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Impact Report 2015

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Publication date: 
4 September, 2015

Welcome to our 2015 Impact Report, written to remind you of what we achieved last year to protect our planet, I hope you are inspired.

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Impact Report 2014

Last edited 19 May 2015 at 5:39pm
Publication date: 
4 September, 2014

Welcome to our 2014 Impact Report, written to remind you of what we achieved last year to protect our planet, I hope you are inspired.

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Impact Report 2013

Last edited 29 April 2015 at 8:53am
Publication date: 
4 September, 2014

Welcome to our 2013 Impact Report, written to remind you of what we achieved last year to protect our planet, I hope you are inspired.

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Impact Report 2012

Last edited 4 July 2013 at 6:49pm
Publication date: 
28 June, 2013

Welcome to our 2012 Impact Report, written to remind you of what we achieved last year to protect our planet, I hope you are inspired.

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Our global impact

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The environmental problems we’re facing are global in nature; the world's atmosphere, oceans, ancient forests and biodiversity are global commons, and their destruction affects the world as a whole. We believe that our work to defend the natural world and promote peace needs to happen globally, across regional and national borders.

An international organisation


Greenpeace is an international organisation: we have 28 national and regional offices around the world, providing a presence in over 40 countries, as well as an international office in Amsterdam. National and regional offices (like Greenpeace UK) work within their own local countries to carry out jointly agreed global campaign strategies, which are coordinated by Greenpeace International to make sure we have a truly global impact. Read more.

About Greenpeace

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We are passionate about protecting the Earth – the only life support system we have. We are independent. That means we can tackle power, not problems. We do this by investigating, documenting and exposing the causes of environmental destruction. We work to bring about change through political lobbying, citizen action and consumer pressure. And we will take peaceful direct action to protect this fragile planet and promote the solutions for a green and peaceful future.

Greenpeace was founded by a small group of activists in 1971. Today, we have a presence in more than 40 countries. While the size of the organisation may have changed, our commitment to defending the planet and promoting peace, to achieving positive change through action, and to realising our vision of a green and peaceful world is as strong as ever.

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