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Saturday, Sept. 4, 2010 Staff writer In 2008, two officials of Greenpeace Japan presented to prosecutors what they described as evidence of a Japanese whaler's embezzlement of whale meat and asked them to investigate. Instead of indicting the whaler
Prosecutors have demanded 18-month prison sentences for each defendant, Junichi Sato and Toru Suzuki, on charges of trespass and theft, in a case that started more than two years ago with their arrests in dramatic Tokyo police raids. The two
Greenpeace and a Netherlands-based video game developer have created Ship Simulator Extremes, a PC game that allows players to take control of famous Greenpeace ships and re-enact real-life campaigns on the high seas. Some of the campaigns take place
Ellie the Climate Elephant started election day outside Prime Minister Julia Gillard's home in Altona to raise awareness of climate change action. The 400-kilogram fibreglass beast was then moved to a polling booth at Seabrook Primary School, where
Fort Hays State University and a wildlife group in Lawrence have won grants from EPA Region 7 to fund the development of new environmental education projects. EPA's Environmental Education Grant program provides seed money for new projects and to
We must change with climate change Embracing change is an important behaviour in leadership. This came to mind as I was thinking about climate change, and it seemed obvious to me that, since the climate is changing, we have to change as well.
The coalition has said an independent environment probity commissioner would review major projects and expenditure in the portfolio. But environmental activist group Greenpeace said the policy was "weak" and a stalling tactic. "Australia needs
Sea No Evil Art Show' To Benefit The Sea Shepherd Conservation Society Filed under: animals , art Daelyn Fortney @ 2:05 pm Sea No Evil Art Show 2010 benefiting the Sea Shepherd Conservation Society is slated for Saturday, July 31 at the Riverside
Greenpeace, the UK-based environmental group, published the latest in a series of reports this month, alleging that Singapore-listed Golden Agri Resources and other forest products companies controlled by Indonesia's Widjaja family have destroyed
United Nations Research Assignment Raelle Mejias1. Four of the UN's most important goals are:a) To keep the peace and stop war. b) To promote human rights and equality.c) To increase the amount of justice in the world.