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    Brent Spar Case

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    Government (Kirby 1998). In 1995, Shell announced the granted dispose plan to the world. However, this has been strongly objected by the Greenpeace, other NGOs, European Ministers and the public. Many protests, campaigns against ocean dumping, and objection voices form the stakeholders have contributed to the reverser of Shell UK disposing decision (Greenpeace 2015). In 29…

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    What Is Non-Proliferation?

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    Fukushima disaster: As Greenpeace International has limited resources (only accepts funds from individuals), thus their activities also are very limited. Nevertheless, the Greenpeace radiation experts went to Fukushima to investigate and expose the extent of radioactive contamination after 10 days of the explosion. Again, this year they went to the same…

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    Devastating Bees

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    no more animals, no more man.” (Goodreads). Insect pollinators are responsible for approximately one third of food crops (Greenpeace, 3) Most wild plants rely on indirect or direct pollination in order to reproduce and thus the environment and economy govern on successful pollination (Green Peace, 3). Pollination, in most geographic regions, is primarily due to bees (Greenpeace, 3) There are two main types of bees; European honey bees and Bumble bees (Birch, 3) Bee populations, both honey and…

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    Based o the measurements, there were no significant differences where the whales were shot. The location of the shits and number of shots were similar to the old data. In fact, the Greenpeace video revealed that the location of the harpoon strikes were actually slightly closer to the brain than the past data. Being shot closer to the brain of the whale is a more likely chance for a faster death. For the whales not killed instantly the…

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    POLITICAL PURPOSE IN NEW ZEALAND As discussed above, a charitable trust is an irrevocable trust established for charitable purposes, and is thus an exception to the general proposition that trusts for purpose are invalid. It is designed to benefit, ameliorate or uplift mankind mentally, morally or physically. In New Zealand, the matters regarding to charity is governed by Charities Act 2005. Section 5 of the Act explains the meaning of charitable purpose where it includes every charitable…

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    race, much attention has been brought to Donald Trump’s alleged claim that climate change is a hoax created by the Chinese. Although he denies making the statement, many registered voters believe that global warming does not exist. In the article, “Greenpeace Co-Founder: No Scientific Evidence of Man-Made Global Warming,” Michael Bastasch (2014) claims that “there is no scientific evidence that human activity is causing the planet to warm” (par. 1). In particular, Bastasch uses statements from…

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    awareness, radical change and enforcement in environmental laws through social media and the government, people can also be more aware of why we need to lessen our gas emissions. Although it might be a greater cost when it comes to money, but just as Greenpeace stated, the potential damage of no change is even greater. President Obama’s plans, although I fully support his plan, I feel that it would be better if, instead of just increasing funding research for renewable technology, it would also…

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    Paul Watson, the Sea Shepherd Conservation Society does whatever it takes to stop crews on Japanese whaling vessels from slaughtering whales. Watson was also cofounder and board member of Sea Shepherd’s sister organization, Greenpeace. But, supposedly, he broke away from Greenpeace, because that organization’s mission is solely to record and expose the Japanese whaling fleet’s illegal whaling, not to interfere with it. Contrarily, Sea Shepherd tries to interfere as much as possible. Watson’s…

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    Whaling Persuasive Essay

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    Saving the wales would be the next big advancer that Greenpeace would go on and it would be one of the longest things that they were ever all dedicated too and this was long before Greenpeace became the way they are today. This would start out with having the us and Canada ban whaling which was not hard to do after proving the facts about how over hunted these animal are. Whale are one of the only animals with bigger brains then humans along with dolphins. And according to Dr. Moore this means…

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    Philips Case Study

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    Table of Contents No table of contents entries found. Part I About Philips Philips is a 120 year old Dutch company headquartered in Amsterdam with business focused in the following areas:- a) Philips Consumer Lifestyle b) Philips Healthcare c) Philips Lighting Philips is one of the largest electronics companies in the world with presence in more than 60 countries. Key Figures:- History of CSR at Philips Philips had set Board of Management’s guidelines for environmental…

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