Written by Miles Goodrich, Greenpeace Semester Summer 2012 Because students proved a critical force in sustaining the social movements of the last century, Greenpeace has developed its ...On August 27, 2012 / By Mary Sweeters
by Emily Euchner Throughout high school, I swam in Mountain Island Lake and the Catawba River every summer. It was only within the last year, after I graduated ...On July 12, 2012 / By admin
A set of train tracks in rural North Carolina is not the kind of place that brings iPads to mind. But this railroad is part of the chain ...On May 3, 2012 / By gwisniew
Guest blog by Gary Cook The first step to solving most problems is admitting that you have one. Apple has a growing coal problem, and once they come ...On May 2, 2012 / By admin
Post by Dan Cannon, Greenpeace Student Network It’s not everyday the Rainbow Warrior, a 190 foot sailboat, shows up in the small quiet town of Southport, NC, but ...On February 16, 2012 / By Dan Cannon
By: Robert Gardner Greenpeace International Executive Director Kumi Naidoo and local activists inspect the Riverbend coal plant in North Carolina. The plant, owned by Duke Energy, has emitted ...On December 7, 2011 / By Robert Gardner
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Greenpeace activists will be going on trial to fight felony charges for a protest at the P&G headquarters in Cincinnati.