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22 Sep
China's announcement that it will stop funding coal projects overseas is important says Li Shuo, a climate policy adviser with Greenpeace China, because Beijing is saying "as one of the biggest overseas public financier, we are not going to put more money into coal."
18 Sep
Half a century after a small group of radicals created Greenpeace, the head of the environmental organisation warns that it still has far to go on the climate crisis before it can truly celebrate. Created on September 15, 1971 when a boat of the same name tried to stop a US nuclear test, Greenpeace has become one of the world's best known action groups with its headline-grabbing stunts.
9 Aug 2020
A study by Greenpeace has shown what could happen if Germany were attacked with nuclear weapons. According to a simulation, around 145,000 people would die instantly were a small nuclear bomb to strike Berlin.
20 Jul 2020
Greenpeace unfurls a large banner on a crane overlooking Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris demanding the French government takes "action" on the issue of climate change.
28 Jan 2020
Ever more pesticides, many illegal, are being used in Turkey, according to a new Greenpeace study. Yet the tainted produce keeps ending up on European dinner tables, setting off alarm bells about serious health risks.
8 Aug 2019
Authorities have suggested the wildfires were started intentionally in order to cover up illegal logging. Greenpeace has expressed outrage at the way the situation has been handled.

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