There is no rest for the toxic-laden when Greenpeace is around. The latest company to be called out for backtracking on their timeline to remove PVC and BFRs from their products is Dell. This week, Greenpeace held protests outside
Yesterday you may have seen on TreeHugger and elsewhere remarks by Greenpeace UK director John Sauven which implied that the organization thought that IPCC chairman Dr Rajendra Pachauri should step down
While the rate of deforestation in the Amazon rainforest may be declining, it and other rainforests around the world continue to be cleared at an alarming rate. Figures that are quite alarming, like the fact that 17 percent of the
Greenpeace has released its latest iteration of the electronics guide ranking manufacturers on the sustainability of their products and processes. Turns out there was a reason for HP to get a little huffy about Greenpeace tagging
Carbon offsets. Did the hair on your neck stand up a little? Most people brace themselves for a bit of debate, or at least defense, when the topic comes up. On one side of the issue sit people who see carbon offsets
What's more of a trademark than YouTube's red bar that indicates a video's loading and play time? This campaign by Greenpeace Brazil from a few months ago took that symbol and used it to show how elements such as biodiversity, ocean levels, and extreme
Greenpeace places boulders into the German North Sea to prevent bottom trawling in this August 2008 photo. The environmental organization placed 180 boulders into the sea off the Swedish coast earlier this week to curb bottom trawling there as well.
Greenpeace has had quite a bit of coverage of late on TreeHugger with their latest actions of climbing Mount Rushmore to put pressure on politicians regarding climate change, and climbing to the roof of HP to get the company to
Image via Greenpeace.
Greenpeace has a long history of using peaceful protest to achieve environmental victoriesA recent Treehugger poll asked if Greenpeace's tactics were an "acceptable method of communication" or not. Here's our point of view:
Greenpeace USA does some great work, like their report on Amazon Leather and their analyses of green claims of computer manufacturers. But then they go and deface Mt. Rushmore and paint graffiti on the roof of HP. Are these actions counterproductive?
Yesterday Greenpeace clambered atop HP global headquarter's roof and scrawled out "Hazardout Products" in giant letters in order to bring attention to their concern that HP is backtracking on its promise to eliminate toxic