What is the importance of Greenpeace?
Greenpeace concentrates on the most vital threats worldwide to Earth’s biodiversity and environment. It “is an independent, campaigning organisation which uses non-violent, creative confrontation to expose global environmental problems, and to force solutions for a green and peaceful future.
How does Greenpeace help the environment?
Greenpeace investigates, documents and exposes the causes of environmental destruction. We work to bring about change by lobbying, consumer pressure and mobilising members of the general public. And we take peaceful direct action to protect our Earth and promote solutions for a green and peaceful future.
Where does Greenpeace help?
Greenpeace is present in more than 55 countries across Europe, the Americas, Asia, Africa and the Pacific. Greenpeace consists of Greenpeace International in Amsterdam, and Greenpeace national and regional offices.
What impact has Greenpeace had?
Greenpeace’s targets are wide-ranging. Early campaigns were aimed at the international whaling community and the organisation helped achieve a worldwide ban for commercial practice for signatories. It has also taken on major corporations and brands on issues such as deforestation, pollution, ocean welfare and more.
How does Greenpeace help natural resources?
We work to protect biodiversity in all its forms, from our majestic oceans, home to millions of awe-inspiring creatures to our mighty forests that help stabilize the climate, sustain life and are the source of culture for many Indigenous communities.
How does Greenpeace have an influence on science?
funding innovative scientific research on the impact of human activities on our planet. supporting pioneering investigations, gathering evidence to shine a light on environmental destruction. backing educational programmes which promote better understanding of environmental issues and solutions.
How does Greenpeace take action?
We defend the natural world and promote peace by investigating, exposing, and confronting environmental abuse, championing environmentally responsible solutions, and advocating for the rights and well-being of all people.