Stop climate change

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Climate change isn't inevitable. We have the knowledge, skills and technologies to get ourselves out of this difficult situation. All over the world people have woken up to the threat, and are working to reduce the use of fossil fuels, stop rainforest destruction and get power from clean energy. Still much more needs to be done.

Campaign updates

Greenpeace response to the consultation on the Renewable Transport Fuel Obligation

Greenpeace's input into the consultation on the Renewable Transport Fuel Obligation, which the government intends to use to force fuel companies to increase...
Posted by jamie - 17 May, 2007 - 00:00

Nuclear consultation: full and fair?

As a result of Greenpeace’s successful legal challenge to the 2006 energy review consultation process, the government has been forced back to the drawing...
Posted by bex - 14 May, 2007 - 10:23

Biofuels: green dream or climate change nightmare?

As you may have already seen, along with WWF, the RSPB, Friends of the Earth and enoughsenough.org, we've placed an advert in several of today's papers...
Posted by jamie - 9 May, 2007 - 00:00 -

Scottish energy opinion - a survey by 2collaborate

Less than a quarter of Scots support building new nuclear power stations in Scotland, according to a survey compiled by pollsters 2collaborate for Greenpeace....
Posted by tracy - 24 April, 2007 - 13:58

Mr & Mrs Smith

When it comes to oil, how special does a special relationship become? Tony Blair is often called George Bush's poodle, but is there more than meets the eye?
Posted by jamie - 1 July, 2005 - 08:00

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