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What does GI stand for?

GI stands for Greenpeace International


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The Fukushima disaster exposes the shameful defects in a system that only requires nuclear operators to pay a fraction of the costs of a disaster and does not require suppliers of reactors to pay anything," Aslihan Tumer, Greenpeace International nuclear campaigner, said in a press release dated Tuesday.
At the end of August, six activists, led by executive director of Greenpeace International Kumi Naidoo, scaled the side of the Prirazlomnaya oil platform in the Pechora Sea and remained suspended there for 15 hours, holding a banner reading "Save the Arctic.
We are aware of the importance of gas supply and the aim of energy diversification, yet we are concerned about the possible impact on the ecosystem, flora and fauna of the Baltic Sea," wrote Valinskas in his letter to Lalita Ramdas, the head of the Greenpeace International Board.
org/energierevolution For more information contact: Sven Teske, energy expert, Greenpeace International, +49-171-8787-552 Alex Dawe, Greenpeace International communications officer, +31-629001146 For more information contact: Sven Teske, energy expert, Greenpeace International, +49-171-8787-552; Alex Dawe, Greenpeace International communications officer, +31-629001146
org/energierevolution For more information contact: Sven Teske, energy expert, Greenpeace International, +49-171-8787-552 Alex Dawe, Greenpeace International communications officer, +31-629001146 CONTACT: For more information contact: Sven Teske, energy expert, Greenpeace International, +49-171-8787-552; Alex Dawe, Greenpeace International communications officer, +31-629001146
March 10, 2008 Greenpeace International recently surveyed environmental responsibility among consumer electronics companies, and released the findings during last week's CeBIT information technology fair in Hanover, Germany.