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Dec. 11, 2019, 8:47 a.m. -  Luix

Good question. My position with regards to most of the impact tactics Greenpeace exhibits has to do precisely with those tactics. While they might give you some peace of mind and ease the guilt of buying new fancy stuff, they have no real push. They haven't backed any major program or improved the quality of life of any significant part of the population. Most of their budget is allocated to propaganda. Even worst, they have convinced the inventors of several efficient and eco-friendly technlogies to yield their patents to the organization, and if you want to implement them **you have to pay them royalties**. So much for benefitting the most affected by the climate change at a global scale. Let's not talk about the [many]( harassment [cases]( inside greenpeace, and how awfully their global directorate has tried to cover them by ghosting and firing the affected persons. Almost like the catolic church!! Or how these asshats [ruined the Nazca lines](, or the [Great Coral Reef]( I could go on and on. Wanna put your money where your mouth is? Support a local organization, or even better, involve and support candidates who privilege the climate change agenda. Dave gives excellent clues about how to proceed in his piece.

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