By QED Radiations
Nobel Laureates who knew or should have known nanoparticles in GM food emit low levels of UV radiation that scrambles the DNA yet signed a letter to stop Greenpeace from campaigning against GM food are complicit in a crime against humanity
By We Make Awesome Sh
Shell are drilling in the arctic and we need you to help try and save the arctic
By New Street Communications, LLC
Alvah Simon's NORTH TO THE NIGHT - Described by Bill McKibben as " ... an intense and gripping exploration of the extreme reaches of the outer and inner world."
By Verde PR & Consulting
A recently published Greenpeace Report criticizes the continued use of fluorcarbon chemicals (PFCs) in the outdoor industry. Nikwax has been arguing against the use of fluorocarbon chemicals (PFCs) in aftercare products for about ten years.
By Forestry Research Associates
FRA has spoken out to support Greenpeace Southeast Asia in calling for more commitments from Asia Pulp & Paper (APP) over its use of rainforest-sourced timber in its products.
By Energy Publishing Australia
Greenpeace recently released a report which warns of the risk to India’s tiger population from the Indian coal industry. Energy Publishing’s new weekly Indian Coal Report has a closer look at the reports and its implications for India.
By Mindshare LA
Mindshare LA, takes a plunge into cutting-edge ocean research at March salon themed “The Vast Blue.” Award-winning scientists, environmentalists and entrepreneurs talk about the most innovative and promising initiatives under the surface.
Indonesia's giant palm oil producer (Sinar Mas) have announced to stop deforestation via a press conference today. Deforestation and the peat land destruction is the reason why Indonesia is ranked the third largest emitter of Greenhouse gases.
By Shashwat Raj
Greenpeace termed the Telecom Regulatory Authority of India’s (TRAI) consultation paper on “Green Telecommunication” as insubstantial and without a clear roadmap, especially in addressing the Telecommunication sector’s role in climate change
By Bernadette Nielsen
Greenpeace readies itself for sea trials this April as it gears up to launch the latest Rainbow Warrior III.
By Paul de Sousa
London based company breaks world record with a massive 22 M x 22 M 3D anamorphic printed banner.
By Chad Recchia
Latino Business Review – In the November issue, the best tips to use social networks in corporate business and some tools that will positively influence this transformation are presented.
By Envido Ltd.
Social networking website faces campaign to switch to renewable energy after announcing intentions to run new data centre mainly on coal-powered electricity.
By Mary Luna
Reef Check (www.reefcheck.org) partners with renowned artist Lee Pantas to promote awareness and support conservation of reefs worldwide through the Artists for Reefs e-Gallery.
By James Hooks
Entrepreneur and activist joins two non-profit organizations, announces plans for American Credit Start
By John Sylvester
With the growth of developing economies and the vast amounts of energy needed for cloud computing, publicity-conscious Greenpeace has criticised the ICT industry's data centers, where utility power comes primarily from coal.
By Palm Beach County Reef Rescue
The contractor for the Juno beach nourishment project reported an endangered Kemp’s Ridley Sea Turtle was killed by the project’s dredge, missing mesh on the turtle exclusion device allowed the turtle to be sucked into the vessel’s dredge head.
By Easy Projects .NET
Utilized as a platform for information and task management, Easy Projects .NET improves workflow structure and provides Greenpeace Mediterranean real-time tools for effective project management.
Greenpeace and Women for Women International are the two newest organizations to benefit from Rebagz’ new line.
By Indalo Art
Indalo Art, which designs and crafts charmstone pebble jewelry based on the good luck symbol of the Indalo, has launched a new range of pebble jewellery charm stones to commemorate the commissioning of the new Greenpeace vessel, Rainbow Warrior 3.
By Financial Soultions
Apple Computer Inc. is looking for ways to drastically reduce its carbon footprint.
By The Renewable Energy Centre
Transport Secretary, Jeff Hoon announced today that an additional runway and terminal at Heathrow could go ahead. The Renewable Energy Centre released a statement warning that the consequences of such a move could be catastrophic.