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Scores of people in Johannesburg have joined a global demonstration to demand environmentally friendly energy.
Two dozen protesters were arrested in Washington, while demonstrating against hydraulic fracturing and the US gas industry's push to sell 'fracked' liquefied natural gas abroad.
About 20 Greenpeace activists have blocked access to a Romanian shale gas exploration site run by US energy group Chevron, in a third attempt to scupper the company's operations.
Russia in a 'surprise move' is to release Greenpeace's Dutch-flagged Arctic Sunrise ship, seized last year after a protest against Arctic oil drilling, the environmental group says.
Greenpeace says activists at Rotterdam port are attempting to prevent the mooring of a Russian tanker carrying the first oil from a new offshore platform in the Arctic.
A report by Global Witness, says murders of those protecting land rights and the environment have soared dramatically with very little legal recourse to those who perpetrated these crimes.
Greenpeace environmental activists have dumped a truckload of coal at the doorstep of France's presidential palace just hours before a visit by German Chancellor Angela Merkel.
When a private sports club in an upmarket Dhaka neighbourhood 'grabbed' a children's park for development this year, it sparked a wave of enraged protests rarely seen in impoverished Bangladesh.
Earthlife Africa will protest against a proposed nuclear deal outside Eskom's offices in Braamfontein, Johannesburg.
India has asked the central bank to tighten controls on moving funds from abroad into Greenpeace's accounts, intensifying concerns that the Prime Minister Modi will be tough on foreign-funded activist groups.
Greenpeace says activists have boarded two offshore drilling rigs in a protest against oil and gas exploration in Arctic waters.
A UK animal rights activist was jailed for six years on Thursday for her part in a Europe-wide campaign of intimidation targeting a leading animal testing company.
A protest has erupted over the Keystone XL pipeline at the White House, with hundreds of students being arrested, many calling this the biggest act of civil disobedience in this generation.
A simmering division between Barack Obama and US environmental groups is starting to boil over, with the presidents embrace of increased oil and gas production.
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