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Entries with Keyword greenpeace

One of the very few sectors in Argentina that, amid a steep recession, is actually increasing its production, the government has a lot invested in Vaca Muerta.

Along with big oil companies, the Macri administration is chomping at the bit

Climate change is no longer a distant threat. There was a time when we thought of it as a problem for future generations. Not anymore.

Climate change is here and it’s rapidly getting worse. Its consequences are suffered by citizens …

The City Legislature passed today a controversial bill allowing the City government to incinerate urban waste generated in the capital. The method was forbidden by the so-called Basura Cero (zero garbage) law from 2007 – passed before President Mauricio Macri …

Almost ten years have passed since the enactment of the Forest Law, an essential tool to solve the forest emergency our country is suffering. Although in the last three years deforestation has halved, the law is not being enforced as …

Seven Greenpeace activists scaled the Obelisco in the City of Buenos Aires’s center this morning to demand that President Mauricio Macri close a mine in San Juan Province that saw a massive cyanide spill last September on periglacial ground — …

As reported by local press today, Greenpeace activists are taking creative leaps to call for the closure of Canadian company Barrick Gold’s Veladero mine in San Juan Province in light of the massive cyanide spill at the site last …

You may have heard of the recent environmentalist protests against Monsanto, possibly on this very site. Conversely, if you follow some environmental activist friends on Facebook, you may have spotted a trend in Monsanto-related share posts recently. No need …

News broke last week that the Russian authorities had granted bail to Hernán Pérez Orsi and Camila Speziale, the two Argentines arrested along with 28 other Greenpeace activists two months ago while staging a protest at a Gazprom oil platform