According to Greenpeace International, WtE facilities are also among the largest sources of dioxin emissions in industrialized countries.
What does GP stand for?
GP stands for Greenpeace
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- Gravel Pack (oil drilling)
- Gray Panthers
- Grease Police (website)
- Great Performances (PBS show)
- Great Plains Dynamics (software; Microsoft)
- Great Pyramid (Giza)
- Green Party (political party)
- Green Pirate
- Green Print
Samples in periodicals archive:
NGOs like Greenpeace say that despite the 1986 moratorium, Japan is illegally killing hundreds of the endangered mammals each year.
They pointed, for instance, to Steven Sawyer, a top official of Greenpeace International, who admitted in an interview with Ron Bailey of Reason magazine that "the priority has to be getting energy access to poor people, no matter what the source.
The American Chemistry Council's Phthalate Esters Panel and its members have sponsored extensive research into the allegations made by Greenpeace and others about the alleged toxicity of phthalates.
Greenpeace activists discovered an open-air field trial of rice genetically engineered with human genes in Surfer County, California.