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Greenpeace joins the Occupy Movement


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Greenpeace joins the Occupy Movement and links the protesters struggle for social and democratic justice with the climate change crisis.

"The warning cry of the peaceful Occupy Wall Street protests is for the future of democracy. Greenpeace in the U.S. has always recognized we cannot have a healthy planet without citizens who are willing to collectively raise our voices and participate in a functional political process. When decisions are made only for the good of the few, human lives and ecological health are put in peril.

We stand – as individuals and an organization – with Occupiers of all walks of life who peacefully stand up for a just, democratic, green and peaceful future."


What do you think, is this something positive for both movements or will it cause troubles along the road?

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As long as there are no violence happening around protest, it was just okay in my opinion.

It was right that only few companies/organizations uses the large quantity of natural resources for their own benefits and not considering how it could affect the environment and the people.

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