Tags: GREENPEACE International
- Pink slips for green workers. // Alberta Report / Newsmagazine;1/4/93, Vol. 20 Issue 3, p43
Says that Greenpeace Canada, the country's flagship environmental group, announced last month it will have to lay off 14 of its 54 full-time staff. The $500,000 deficit; Layoffs as not affecting activists' stunts; What it will affect.
- A whimsical prophecy from Greenpeace. Frey, Rod // Alberta Report / Newsmagazine;2/1/93, Vol. 20 Issue 7, p16
Details the promotional advertisement predicting the end of the automobile age which is the brainchild of John Bennett, transportation campaigner for Greenpeace Canada in Toronto. Cost of advertisement; Purpose as changing attitudes about cars; Global warming; Radical environmentalists' views...
- Earth-savers have rights too. // Alberta Report / Newsmagazine;3/15/93, Vol. 20 Issue 13, p31
Announces that in March 1993 financially troubled Greenpeace employees responded to the rocky condition of the organization by forming a union to protect themselves and their rights.
- A dolphin in shark's clothing? Elvin, John // Insight on the News;05/26/97, Vol. 13 Issue 19, p34
Cites the criticisms against Greenpeace. Alleged participation of the organization in secret compromises with various governments; Greenpeace's alleged growth into a secretive multinational operation; Alleged hijacking of the environmental movement by extremist activists.
- Greenpeace takes over the world. Ostertag, B. // Mother Jones;Mar/Apr91, Vol. 16 Issue 2, p32
Explores the Greenpeace Organization's success, as well as the difficulties it faces. Membership base of 2.5 million, growing by 77,000 a month, with a budget of $58 million; Telecommunications empire built by Dick Dillman; David McTaggart heads Greenpeace International; History; World...
- The verdict is in on Greenpeace: Guilty. // Outdoor Life;Aug92, Vol. 190 Issue 2, p12
Explains how a libel suit brought by Greenpeace against Icelandic film maker Magnus Gudmundsson for his documentary, `Survival in the High North,' backfired against the well-known environmental group. Greenpeace was found guilty of deliberately distributing fabricated footage in an anti-seal film.
- Greenpeace may close its doors in Norway. // Outdoor Life;Dec92, Vol. 190 Issue 6, p17
Reports that Greenpeace International may soon be shutting down its operation in Norway, according to Putting People First (PPF), a pro-sportsmen's organization. Controversy surrounding the film `Survival In The High North.'
- Greenpeace and refrigerants: Can advocacy go too far? A.M.H. // Air Conditioning Heating & Refrigeration News;12/13/93, Vol. 190 Issue 15, p16
Editorial. Discusses the focus of Greenpeace's advocacy efforts on domestic refrigeration. Push for refrigerators using hydrocarbons as a refrigerant and foam-blowing agents; Willingness to suspend critical judgement; Half-truth assertion; Issue on the viable solutions to the CFC problem. ...
- Greenpeace. // Town & Country;Nov86, Vol. 140 Issue 5078, p246
Greenpeace, an international environmental peace organization--its philosophy, means of action, causes, and organization.