Greenpeace

Jessica Corbett, staff writer
Clarice Akinyi washes clothes in Mashimoni village, Nairobi, Kenya
"Our broken economies are lining the pockets of billionaires and big business at the expense of ordinary men and women. No wonder people are starting to question whether billionaires should even exist."
Jessica Corbett, staff writer
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"Stop the Money Pipeline" campaign demands that banks, insurers, and asset...
Jessica Corbett, staff writer
Indonesian children wade in their flooded neighborhood
Greenpeace Indonesia demanded climate action "in accordance with the advice of...

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Furious that Arctic-trashing Shell is using kid-friendly LEGO to clean up its image - reportedly selling 16 million Shell-branded toys worth $116 million - Greenpeace has begun a campaign aimed at pressuring LEGO to end the sketchy partnership. Protests at England's Legloland, and a darkly stunning new ad in which an idyllic Arctic, huskies and all, drowns in oil.