Greenpeace is up to their usual antics to try and bring attention to an electronics manufacturer they're particularly upset with - Hewlett-Packard. This morning, Greenpeace activists climbed to the roof of HP's global headquarters
About a month ago, Greenpeace released a report showing how major global shoe brands may be contributing to Amazon deforestation by buying leather from cattle raised in the newly cleared land. The report caused a stir among
Calls for serious environmental leadership from the heads of state gathered at the G8 summit in Italy have rung out across the blogosphere this week. Here at TreeHugger Matthew McDemott implored Obama to live up to his promises, Grist got poetic about
Yesterday we saw the short-lived hubbub about Greenpeace draping an Obama poster over Mount Rushmore in order to call attention to Climate Activism by the G8. They've followed up with this video that shows the behind the scenes view of the action. So,
Greenpeace has a live stream going right now on their latest climate action. Activists skilled in rock climbing carefully draped a poster of Obama over Mount Rushmore to get attention focused on global warming and the need for strong action.
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Laptop Magazine has tested some of the industry's greenest notebooks and decided on the most eco-friendly in each of 4 categories, from netbooks to desktop replacements. Check out their choices. For testing, Laptop
HP, Lenovo and Dell are in the hot house with Greenpeace, who shows them as failing to make any real improvements since the last go-round on the group's greener electronics guide. They each get slapped on the wrist for backtracking
The IT industry tends to talk a lot about what technology can do for sustainability, and Greenpeace recognizes that the IT industry holds a lot of power in its hands to shape our carbon footprints. So the group has decided to ask
June 5 & 6 at The Ketelhuis Cinema in Amsterdam you can get your fill of environmental flicks, interviews with directors and even a few world premieres, as the first environmental film festival comes to Amsterdam this spring.
It was a fierce game of cat and mouse that played out across international boundaries, between multimillion dollar organizations. Top secret information on nuclear reactors was snagged by spies—or was it? Things get complicated
It's always amusing to see young Turkish guys, too young even to remember the 1980s, strutting down Istanbul's streets in their acid-wash jeans and elaborately spiked or feathered hairdos. But retro behavior is nothing to laugh at when it comes to energy.
Lots of changes in the rankings has occured with the latest report from Greenpeace on greener gadgets. Three big companies get dinged for not following through on toxic phase-out promises, and another company jumps high up on the rankings for rapid
It might seem counterintuitive, but a new report from Greenpeace warns that, though prevention of deforestation is crucial for mitigating climate change, preventing further loss of biodiversity, etc., if we include