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Debra Mayfield, Kert Davies and Robert Gardner discuss an amazing campaign between: Earth justice, NAACP, American nurses association, The Hip Hop Caucus, Physicians for Social responsibility, National Latino Coalition on Climate Change, National Council Of Churches and Labor Council for Latin American Advancement please visit these groups online to learn more, and join the fight
Mark Flogel reports on genetically modified food, and the mad scientist who are trying to test it on you
Mark Floegel gives us all something timeless to think about
Research director Kert Davies and James Turner discuss a recent trip to the North pole, that included follow activist from around the globe please subscribe and leave your comments thank you
A round table discussion, framing the concept of Earth day being every day and not just once a year
Mark Floegel delivers recent updates on Shell oil and Arctic drilling. Go to www.greenpeace.org to learn more
Climate change 2013: a call to battle
Kert Davies, Jim Riccio and Dave Lochbaum discuss how flooding can shut down a nuclear power plant and put us all in danger
An important report on Artic Drilling with our fellow campaigner Ben Ayliffe
A riveting report from the front lines of Hurricane Sandy aftermath. Our guest include activist Sam Corbin, and 3 members of the Greenpeace semester program
The Impact of seismic blasts on whales in California near Diablo canyon nuclear plant
A close look at why nukes can be deadly to our global whale population Don't just listen, get involved at www.greenpeace.org
A look at which Presidential candidate is better for the environment. And revisiting the BP oil clean up efforts in the Gulf. With some new information that isn't making it to mainstream media
Greenpeace joined a coalition of environmental, civil rights and democracy reform groups that are calling upon Duke Energy to join the 38 other companies that have left the American Legislative Exchange Council. ALEC is a corporate bill mill that brings companies like Duke, Exxon, Koch Industries, Phillip Morris and other bad actors together with conservative state lawmakers in order to draft laws. Duke Energy in particular has deep ties to ALEC, sending it tens of thousands of dollars in support, helping ALEC oversee state operations in South Carolina and Indiana, and supporting the creation of ALEC2019s anti-environmental bills. While Duke claims to take climate and clean energy initiatives seriously, its work through ALEC undermines climate science and blocks clean energy.
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