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- An environmental Chicken Little gets plucked. Champion, Chris // Alberta Report / Newsmagazine;9/25/95, Vol. 22 Issue 41, p28
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- Brent Spar rewrote the rules. Grove-White, Robin // New Statesman;06/20/97, Vol. 126 Issue 4339, p17
Discusses the environmental lessons from the great Greenpeace-Shell clash about the Brent Spar oil platform in 1995 for companies and environmentalists. Resonant symbol created by Greenpeace; Shell's wounded-giant status as a focus for campaigning groups; Greenpeace's challenge to the opening...
- Activists Tour 'Cancer Alley.' Sissell, Kara // Chemical Week;6/20/2001, Vol. 163 Issue 24, p39
Focuses on a tour of politicians and celebrities in Louisiana led by Greenpeace organization in a campaign to raise awareness of chemical hazards and environmental justice. United States representatives who accompanied campaigners to neighborhoods near Baton Rouge and Plaquermine; Details on...
- Green for danger. Melchett, Peter // New Scientist;12/23/95-12/30/95, Vol. 148 Issue 2009/2010, p50
Focuses on the impact made by Greenpeace in fostering environmentalism in Great Britain. Difficulties caused by political opposition and attacks against Greenpeace; Invasion of nuclear plants in Sellafield and Aldermaston, England; Conflicts with waste dumping practices by Shell Oil Co.;...
- Greenpeace. // Campaign (UK);4/25/2008, Issue 16, Special section p10
Several photographs by Greenpeace International are presented which depict the effect of the destruction of the environment.
- The perils of green pessimism. Milne, Alex // New Scientist;6/12/93, Vol. 138 Issue 1877, p34
Reports on the quandary of scientist in advising enviromental policies from the articles in NewScientist by Mary Midgley, Brian Wynne and Sue Mayer. Conflict between `scientism' and `narrow reductionism'; Comments on the `precautionary principles' as central doctrines of `green science'; Role of...
- PEACE ON EARTH. // Quadrant Magazine;Dec2000, Vol. 44 Issue 12, p44
Comments on the role of the Greenpeace organization in protecting the environment. Opposition of the organization to the consequences of international capitalism; Statement issued by Hans van Baader-Meinhof, international director of Greenpeace; Investigation on the disappearance of a...
- Uranium, Metals Make Punjab Toxic Hotspot. Garg, Balwant // India -- West;6/25/2010, Vol. 35 Issue 31, pA39
The article reports on the study conducted by Greenpeace International indicating that all three major types of toxicity, such as chemicals, radiation, and biological, are rampant in Punjab, India.
- A presidential plan. // Greenpeace Update;Winter2004, Vol. 9 Issue 3/4, p6
Outlines the plan for environmental preservation and protection created by Greenpeace, an environmental protection organization in the U.S. Work to ensure the future of the Clean Water Act; Protection of national forests from logging; Reduction of the country's dependence on dirty fossil fuels.