Greenpeace

From the early days of Greenpeace when its members were dodging harpoons and Japanese whalers in outboard motor boats – remember “Save the Whales!” — it has leveraged media savvy and an aptitude for political theater to become a $400 million-

Because most of society is between two and six generations removed from farming, to many people that subject is largely terra incognita, literally and figuratively.

“Vitamin A deficiency [VAD] is the leading cause of preventable blindness in children worldwide,” the American Academy of Ophthalmology noted last year.

Vitamin-A deficiency around the world leads to between 250,000 and 500,000 children going blind – every single year. Half of them die within a year of losing their sight. And several other health problems stem from this urgent issue.

goldenriceIn a huge win for public health and science, Golden Rice is taking a major step towards reality in Bangladesh.

bee-1249595-638x423Greenpeace really loves bees so much that they regularly hold bee die ins where they dress up

Screen Shot 2015-07-29 at 3.33.26 PMPatrick Moore was instrumental in the founding of GreenPeace,

Screen Shot 2015-05-08 at 2.56.36 PMNewsweek s recent cover story puts it bluntly: YOU ARE TOTALLY