January 23

  • Cameroon: Timber Trade - High Risk, Low Reward [opinion]

    The fight against illegal logging in Cameroon has been a long one - several decades long in fact. Therefore the conclusion from the influential think tank Chatham House that this... Read more »



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November 21, 2014

  • South Africa: Greenpeace Africa's New Adventure [press release]

    Having a world where people are aware and responsible for their actions is most important not only for us but for the environment as well. Environmental degradation is sometimes... Read more »



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November 12, 2014

  • Africa: Plastic Has No Business Here

    During Marine Month this past October, NGO volunteers, scholars from Westville Girls High School and Westville Boys High School, and concerned local citizens, partook in a... Read more »



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September 08, 2014

  • Africa: Activism for the Future [press release]

    At the core of our work at Greenpeace Africa is our dedicated team of volunteers from across the continent. Often the first we turn to when we need an extra pair of hands, these... Read more »



September 04, 2014

  • Africa: Pretty Green [press release]

    My name is Michillay Brown, I am a 23 year old student living near the The Melville Koppies Nature Reserve and the Greenpeace Africa office, organizations that I am passionate and... Read more »



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July 15, 2014

  • Africa: The New Scramble for Africa [press release]

    Who should control African agriculture? That's the fundamental question underlying the World Development Movement's (WDM) latest set of infographics. They show how we're... Read more »

  • Congo-Kinshasa: DRC's Trees Are Endangered Too [opinion]

    When one thinks of endangered species, the usual large animals spring to mind. Elephants, tigers, rhinos. And quite rightly they are the ones who get the lion's share of the... Read more »

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