August 29, 2017
A Plea for Sense on International Day Against Nuclear Tests
By Bunny McDiarmid
Can the world come to its senses on nuclear weapons?
April 14, 2016
Taiwan's Illegal Fishing Is 'Out of Control'
By Linda van der Horst
Illegal fishing has Taiwan facing a ban on seafood exports to the EU.
September 09, 2015
US-China: Climate Change Challenge and Opportunity
By Li Shuo
A climate deal offers hope for US-China relations – and for the world’s future.
August 21, 2015
Kiribati and the Future of Coal
By Kumi Naidoo
This Pacific Island nation’s stand on coal has the power to shift climate politics.
August 06, 2015
Hiroshima and Nagasaki: Remembering the Power of Peace
By Kumi Naidoo
Japan’s nuclear history reflects humanity’s capacity for destruction – and peace.
June 26, 2015
Under Fire: NGOs Face Increasing Hostility
By Luke Hunt
Long accustomed to occupying the moral high ground, NGOs are coming in for increasing criticism.
June 04, 2015
Modi's Systematic Clampdown on Indian Civil Society Must Stop
By Sanjay Kumar
The Indian government is growing less tolerant of debate and dissent each day. This is immensely troubling.
December 28, 2013
Pardon Me, Mr. Putin
By Ankit Panda
Vladimir Putin has granted amnesty to a slew of political opponents in Russia. Why?
December 15, 2012
How International Pressure Can Change Chinese Factories
Will fashion brands phase out the use of hazardous chemicals from their entire supply chain?
November 14, 2012
'Blowing in the Wind?': China's Energy Future
Despite persistent challenges, a new Greenpeace report finds wind power might have a bright future in China.
February 17, 2012
Tackling China's Toxic Factories
Transparency is key to cleaning up China’s factories. Undercover young environmentalists are trying to help.
December 20, 2011
Greenpeace on China
The Diplomat speaks to Greenpeace’s Li Yan about the Durban climate conference and China’s energy policy.
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