my window on the Coral Coast of the Fiji Islands, and you'll see a clean freshwater river, a white sand beach and the beautiful Pacific ocean. Unfortunately for me, the view is different.
If you knew the popular canned tuna you were eating might have been caught in slave-like conditions and was potentially contaminated, would you still want it? Would you give it to your kids?
There aren't many people in this world who would put themselves between a Russian whaling boat, a harpoon, and a pod of whales. But this is exactly what Bobbi Hunter -- a co-founder of Greenpeace -- d...