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What does greenpeace means?
Greenpeace is an independent global campaigning and a beneficial organisation that acts to change attitudes and behaviours.
They hit the bigtime in 1971, year in which the environmental movement born spontaneously. A minimum group of Canadian nuclear activists, they united and formed a small organization called "Do not Make a WaveCommittee" in protest against a disturbing nuclear testing that United States was doing in the archipelago of Amchitka, because they thought and had a foreboding that it was going toproduce a vast seaquake.
USA didn’t repel the protest but they didn’t refrain from doing that either. not abolishing the practice, made people insist and consequently causes protests in thelimit between canada and USA. the latter country was forced to announce that it was the last test
Greenpeace is protective and conservative of the environment and promotes peace through:• Catalysing a vigorous revolution to address the number one critical threat facing our planet: climatic change.
• to maintain defending our oceans by challenging wasteful anddestructive fishing, and creating a global network to reserve marine species.
• Protecting the world’s ancient recourses which are forests, the animals and plants
• to Work fordisarmament and peace is not out of the question although it were complicated, so we could set it up by tackling the causes of conflict and calling for the elimination of all nuclear weapons• Creating a toxic free forthcoming future with safer and convenient alternatives to hazardous chemicals in today's products and manufacturing

Greenpeace campaigns focus on thoseproblems that, according to the organization, seriously threaten the posterity of the planet. These campaigns are showy and spectacular, that’s why many people are intrigued about them.
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