A Greenpeace campaign bringing attention to Shell's partnership with Lego has successfully ended the deal between the two companies.
Victoria's Secret may not be a paragon of green goodwill. Their recent promise to make their products non-toxic is however is a good step in the green direction. Greenpeace has been pressuring big companies to make their products environmentally friendly and obviously that pressure is making a difference. Too bad Victoria's Secret didn't make this change of their own accord.
<p>Greenpeace has finally made headway on getting Apple to use only renewable energy. Though they have been building a huge solar array and a biogas plant they still rely on some coal-powerd energy at their N.C plant. Apple has now announced that by the end of 2012 that plant will be powered only by renewable energy. Keep up the pressure Greenpeace, it can't be a bad thing.</p>
Greenpeace has done so much good over the years, that also includes angering guilty corporate stooges. This funny video was made to honor them on their 40th birthday. Enjoy!
After Nike and Puma pledged to take hazardous chemicals out of their supply chain, Addidas wants to follow suit. This is certainly a responsible decision, however their pledge of a zero discharge of hazardous chemicals won't happen until 2020. This action is a response to Greenpeace's Detox campaign and I wonder if they would have even bothered without pressure from Greenpeace?
Greenpeace filed a lawsuit against Dow Chemical, Sasol North Amercia and two PR firms for hiring private investigators to surveil, wiretap and steal documents from the environmental organization
In London Greenpeace U.K. took the upper hand against BP. Fuel switches were removed, gas stations closed, and banners were put up in civil disobedience.This is an incredible move not duplicated in the U.S. Would it even be possible in the U.S.?
Greenpeace releases a report that identifies oil and manufacturing giant Koch Industries as being behind a significant amount of the organized global warming skepticism, and accuses the billionaire directly of funding attacks like Climategate and of trying to torpedo clean tech
<p>(Via LifeHacker) Greenpeace has put together a supermarket score card so you can evaluate at a glance who is working to make our shopping choices more sustainable and who is not</p>
While polls suggest that more Japanese support whaling than oppose it, traditional ceremonies that mark the whale fleet's departure were canceled to avoid publicity of the start of the annual hunt