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Anti-carbon advocate Greenpeace has grounded flights for a top official after a media report fingered him for commuting by plane between his Luxembourg home and its Amsterdam-based headquarters, a spokesman said today.
The Arctic campaigners lived inside a concrete tube at Lisbon's Estadio da Luz arena for three days but were apprehended on the roof...Vladimir Putin's state-owned oil giant is the Official Partner' of the competition in a deal said to be worth 160
An anti-fracking protest camp set up at Barton Moss in Salford where energy company iGas has built a vertical test well to assess the suitability for shale gas tracking. Photograph: Christopher Thomond for The Guardian The government faces widespread
A landmark moratorium on Brazilian soya that was set to end today has been, after long negotiations, renewed for one last year. The initiative prevents major traders selling soya that may be linked to deforestation in the Amazon, which has recently
When Greenpeace activists attempted to board an offshore oil platform in September they wanted to draw attention to what they see as the potential ecological disaster of Arctic Ocean oil drilling, but it was the hardline stance of the Russian
Jude Law steps out to attend the Free 30 Greenpeace Demonstration held at the Russian embassy on Saturday (October 5) in London, England. The 40-year-old actor was joined by the organization's executive director John Sauven . The demonstration is to
Greenpeace activists in custody A protester unveiled a Greenpeace flag at the skyscraper's summit Greenpeace activists who were arrested after climbing to the top of London's Shard are in police custody. The six women were arrested on suspicion of
Don't these people realise that pulling off silly stunts like this completely undermines any credibility that their organisation might otherwise have had. Ian Nicholson , Guildford Surrey, 11/7/2013 19:01 Click to rate Rating (0) These women
Bexhill road protest is about putting the environment on the right side of the ledger The government's approval of superfluous link roads goes the heart of the debate about the kind of economy the UK needs It's not every day you get accused of being
Fracking 'exploitation' report dismissed by energy department Fracking has been blamed for the pollution of water supplies and causing minor earthquakes The energy department has dismissed a report that "60% of the UK countryside could be exploited"