Caribou are among those threatened by potential drilling in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge
Stop the Whale Hunt!
Kimberly Clark, the makers of Kleenex, support the destruction of Ancient Boreal Forests for the disposable tissues. To learn more, visit our<a href="http://ww w.greenpeace.org/usa /campaigns/forests/k leercut">Kle ercut</a> page on...
Polar Bear Protest
An image of the 'Polar Bear Street Art' installations by Mark Jenkins in Washington D.C. in September 2008. The installations were to help people draw a deeper and more immediate connection to the reality of the climate crisis.
Mismanagement of forest resources
Shocking new photos reveal the existence of a massive stockpile of old-growth logs that are destined to become disposable products like Kleenex tissue and Cottonelle toilet paper for tissue giant Kimberly-Clark. The logs originate from the Ogoki Forest, t
Tokyo Two Banner at Japanese Embassy
A Greenpeace activist in a whale costume stands by a banner for the Tokyo Two during a visit the Japanese Embassy in Washington February 12, 2010. The visit was in part to deliver letters and ask for a fair trial in Japan for activists Junichi Sato and To
The loss of just three adult whales could spell extinction for the entire endangered sperm whale population in the Gulf of Mexico. Tell Dr. Jane Lubchenco, the head of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, to protect the sperm whale and ...
Cape Evans Anarctica
Greenpeace Antarctica Expedition 1991/92. Weddell seal basking in the sun on the site of the main World Park Base building.