greenpeace

Right to Repair

Want a Laptop That's Easy to Repair? Look Beyond Apple and Microsoft

A new report issued by iFixit and Greenpeace shows just how user-hostile laptops from Apple and Microsoft are compared to competitors like HP and Samsung.
Nicholas Deleon
6.27.17
meltdown

Canada’s Nuclear Province Isn’t Ready for Its Fukushima, Critics Say

Ontario has launched a public consultation on its nuclear emergency plan.
Kate Lunau
5.19.17
Australia

Australia Is Letting the Great Barrier Reef Die Over a Lot of Coal

The Great Barrier Reef is dying, and only politicians can save it.
Sarah Emerson
4.6.16
mexico

The World's Most Endangered Marine Mammal Might Have Just Got a Lifeline

New agreements show increased attention to the plight of the vaquita, but environmental organisations warn that the effort needs to be international.
Victoria Turk
10.15.15
Paris

The Road to a 100% Clean-Powered Planet

The man who predicted the clean energy boom of the last ten years outlines how the world can transition to 100% clean power.
Brian Merchant
9.21.15
Hell or Salt Water

​The Race to Save the Vaquita, the World’s Most Endangered Marine Mammal

There are fewer than 100 vaquitas left, and it's all due to the illegal poaching of a fish that lives in the same waters.
Victoria Turk
8.14.15
News

Tuna Fishermen Speak Out: 'We Are Not Being Treated as Humans'

New Greenpeace interviews add to the mounting evidence of human rights violations in the fishing industry.
Kaleigh Rogers
7.28.15
climate change

The Viral-Ready Occupation of Shell's Arctic Oil Rig

Greenpeace's latest viral stunt is like a real-life action flick. We chat with one of the activists who scaled the rig.
Brian Merchant
4.7.15
activism

Guess Who Most Accurately Predicted the Clean Energy Market Boom

The world's most sophisticated, well-paid energy analysts all drastically underestimated the growth in renewable power. One group didn't.
Brian Merchant
3.24.15
greenpeace

High Res Photos of the Activist Blimp That Spied on the NSA's Data Center

Greenpeace and the Electronic Frontier Foundation set out to return the favor on the National Security Agency.
Jason Koebler
6.27.14
Power

Big Data's Dirty Secret

Greenpeace accuses some internet companies of using fossil fuels and lacking transparency.
Victoria Turk
4.3.14
Motherboard Blog

Bonnie "Prince" Billy Sings for the Arctic 30 Ship Captain Detained in Russia on Piracy Charges

The 'Arctic 30' have been charged with piracy for protesting offshore drilling in the Arctic. The famed indie folk rebel records a tune in their honor, and Motherboard has the exclusive debut.
Brian Merchant
11.23.13
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