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Greenpeace works to protect our oceans and forests. Deforestation, climate change, and ocean pollution are the real threat to our environment that needs real solutions. Protecting nature means protecting the livelihood for both human and wildlife alike in the most vital places on the planet. Greenpeace needs your help to fulfill this vision.

Palm Oil Plantations. © Greenpeace / Daniel Beltrá
Sumatran Tiger in Tambling Wildlife Nature Conservation. © Paul Hilton / Greenpeace

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On September 20, we will sound the alarm and demand urgent action from corporations most responsible for the climate crisis!

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Restore Forests: Restore Life

10 years ago, companies committed to eliminate deforestation from their products by 2020 and yet they are no where near…

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The threats facing our oceans are getting more urgent, find out how you can make a difference

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Indonesia’s irreplaceable rainforests and carbon-rich peatlands are now being destroyed, join the fight to protect our forests!

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End the air pollution crisis once and for all, because no-one should have to worry about what they breathe.

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Climate change is happening. Those who have contributed the least to the climate crisis are the most at risk. That’s…

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Latest Reports

Seabound: The Journey to Modern Slavery on the High Seas

December 2019

For several years now, international media has shone a spotlight on the inhumane working conditions of migrant fishers from Southeast Asia. The vessels they work on reportedly use destructive, illegal,…

Indonesian Forest Fires Crisis: Palm oil and pulp companies with largest burned land areas are going unpunished 

September 2019

A total of 3,403,000 hectares (ha) of land burned between the years 2015 and 2018 in Indonesia, according to analysis of official government burn scar data. In 2015 alone more…

Double Standard: How Japan’s Financing of Highly Polluting Overseas Coal Plants Endangers Public Health

August 2019

‘Double Standard Report’ reveals the deadly consequences of the double standard, in terms of premature deaths caused by air pollution, and evaluates how many of those deaths could be avoided…

From Sea to Can: 2018 Southeast Asia Canned Tuna Ranking Report

December 2018

Greenpeace is running an international campaign to steer the global tuna industry towards more environmentally and socially responsible sourcing.

Polluting Paradise

April 2018

How the Celukan Bawang coal-fired power plant is destroying the health and well-being of people in northern Bali.

Still Cooking the Climate

November 2017

How the Palm Oil Industry Continues to Drive Deforestation

Jakarta’s Silent Killer

October 2017

How The City’s Dangerous Levels Of Air Pollution Are About To Get Even Worse

Myanmar Coal Report 2017

May 2017

COAL : A PUBLIC HEALTH CRISIS IN MYANMAR

Turn The Tide

December 2016

Greenpeace’s 12-month long investigation exposes the activities of Thailand’s rogue overseas fishing fleets, the companies behind them and their supply chain connections to export markets.

From Sea to Can: 2016 Southeast Asia Canned Tuna Ranking

November 2016

“From Sea to Can: 2016 Southeast Asia Canned Tuna Ranking” is here! Examining the region’s tuna canneries and the integrity of their supply chains

Mapping transparency: Essential to stopping Indonesia’s fires

March 2016

A briefer on Greenpeace Indonesia’s initiative to support transparency and the public interest through the Kepo Hutan map platform.

Supply Chained

November 2015

Human rights abuses in the global tuna industry

Oceans in the Balance: Thailand in Focus

June 2013

Threats to Coastal and Marine Ecosystems.

Briefing Paper: Mindanao at an energy crossroads

November 2010

Plans to build more coal plants in Mindanao southern Philippines, the country’s second largest island group, are underway.

Coal, not cheap, not clean

November 2010

Coal is the dirtiest, most carbon intensive of all fossil fuels, emitting 29 percent more carbon per unit of energy than oil and 80 percent more than gas, it is…

The Energy [R]evolution

November 2010

The Greenpeace Energy [R]evolution is a detailed, practical blueprint for cutting carbon emissions while achieving economic growth by replacing fossil fuels with renewable energy and energy efficiency technologies.

Common platform on saving Indonesia`s forests to protect global climate : Indonesia civil society Organizations

October 2010

The Indonesia Civil Society Organizations Common Platform recommends