Greenpeace

Nika Knight, staff writer
2014 Keystone XL protest
Nearly ten years after pipeline company TransCanada first applied for a State Department permit for the controversial Keystone XL pipeline , the Trump administration has reversed the previous administration's decision and signed off on the "disastrous" project. "The Keystone XL pipeline is a disaster for people, wildlife, and the planet," said...
Nika Knight, staff writer
The 70-foot, hand-painted banner appeared to hang above the White House for several hours.
Greenpeace activists have unfurled a 70-foot, hand-painted banner declaring "...
Jon Queally, staff writer
In a vote strictly along party lines, Republican members of the Senate Foreign...

Further

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.