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  • n  an international organization that works for environmental conservation and the preservation of endangered species
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  • EU presents post-Fukushima nuclear safety rules
    EU presents post-Fukushima nuclear safety rules BRUSSELS (AP) — The European Commission proposed tougher nuclear safety rules Thursday, amid international debate about the future of nuclear energy and how to secure aging plants. Environmental group Greenpeace said the new rules do not do enough to address potential terrorist threats, or to increase the powers of nuclear regulators, which have ...
    June 14, 2013 - Beaumont Enterprise
  • Morton Grove man explores war-torn Syria
    Tyler Smith wanted to see the Syrian conflict with his own eyes. When the Morton Grove native arrived earlier this year, he wasn’t with the Red Cross, Greenpeace or the United States military.
    June 13, 2013 - Skokie Review
  • Facebook turns on hydroelectric data center in Sweden
    The social network's first data center in Europe runs on hydropower. What does Greenpeace say?
    June 13, 2013 - GreenBiz

  • Bohlen in Vancouver Sun
    We called it Greenpeace farm but we didn't do that formally,said Marie. "We were just living on a farm and trying to live close to the land."
  • Helen Clark in International Herald Tribune
    My advice is if you can't see a way of getting that boat out of there without some help either from the American vessel or from Greenpeace or from somebody else, the world is going to be very upset if there's a major spill in that area,Clark...
  • Greg Hunt in The Australian
    It's almost a month since Labor promised that The Oceanic Viking would be out on the high seas - weeks and weeks later the ship has still not caught up with the Japanese fleet,Mr Hunt told AAP. "Greenpeace is having to do the Australian...

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