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Midi Festival

Feature Story | 2008-09-27 at 6:00

It's on. It's off. It's on again. The 2008 Midi Music Festival, Beijing's biggest outdoor rock music party, pushed back from May, will now be held October 1 to 5. Greenpeace will be there. Will you?

Greenpeace made some serious noise at last

Image | 2008-09-27 at 15:34

Greenpeace made some serious noise at last year's Midi Music Festival.

Tourism representative expresses concern

Press release | 2008-10-01 at 6:00

Greenpeace conducted an on-site monitoring in Mong Kong Pedestrian Area, a hot spot where a lot of tourists are usually found, 2 days prior to “Oct 1 Golden Week”. According to the results, it was discovered that the level of suspended...

Annual Report 2007

Publication | 2008-10-10 at 16:37

Greenpeace East Asia grew into one of the organisation’s largest global offices both in terms of staff numbers and in the volume of ongoing projects last year. We now have 77 full-time employees spread over our Hong Kong, Beijing and Guangzhou...

Eco

Image | 2008-10-14 at 6:00

Eco-farming, such as raising ducks in rice fields, is the best strategy to adapting to climate change.

China's overall food production may plunge

Image | 2008-10-15 at 12:32

China's overall food production may plunge by up to 23% by 2050 from 2000 levels because of land loss, water shortages and temperature rise.

Duck

Image | 2008-10-20 at 16:54

Duck-rice farming beats GE rice hands down when it comes to guaranteeing food security.

Coal is responsible for 80 percent of China’s

Image | 2008-10-24 at 6:00

Coal is responsible for 80 percent of China’s annual carbon dioxide emissions, a key greenhouse gas. The major source of carbon dioxide from coal is from coal-fired power stations like this one in Beijing.

These 1

Image | 2008-10-24 at 6:00

These 1,500-year-old carved deities in the Yunguang caves in Datong are being destroyed with an acidic mixture made from black coal dust and sulphur dioxide pollution.

Coal mines are like huge scars on the landscape

Image | 2008-10-24 at 6:00

Coal mines are like huge scars on the landscape. They damage water resources, cause subsidence, pollution, and ecological damage to the surrounding area.

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