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Jennifer Lavers / University of Tasmania

38 Million Pieces of Plastic Found on One of World's Most Remote Islands

By Louisa Casson

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A truly shocking 38 million pieces of plastic have been found on Henderson Island, one of the Pitcairn Islands that make up one of the UK's last remaining overseas territories.

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How This Oil Giant Influences Curriculum at Top Dutch University

By Emma Howard

Shell has a contractual agreement with a major Dutch university, which allows the oil giant to influence its curriculum, according to documents seen by Energydesk.

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Greenpeace

Join the Summer of Resistance to Protect Our Planet

This summer, Greenpeace is traveling the country to train thousands of people in creative, non-violent resistance. And I want you to be one of them.

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Bureau of Land Management

Trump Order Could Open Up Area Larger Than Yellowstone to Drilling

An investigation by Greenpeace, published Wednesday by Bloomberg, has revealed that more than 2.7 million acres of iconic U.S. land could be at risk from fossil fuel exploration following Donald Trump's decision to review the protection on dozens of national monuments.

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Mindless Overconsumption Is Destroying You and the Planet

By Frances Lo

Do your clothes make you happy? Or, after the excitement of the shopping spree fades, does your new stuff tend to lose its in-store magic by the time it's reached your wardrobe?

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Mídia Ninja / Mobilização Nacional Indígena

Indigenous Peoples’ Protest in Brazil Met With Police Brutality

By Dawn Bickett

A group of farmers viciously attacked a nearby Indigenous community in Brazil on Sunday. Thirteen Indigenous People were wounded. Two men had limbs hacked off with a machete.

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Chris Weeks

Bumble Bee Pleads Guilty, Agrees to Pay $25 Million

By Graham Forbes

The Justice Department announced Monday that Bumble Bee has agreed to plead guilty to one count of fixing the prices of canned tuna sold in the U.S. and pay a $25 million criminal fine.

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Stephanie Keith / Greenpeace

Thousands Protest as Trump Makes First Hometown Visit

Activists from Greenpeace USA joined thousands of New Yorkers Thursday to send a direct message of shared resistance to the Trump administration and its destructive policies.

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