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Indonesia rejects UN-backed deforestation initiative after Norway fails to pay up.
Greenpeace protest outside Downing Street
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Greenpeace dumps 625kg of plastic waste on Boris Johnson’s doorstep
The environmental organisation is taking action against the UK’s troubling relationship with plastic waste exports.
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Greenpeace protester parachuted into a Euro 2020 match to protest sponsorship by Volkswagen.
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Why is Greenpeace dropping boulders off the UK coast?
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