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Greenpeace exists because this fragile Earth deserves a voice. It needs solutions. It needs change. It needs action.
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Greenpeace 1h
Tonnes of diesel and oil is leaking into the Indian Ocean, with dire consequences for ’ economy, food security and health. We must prioritise people and planet, above polluting fossil fuels.
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Greenpeace e.V. 24h
Street Art für eine friedliche Welt 🕊 In 8 Städten haben Greenpeace-Gruppen gemeinsam mit Künstlerinnen und Künstlern Motive in Gedenken an die Atombomenabwürfe über und erstellt. Schaut euch alle Motive an:
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Greenpeace UK Aug 9
The affects everyone - but not equally. People of colour are among those most negatively impacted - that's just one of the reasons why social justice must be at heart of our Read our blog below to find out more:
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Danqing Li Aug 6
Greenpeace reports that China had about 46 gigawatts of coal capacity under construction as of May 2020, with another 48 gigawatts under development. Local governments back coal projects in order to boost provincial economic and employment growth.
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Greenpeace 5h
To prevent oil spills from happening and to save our environment, keep fossil fuels in the ground.
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350 dot org 6h
"I have been spoken over, spoken for and spoken about without my consent. In many well-meaning activist spaces, I am erased." Isaac Nasedra of  navigates the predominantly white climate movement as a young Fijian man with his islands to save.
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Greenpeace NZ 8h
WIN! This is a big victory for Greenpeace and for all of the environmental advocacy groups and campaigners who work ensure Earth’s ability to sustain life in all its diversity. And it's a win for democracy. Protest and public good go hand in hand.
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Fridays For Future Aug 9
"Residents & environmentalists alike wondered why authorities did not act more quickly after the ship, the MV Wakashio, struck the reef on the southeast coast of the Indian Ocean island on July 25" No more coal, no more oil! Keep the carbon in the soil!
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The National Aug 9
Drone footage shows the extent of the oil spill in Mauritius
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Greenpeace 7h
Replying to @greenpeacekorea
Currently, floods are wreaking havoc all over the world in Asia, Africa, and Europe. This is a . Photos by
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Greenpeace 7h
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After more than 36 days of torrential rain in S. Korea, dozens have died with many more lives impacted by the floods and landslides. The country’s longest monsoon season on record is 49 days in 2013. The currently ongoing monsoon may surpass this and hit a new record high.
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Greenpeace 7h
Han River, the iconic symbol of city, have flooded and submerged its surrounding areas as one of the longest monsoon season continues to pummel provinces and cities across the country.
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BBC News (World) Aug 7
Dozens feared dead as houses buried after landslide caused by flooding in Kerala, India
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Greenpeace 12h
Floods in Asia and Africa have been wreaking havoc​ more than ever.​ Catastrophic flooding and landslides have displaced millions of people already this year. This is what looks like.
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Greenpeace 15h
“Above normal air temperatures, offshore winds and open water in front of the ice shelf are all part of the recipe for ice shelf break up” ?
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Greenpeace 17h
For the Kaiowá and Guarani Indigenous Peoples, Arandu means “listening to time, experiencing, knowing with the experience of life, in the intrinsic relationship with the environment”. Indigenous wisdom shows us the urgency to care for our planet.
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Greenpeace 19h
A picture is worth a thousand words. 👀See for yourself: The ice is melting. The planet is warming. This is a
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UN Ethiopia 20h
is the International Day of the World’s ' has had a devastating impact on more than 476 mln indigenous people around the world. Indigenous peoples must be consulted in all efforts to back stronger & better.' -
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ipbes Aug 2
August 9th is International Day of the World's Peoples🌺 Comprising less than 5% of the world's population, peoples protect 80% of global . Learn more from 👇
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UN_Cameroon 23h
Today we celebrate the International Day of the World's Indigenous Peoples. The voice of indigenous people needs to be heard! Recently , visited “the hidden village” in Kribi, Cameroon, to listen to the voice of the pygmy community on the world they want.
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