During the Rock in Rio concert in Lisbon, Finnish band Apocalyptica calls on people to sign the Greenpeace Energy Revolution.
Nintendo’s Wii. Sony’s PlayStation 3. Microsoft’s Xbox 360 Elite. They promise a whole new generation of high-definition gaming, but when it comes to the crunch, it’s the same old story. As our search for greener electronics continues, it was time for the game consoles to go to our labs for scientific analysis — and all of them tested positive for various hazardous chemicals.
Australian beer brewing giant Coopers have built a co-generation plant for independent power production allowing them to reduce their carbon footprint by 50% whilst doubling their production output.
American geologists and Greenpeace scientists witness the dramatic retreat of the Kangerdlussuaq glacier in Greenland. The glacier has retreated 5 km in the last few years due to global warming.
A Pacific Voices film from Nassau. Battling coastline erosion due to rough seas and rising sea levels. Extended dry periods now make life on this island paradise tough.
Today, Greenpeace along with the companies of the Forest Products Association of Canada and 8 other leading environmental organizations, unveils an unprecedented accord..
Get a tour of the largest Greenpeace ship sailing our ocean – the Esperanza. The Esperanza is off the coast of Greenland, confronting reckless oil exploration.
Our emissions of carbon dioxide threaten to alter the very chemistry of sea water and change life in our oceans within the span of a single human lifetime.
Planet Earth is under threat – will the aliens decide to save it or trash it? A film by Greenpeace starring Eddie Izzard, Jim Broadbent and Joseph McFadden
Sim – who is currently suspended 15 metres above the icy Arctic waters – talks about how he got into Greenpeace and taking direct action. We recorded this audio before Sim and a handful of others scaled Cairn’s Stena Don rig off Greenland, stopping their Arctic drilling.