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Greenpeace UK
yesterday at 12:40. Facebook
“Caring for these gorillas and nursing them back to health has been life-changing for the women”
Caring for these gorillas and nursing them back to health has been

'Gorilla moms': The women rescuing Congo's endangered primates

theguardian.com
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Greenpeace UK
yesterday at 11:01. Facebook
Apparently Coca-Cola love beaches - so why won't they address the issue of billions of their bottles polluting them?!

Ask Coke's CEO to take action on their ocean plastic pollution >> [ Act.gp Link ]
Apparently CocaCola love beaches so why wont they address the issue of
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Laura Greenaway
Sylvia Brend
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Greenpeace UK
yesterday at 08:07. Facebook
Lesley McEwan
Donnie Janice Grant
Eddie Zadeh
Greenpeace UK
Greenpeace UK
06/24/2017 at 16:04. Facebook
This wind turbine factory is a skaters' paradise - watch them make the most of it!

(via 10:10 climate action)
Jeremy Melling
Caroline Edwards
Gary Cochrane
Greenpeace UK
Greenpeace UK
06/24/2017 at 13:23. Facebook
Bad news: Coal power stations are one the world's largest sources of greenhouse gas emissions.

Good news: This polluting source of power is finally being phased out across the globe.
Bad news Coal power stations are one the worlds largest sources of

Global coal production sees biggest decline in history

treehugger.com
Henry Twigger
Anthony Stubbs
Rafiq Ahmed
Greenpeace UK
Greenpeace UK
06/24/2017 at 10:00. Facebook
Josh Govier
Greenpeace UK
Greenpeace UK
06/24/2017 at 08:28. Facebook
Coca-Cola's new #CokeSummer marketing campaign is kind of ironic when billions of their plastic bottles end up polluting beaches!

Ask Coke's CEO to take urgent action on ocean plastic pollution >> [ Act.gp Link ]
CocaColas new CokeSummer marketing campaign is kind of ironic when billions of
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Deborah Hargreaves
Bobbie Thompson
Greenpeace UK
Greenpeace UK
06/23/2017 at 15:45. Facebook
Leaving work on a Friday like...
Leaving work on a Friday like
Rafiq Ahmed
Shelagh Scott
Tracy Pearce
Greenpeace UK
Greenpeace UK
06/23/2017 at 14:15. Facebook
Arnold Schwarzenegger on climate change:

"this is not a party issue - it's a people issue"
Derek McNaughton
Josh Govier
Paul Howell
Greenpeace UK
Greenpeace UK
06/23/2017 at 13:03. Facebook
We're very excited to be working with artist Mandy Barker on an exciting #EndOceanPlastics collaboration. More details coming soon!

"Taking part in the Greenpeace Beluga II Expedition has made me even more aware of the need to draw attention to raise awareness of the issue of marine plastic pollution.

"To see at first hand the amount of plastic washed ashore is these beautiful remote and...
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Were very excited to be working with artist Mandy Barker on an
Rafiq Ahmed
Alexis Basso
John Lilley
Greenpeace UK
Greenpeace UK
06/23/2017 at 12:00. Facebook
Young people are teaching themselves how to change the world
Young people are teaching themselves how to change the world

12 Girls Create Solar-Powered Tent to Tackle Homelessness

ecowatch.com
Elliot Lord
Al Wato
Thorarrin Jezard
Greenpeace UK
Greenpeace UK
06/23/2017 at 10:11. Facebook
Meanwhile the Scottish government are deciding on whether to keep their ban on fracking...
Meanwhile the Scottish government are deciding on whether to keep their ban on fracking

Revealed: Scottish ministers' met with fracking firm Ineos five times in thirteen months

theferret.scot
Ron Valentine
Peter Young
Andrea Coleman
Greenpeace UK
Greenpeace UK
06/23/2017 at 09:04. Facebook
The government's own spending watchdog (the National Audit Office) has just released a report into Hinkley nuclear plant -- and it​'s a shocking read.

The report found that:
​* ​The government "did not sufficiently consider [Hinkley's] costs and risks for consumers"
​* ​​Hinkley nuclear plant will lock​ ​consumers into a ​"​risky and expensive project with uncertain strategic and economic...
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The governments own spending watchdog the National Audit Office has just released
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Shaun Patterson
Beverley Green
Greenpeace UK
Greenpeace UK
06/23/2017 at 07:53. Facebook
Solar is helping Syrians

Residents have had no electricity for four years and have relied on generators.

The siege means generator fuel is expensive and rare, which is where the solar panel generator comes in!
Solar is helping Syrians Residents have had no electricity for four years

Solar panels on wheels are solving water problems in Syria

phys.org
Eric de Haan
Jayne El Wared
John Lilley
Greenpeace UK
Greenpeace UK
06/22/2017 at 17:06. Facebook
What industry lobbyists call ‘red tape’ are often rules that save lives and protect our health and our environment.

Yet some want to use Brexit as an opportunity to ditch these rules.

Great work from our investigative journalists at Greenpeace Energydesk
What industry lobbyists call red tape are often rules that save lives

Senior MPs looked at cutting building regulation ‘red tape’ before Grenfell Tower blaze

energydesk.greenpeace.org
Ruben Frankish
Victoria Rimington
Tessa Michael
Greenpeace UK
Greenpeace UK
06/22/2017 at 15:44. Facebook
The world's BIGGEST coal company proves what many have been saying for years: we need to keep coal in the ground ????
The worlds BIGGEST coal company proves what many have been saying for

The world's biggest coal company just shut down 37 mines because they are not economically viable anymore

independent.co.uk
Linda M Ponter
Star Brigit
Dave Swan
Greenpeace UK
Greenpeace UK
06/22/2017 at 14:01. Facebook
Look how many people pitched in.

Another thing to remind us that most people are kind-hearted!
Ron Valentine
Alex Brown
Jason Slipper
Greenpeace UK
Greenpeace UK
06/22/2017 at 12:16. Facebook
A British MEP is trying to derail a planned EU ban on bee-harming pesticides.

Thankfully she didn't get anywhere, but this is one to keep an eye on as Brexit talks begin.
A British MEP is trying to derail a planned EU ban on beeharming pesticides

Conservative MEP looks to derail bee harming pesticide ban as Brexit talks begin

energydesk.greenpeace.org
John Lilley
Mary Anne Evans
David Greaves
Greenpeace UK
Greenpeace UK
06/22/2017 at 10:50. Facebook
Rachel Dagger
Sophia Shine
Lee Jones
Greenpeace UK
Greenpeace UK
06/22/2017 at 09:19. Facebook
One of the many Tory policies scrapped yesterday...

Yesterday the Queen's Speech outlined Theresa May's plans for her government.

But a law proposed in her manifesto that would make it easier for fracking companies to test drilling didn't make the cut.

Theresa May also affirmed the government's commitment to tackling climate change and implementing the Paris Climate Agreement. Let's hold...
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One of the many Tory policies scrapped yesterday
Mike Bernardin
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