College Park, Md.- The Caribbean, Gulf of Mexico and other tropical storm-prone areas had better get ready for another busy hurricane season, maybe unusually wild, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) forecast Thursday, AP reports.
Jakarta.- The Roundtable for Sustainable Palm Oil (RSPO) voted today on revisions to its principles and criteria for the production of environmentally responsible and socially just palm oil. In response, Wirendro Sumargo, Palm Oil Campaigner at Greenpeace Southeast Asia, said:
Santo Domingo.- Ecuador president Rafael Correa on monday criticized Washington's stance on the region's war on drug trafficking, affirming that “we Latin Americans provide the dead and the United States, the noses,"
Port Louis, Mauritius.- Seven Greenpeace International activists peacefully demonstrated in a Mauritian port on Sunday against a South Korean vessel accused of unlawful fishing in West African waters, demanding the Seoul government order the ship's recall.
Beijing.- At least 152 people were
Jakarta.- The fragile state of Indonesia's oceans and forests are a clear reminder of how marine and forest life is at risk from industrial overfishing and relentless deforestation, Greenpeace International warned on International Day for Biological Diversity.
Port Louis, Mauritius- Greenpeace International condemned on Friday the lack of action by Indian Ocean Tuna Commission (IOTC) members to halt the decline of the region's most vulnerable tuna species and for adopting inadequate measures to protect sharks.
Miami.- JetBlue Airways Corp. announced it plans to offer daily nonstop flights to Port-au-Prince, Haiti,
Port Louis, Mauritius.- Indian Ocean Tuna Commission
Havana.- Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro wrapped up a two-day visit to
Miami.- A Port Canaveral-based U.S. Coast Guard crew helped rescue five