Post Views: 52 Activists from Greenpeace and campaigners ANV-Cop21 stood in blackened water fountains on Saturday September 22 in around 30 towns across France – including Paris, Rennes, Angers, Bordeaux, Poitiers, Tours, and Nantes. […]
Post Views: 115 More than 250 Greenpeace activists hijacked Total’s annual shareholders’ meeting in Paris to protest at the oil company’s plans to drill in the mouth of the Amazon and French Guiana. Four activists descended […]
Post Views: 123 THIONVILLE: A French court on Tuesday sentenced two Greenpeace activists to a minimum of two months in jail for breaking into a nuclear power plant and setting off fireworks last year. […]
Post Views: 262 Antarctica is home to many species critical to the scientific study of how marine ecosystems function and how climate change is impacting our oceans. Hopes of establishing a vast new marine sanctuary […]
Post Views: 114 A ruling by the Permanent Court of Arbitration in The Hague whereby Russia is to pay compensation for seizing the ship, the Arctic Sunrise, encourages illegal activity, Deputy Director of the Russian Foreign Ministry’s Information and Press […]
Post Views: 138 MOSCOW, July 18 (RAPSI) – The Permanent Court of Arbitration in The Hague ruled that Russia must pay the Netherlands about € 5.4 million in compensation in the Arctic Sunrise ship confiscation […]
Post Views: 373 Christopher Wilson tells the encouraging story of a Canadian resource company successfully standing up to Greenpeace.
Post Views: 395 A forestry multinational that is suing Greenpeace under American racketeering laws alleges that the activist organization’s recent court filings are essentially an admission that it lies, a claim the group forcefully […]