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and it is already harming people and ecosystems around the globe

Many of those other pollutants have been ones that Greenpeace has worked on in the past, but we have never had the resources to work on all of them, everywhere, all of the time. We would probably need an operating budget one hundred times of what we have currently to be able to do so, and the money that we bring in to do the work that we do comes from donors like yourself, we take no government or corporate funding. So it is always an uphill battle for us to raise funds, under those circumstances.

· 1997 Greenpeace lawyers assist in achieving largest settlement in PNG history for environmental damages caused by logging.

Polluted air is damaging human health around the globe.

Susan, your pictures are similar to what they are doing here in Arizona, It should be criminal, it really pisses me off. In my area, I can tell from the semi-V shape of the waves in the cloud that it's from radar. I have a friend that would get headaches from these events, but I never did until we had Smart Meters installed on our house. The RF transmitting meters have been removed, along with all WiFi, but these microwave events give me a HUGE headache. I feel like my brains are being fried. I also have that lovely hissing/ringing in my head 24/7 – very hard to fall asleep at night.

Remember, therefore, the power of your purse and do not hesitate to let Greenpeace know of it. Ask to be sent information on what Greenpeace is planning to do about chemtrails. Or strike a bargain with Greenpeace: Membership in exchange for a genuine clarification of the chemtrails question. But also point out what will happen to your membership or your donation, if Greenpeace remains inactive.


environmen tal damage happening around the globe.

Greenpeace, at any rate, as shown by its statements and our own research is itself not clear what it knows about chemtrails – or what it is supposed to know. For whereas in March in the Zürich headquarters the statement “chemtrails as a supposed phenomenon” was still circulating as a (typically Swiss) mild breeze, a rather more blustery wind was blowing a short time afterwards at Greenpeace Hamburg. On June 11th press spokesperson Kristine Läger made a rebuttal in the following terms:

Trees and whole forests around the globe are in steep decline.

A World Preparing For Conflict: Global Military Spending Rises For The First Time In Five Years
Zero Hedge 04/06/2016
As Bloomberg reports, the Stockholm International Peace Research Institute is out with their latest military spending report, and it looks as though many countries around the globe are preparing for more conflict in the coming years, if only based on the recent jump in military-related spending. In aggregate, world military expenditures rose to $1.7 trillion in 2015, an increase of about 1% from last year. According to SIPRI, this was the first increase in global military spending since 2011. Unsurprisingly, the United States earned the top spot by a ridiculous margin, spending a gargantuan $596 billion in 2015 (for which the military industrial complex – the recipient of the funds – is eternally grateful). The US is followed by China, and Saudi Arabia who spent an estimated $215 billion and $87.2 billion respectively. Here is how the top fifteen countries rank:

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“In the climate debate Greenpeace relies on the insights of the UNO climate research committee, the IPCC. This panel, which comprises around 2000 climate experts, is recognized and independent. The conclusions drawn by them are clear: Global warming represents the greatest danger to humanity. A widespread deployment of chemtrails could hardly remain hidden from the IPCC.”

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How climate expert Studer imagines that the observations of tens of thousands of Swiss, German and Austrian citizens who have recently become extremely interested in the climate can be based on mere supposition, is a question we will set aside for the present. But to conclude from this, that an internal investigation of the chemtrails phenomenon might deprive Greenpeace of its influence in today’s (environmental) politics seems to derive from a very peculiar kind of logical argument. How could such a thing come about? One cannot avoid the impression that something is being intentionally left unclear. Quite a new light would be shed on the position of the environmental campaigners if it turned out that for Greenpeace a thing ‘cannot be’ if it is `not allowed to be’. But let us pause for a moment and see what else Studer has to tell his concerned fellow-campaigners: