Greenpeace Canada

Greenpeace Canada

Address:250 Dundas St W, Suite 605
Toronto, ON M5T2Z5

Phone:416-597-8408
Fax:416-597-8422
Phone:800-320-7183
Web: www.greenpeace.ca
Established: 1971. Description:Dedicated to ensuring the ability of the earth to nurture life in all its diversity. Greenpeace seeks to protect biodiversity in all its forms; promote peace, global disarmament, and nonviolence; prevent pollution and abuse of the earth's oceans, lands, and fresh water; and to end all nuclear threats. Members: 73,000. Dues: Donations accepted.

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Five groups, including the David Suzuki Foundation, Greenpeace Canada and the Sierra Club of BC, brought the court challenge with representation by Ecojustice.
Greenpeace Canada says CNRL had nearly twice as many pipeline incidents as other companies in Alberta.
She is a climate and energy campaigner with Greenpeace Canada and is currently completing her Masters in Indigenous Governance at the University of Victoria.
Mike Hudema, Climate and Energy Campaigner with Greenpeace Canada said the rupture was the latest in a chain of spills to hit Alberta.
Progress has not always been easy, and the detente between the traditional rivals in the conservation and industry camps can be fragile; i December 2012, Greenpeace Canada pulled out of the agreement, in part because it says that progress on concrete objectives has been too slow.
Perhaps most important to note is that the coalition also involves Greenpeace Canada - important because historically GPC did not take foundation funding but has now been listed for several grants from Tides Canada for this work.
However, Greenpeace Canada is critical of the plan, arguing that "is trying to bury its biggest public relations problem: radioactive waste.
Logging is making global warming worse," says Christy Ferguson, a forests campaigner for Greenpeace Canada and co-author of the report.
It is time to challenge governmental policies which promote agrofuels," believes Eric Darier of Greenpeace Canada.
Greenpeace International and Greenpeace Canada decided to stage a protest against logging on Roderick Island, BC.
This paper explores the history of Greenpeace Canada from 1971 to 2000 and its relationship to the working class.
Pat Venditti, Genetic Engineering Campaigner for Greenpeace Canada, says, "Let's hope GE wheat permanently joins GE flax, GE tomatoes and GE potatoes in the dustbin of bad ideas.