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Greenpeace

(ˈɡriːnˌpiːs)
n
(Environmental Science) an organization founded in 1971 that stresses the need to maintain a balance between human progress and environmental conservation. Members take active but nonviolent measures against what are regarded as threats to environmental safety, such as the dumping of nuclear waste in the sea
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The meeting was attended by Senator Samina Saeed, Green Peace Activists and senior officers from the Capital Development Authority (CDA).
The meeting, convened by Senator Mushahid Hussain Sayed, was attended by Senator Samina Saeed, Green Peace Activists and senior officers from the Capital Development Authority (CDA) Ministry of Climate Change along with all concerned.
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A International Red Cross B United Nations C Green Peace D Medicins Sans Frontieres 2.
Over the years, her brand has supported causes such as AIDS and HIV research, green peace movements, conservation, disaster relief, poverty, People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals, goal-reaching programs, and human rights.
When giving an interview to a local radio, Green Peace Broadcasting Station, on Friday morning, Tsai said the 2020 election is closely watched by other countries.
in 2009, before Heathrow's third runway was confirmed, Alistair McGowan, actress Emma Thompson and two other green peace activists bought land near Sipson, Middlesex, to try and scupper the plans.
His nationalistic zeal silences human rights groups like Green Peace and Amnesty International in a seemingly insane blitz on the environment.
They didn't make any appeal to the common people through this public hearing, he said, adding, "I think they also need public hearing to know the role of their leaders." Hasan, also the former forests and environment minister and ex-member of green peace movement, said Bangladesh has no liability for the climate changes.
Energy and Air Pollution Analyst Green Peace, Lauri Myllyvytra at a seminar organized by World Wildlife Fund (WWF) here said, 'Air pollution sources in Pakistani cities particularly Lahore and others are mainly industrial emissions, resuspended (to keep soil particles suspended back into air) soil, automobile sources and crop residual burning whereas the discharge level is the same in Karachi as well.
Folowing DG WWF-Pakistan's address Energy and Air Pollution Analyst Green Peace, Lauri presented his research on the prevalent air quality of Pakistan's leading cities.