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From L’Oreal to Revlon, which brands are polluting the ocean with microbeads?

(PS - it’s all of them!)
Elisabeth Whitebread - 21 July, 2016 - 12:27 - Comments

Amazon activists are unstoppable, another world is possible

The Amazon not only encloses a vast amount of biodiversity and serves as a home for Indigenous People, it holds an infinite and unstoppable spirit. From Japan to Mexico, Brazil to Romania, during the last couple of months Greenpeace groups have taken into the street to state loud and clear to Siemens “Stop the Dam!” - “Save the Heart of the Amazon!”
Martin Vainstein - 20 July, 2016 - 17:31 - Comments

6 priorities for the environment after Brexit

Well, it’s been quite a month.  If you’re struggling to get your head around what’s happened, you’re not alone.  Many people are wondering what the result of the EU referendum means and what is going to happen next.
Hannah Martin - 18 July, 2016 - 08:55 - Comments
Muduruku warrior Jairo Saw close to the site of the proposed dam on the Tapajos

Warriors, snowboarders and solar powered freezers - Janet in the Amazon

This is an update sent from Janet, a long-time Greenpeace activist who we’ve sent to the heart of the Amazon. She’s on a mission to help stop a dam that would cut through the Tapajos river in the Amazon. The dam would risk thousands of species and the livelihood of Indigenous People, known as the Munduruku.
Mal Chadwick - 16 July, 2016 - 16:58 - Comments

Sainsbury’s tell us to “Taste The Difference” - now people are telling them to #StopTheIndifference

If you've visited Sainsbury’s during the last week, you may have noticed something a little different in the tuna aisle…
fiona.nicholls - 15 July, 2016 - 16:33 - Comments

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