On the eve of the World Cup a look at deforestation in Russia.
Russia has all the right potentials for renewables. So why is there so little installed capacity?
German wind turbine manufacturer have won the contract to supply turbines to what will the largest Russian wind farm
Photo credit: YouTube. Little is reported by mainstream media about the devastating impact of fossil fuels in Russia, the world’s largest land mass. Indigenous people and green groups would tell you about […]
Iraqi security forces and volunteers who have joined forces to fight militants. Photo credit: Reuters / Stringer. By Anders Lorenzen In the last half a year we have seen further evidence […]
Russian state owned oil and gas company Gazprom, responsible for the majority of Ukraine’s gas imports. Photo credit: Ricardo N. Cabral via flickr. By Anders Lorenzen When countries set out their cases […]
The Russian coastguard holds Greenpeace activists at gunpoint. Photo credit: Greenpeace. By Anders Lorenzen Thursday afternoon environmental campaign group Greenpeace peaceful protest against Arctic drilling took a violent turn as the Russian […]
‘If the oil men leave us in peace, we will always be able support ourselves’ says Siberian reindeer herder
Reindeer herders contemplate the devastation caused by onshore oil spills on their land. Credit: Greenpeace Russia By Maria Favorskaya, Greenpeace Russia A trip to reindeer herders’ family in Siberia For centuries Siberia […]
By Dima Litvinov, Greenpeace Campaigner Last week we brought you a blog about the current tour by the Greenpeace ship the Arctic Sunrise, which is peacefully protesting and observing the escalation of […]