- Time says Greenpeace is wrong. // Pulp & Paper;Sep94, Vol. 68 Issue 9, p25
Reports on the protest of Greenpeace against `Time' magazine's use of chlorine in the magazine's paper. Scaling of Time Inc.'s headquarters and banner hanging by activists; Denial of the group's accusations against the magazine.
- Campaigning for change. Moffat, Jeanne // Canadian Dimension;Dec94/Jan95, Vol. 28 Issue 6, p21
Focuses on Greenpeace's political activity in Canada. Reaction to Bruce Livesey's article; Campaigns in Canada; Collapse of the cod fishery in Canada's east coast; Information campaign on the damage brought by clearcutting of forests.
- Support that welfare cheques can't buy. Brunet, Robin // Alberta Report / Newsmagazine;12/6/93, Vol. 20 Issue 51, p40
Questions whether or not the parade led by Greenpeace down Georgia Street, Vancouver, on November 12, 1993, was a signal that the organization has superseded the Tofino-based Friends of Clayoquot's rebellion against MacMillan Bloedel Ltd. Allied protests by Greenpeace activists in Bonn,...
- Dead-serious prank: A Greenpeace operation. Skow, John // Time;9/18/1995, Vol. 146 Issue 12, p86
Relates the plan of Al Baker and Matthew Whiting to reach a seawall and tag buildings with Greenpeace stickers at Mururoa, the South Pacific atoll where the French plan to test nuclear bombs. The team's plan to slip notes to the journalists invited by the French to witness the explosions; How...
- Gore's protectors arrest Greenies. Elvin, John // Insight on the News;08/26/96, Vol. 12 Issue 32, p35
Reports on the arrest of several Greenpeace members handcuffed to a 17-foot long fishing boat beached near the Capitol by US Capitol Police officers providing security for Vice-President Al Gore. Greenpeace members protest to the inaction on bill to help independent commercial fishermen against...
- In anti-oil protest, Greenpeace uses rock perch as legal claim. MacLeod, Alexander // Christian Science Monitor;6/13/97, Vol. 89 Issue 139, p6
Reports on protest action taken by a group of environmental activists, known as Greenpeace, in an effort to halt oil exploration in the deep Atlantic Ocean. Occupation of a tiny solar capsule on a volcanic outcrop off the west coast of Scotland; Activists' protest seen as futile.
- Jobs and roads. // New Scientist;9/3/94, Vol. 143 Issue 1941, p11
Reports on Great Britain's road-building program. Goal of economic growth; Contention by Greenpeace; Relationship of jobs and roads; Manufacturing industry.
- Let us spray. // Management;Sep95, Vol. 42 Issue 8, p15
Reports that two billboard sites were erected on Auckland, New Zealand's waterfront by the environmental pressure group Greenpeace so that passers-by can let the French government know about what they think of the nuclear tests conducted at Muroroa Atoll. Examples of comments sprayed on the...
- Take Stat! // New Internationalist;Apr2010, Issue 431, p19
The article discusses the involvement of the Norwegian Statoil company in the tar sands project in Alberta, Canada, and opposition in Norway led by Greenpeace Nordic organization, which has caused the company to put the project on hold.