Indian Authorities Stop Greenpeace Campaigner From Leaving Country

By: Wednesday February 4, 2015 7:05 am

Priya Pillai, a campaigner for Greenpeace in India, was scheduled to testify to MPs in the United Kingdom last month on the impact of coal mining in the Mahan province. However, customs did not allow her to leave and stamped “offloading” on her passport. She then went back to her home. Authorities in India refused to provide [...]

Uprisings Everywhere: Activism Spreads to China, the Arctic

By: Friday April 22, 2011 12:24 pm

Given the hollowed-out state of our politics and the dubious ability to seek justice and accountability through the courts, the streets are increasingly the only refuge for change. We’ve seen the Arab world erupt and tangible changes come to pass in a few countries as a result of their uprising. But this isn’t localized. In [...]

Greenpeace Rejects The Climate Compromise

By: Friday April 23, 2010 12:45 pm

They’re the first of what I imagine will be several enviro groups: Offering the first evidence of the complex Senate debate that lies ahead on an energy reform bill, the environmental group Greenpeace said Friday it intends to oppose the legislation that a bipartisan group of Senators intend to introduce next week. “Although we appreciate [...]

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