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7 air pollution hacks to help protect your family.

One question we often get asked at Greenpeace is: what's the best way to protect myself from air pollution?'With news articles warning that 5.5 million people worldwide die prematurely every year as a result of breathing polluted air, it's understandable that people want to know how to protect themselves and their ...

- Greenpeace - INT

Greenpeace blames 'poor water management' for drought, not just lack of rain.

GREENPEACE'S latest report warns that a third of Spain's territory is at risk of becoming desert and up to 75% of the ...

- thinkSPAIN - ES

Standing Rock Protest Groups Sued by Dakota Access Pipeline Company.

Courts shouldn't let companies like Energy Transfer Partners use litigation to intimidate and bankrupt advocacy groups. If you want to experience 2017 in a nutshell, check out the billion-dollar lawsuit filed by an oil and gas company against Greenpeace and other environmental groups for their roles in the Standing Rock ...

- ACLU - US

Draft EU-Mercosur trade treaty leaked.

'Backroom trade talks undermine democracy and public trust in politicians,' said Greenpeace, which published the documents.

- EU Observer - EU

Dakota Access Pipeline Company Tries to Sue Environmental Groups Out of Existence.

Courts shouldn't let companies like Energy Transfer Partners use litigation to intimidate and bankrupt advocacy groups. If you want to experience 2017 in a nutshell, check out the billion-dollar lawsuit filed by an oil and gas company against Greenpeace and other environmental groups for their roles in the Standing Rock ...

- ACLU - US

The palm oil industry promises reform, but there's still no sign of change.

It was ten years ago that Greenpeace first published an investigation into Indonesia's palm oil industry. We showed that the world's biggest brands got their palm oil from companies destroying Indonesia's rainforests - threatening local people as well as tigers and orangutans.Children play without wearing any protection at ...

- Greenpeace - INT

The mysterious radioactive cloud—why the ruthenium-106 story matters.

A week ago, the Russian meteorological service, Roshydromet, reacted to a month-long standing request for information from Greenpeace. It triggered extraordinary interest among journalists world-wide in a rather unknown bit of nuclear physics: the radioactive substance ruthenium-106.For weeks, two Russian state-run bodies, ...

- Greenpeace - INT

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