Entries in greenpeace (7)

Thursday
Aug172017

A Brief History of  Environmentalism

Environmentalism isn’t a product of the post-War era and most certainly isn’t limited to Europe and America. Though considered a new concern, an interest in the environment existed centuries before the modern age. Read on to learn a brief history about this fascinating and consistently current theory!

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Thursday
Oct082015

The Tuna Trap: Unsustainable and Illegal Fishing

The plight of tuna fish is becoming worse and worse. Despite its place as a household-favourite the saltwater-swimmer is becoming increasingly endangered due to illegal and unsustainable fishing.This week Greenpeace released their Tinned Tuna League Table which highlights some big name brands who are only adding to tuna’s troubles.

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Friday
Jan242014

Fashion to Die For: How You can Help Greenpeace's Fashion Detox Campaign

Thursday
Sep122013

Environmental art - what is it?

Need inspiration before you leave for a volunteering project, or simply want to get involved in environmental issues in a creative manner after you´ve come back home from your travels?

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Friday
Jun282013

Hazardous Singapore haze result palm oil plantation fires

Singapore has been hit with vast quantities of smog, which has now become hazardous, due to the massive forest fires in Indonesia.

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Thursday
Apr182013

The problem with palm oil

Palm Oil is one of the most widely used products worldwide. It is a primary ingredient in cooking, and cosmetics and is therefore found in a large number of consumer goods.

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Thursday
Feb072013

Asia Pulp & Paper finally give in to Greenpeace Pressure

Asia Pulp & Paper (APP) has finally, after a decade of pressure, agreed on a new Forest Conservation Policy in order to end its part in deforestation.

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