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Greenpeace - international independent non-governmental environmental organization, which consists of Greenpeace International (GPI), headquartered in Amsterdam and 30 regional offices in 47 countries. Current director of GPI - Kumi Naidoo - South African social activist and fighter against apartheid.
The objectives of Greenpeace - environmental protection , environmental education and promotion of eco-friendly lifestyle. In the view of the organization are global environmental problems such as global climate change, loss of tropical and boreal forests , excessive commercial fishing , commercial whaling , the development of genetic engineering, radiation hazards and a new line of work - preserving Arctic.
Greenpeace uses direct action ( action and protests ) , lobbying and research to achieve its goals . Greenpeace has general consultative status with the UN , together with the Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC) and is a founding member of the Charter of the responsibility of international non-governmental organizations , which was created to enhance the transparency of reporting of non-governmental organizations.
Greenpeace is guided by the principles articulated by its founders (David Fraser McTaggart, Bob Hunter, Dorothy & Irving Stowe):
In July 1989, at a press conference on board the Greenpeace ship " Rainbow Warrior, " the chairman of the Committee on Environmental Protection Alexei Yablokov officially announced Greenpeace office in the USSR " the first independent organization in the Soviet Union ".
In 2007 in St. Petersburg launched a project "Clean Neva", aimed at solving problems with contamination of the Neva River , canals and rivers in the Leningrad region . Greenpeace activists carry out their own research , conduct its own environmental monitoring and , if necessary, go to the scene. During navigation , tracking discharge of toxic substances , working Greenpeace Water Patrol . Special boat crew takes water samples reveals illegal waste water treatment responds to St. Petersburg .
Since 2002, the project " Restore our forests ," Greenpeace together with students engaged in restoration of forests in sparsely regions of Russia. During the existence of the project , it was attended by 252 schools, were planted 186,000 seedlings of pine , oak , alder, elm and maple. In 2004, the project turned into a Russian movement " Restore our forests " and has more than 500 participants (both collective and individual ) from 57 regions of Russia. The " Restore our forests " .