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UN warns paradigm shift needed to avert global climate chaos
UN warns paradigm shift needed to avert global climate chaos
Avoiding global climate chaos will require a major transformation of society and the world economy that is "unprecedented in scale," the UN said...
Rid South Africa’s electricity plan of coal-fired power
Rid South Africa’s electricity plan of coal-fired power
The inclusion of new coal in the updated draft Integrated Resource Plan for electricity (IRP) will cost South Africa close to R20-billion more than...
Africa buys into nuclear dream
Africa buys into nuclear dream
While questions swirl around the progress of South Africa’s nuclear plans, Russia’s state nuclear agency Rosatom is losing no time in selling...
Five years after Fukushima, SA hasn’t learned its lesson
Five years after Fukushima, SA hasn’t learned its lesson
March 11 marks five years since the devastating nuclear meltdown at the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power station in Japan. In 2011, a 9.0 earthquake...
Greenpeace director not shocked by leaked intelligence on him
Greenpeace director not shocked by leaked intelligence on him
Greenpeace executive director Kumi Naidoo on Thursday said he was not shocked to learn that South Korea had asked for information on him and called...
[Slideshow]Coal and eMalahleni's poisoned people
[Slideshow]Coal and eMalahleni's poisoned people
A Greenpeace investigation of Witbank, which has the world’s dirtiest air, sheds light on the impact of coal on humans. A photo essay explains.
Greenpeace red-faced after staffer's costly speculation
Greenpeace red-faced after staffer's costly speculation
Greenpeace International has parted company with one of its employees after the organisation lost €3.8‑million of donations last year through...
Pussy Riot members could be freed under amnesty
Pussy Riot members could be freed under amnesty
Two members of punk protest band Pussy Riot could be freed from prison and 30 people arrested in a Greenpeace protest could avoid jail under an...
Freed Arctic 30 activist would risk freedom again
Freed Arctic 30 activist would risk freedom again
Anthony Perrett, the first of six Britons among the Greenpeace Arctic 30 to be released on bail, has revealed details of the group's two months...
Eskom apologises for spying on Greenpeace, Earthlife
Eskom apologises for spying on Greenpeace, Earthlife
Eskom apologised on Monday for using a private security company at the Medupi power station in Limpopo to spy on three environmental bodies....
Dutch take Russia to maritime court over Greenpeace ship
Dutch take Russia to maritime court over Greenpeace ship
The 30 were protesting Arctic oil drilling last month.
Greenpeace holds global protests for release of detained activists
Greenpeace holds global protests for release of detained activists
Rock stars and celebrities joined a worldwide vigil on Saturday in support of 30 Greenpeace activists whose jailing by Russia after a protest...

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