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綠色和平的水污染工作

你的捐助,資助我們與國內外的科學家及經濟學家合作,發表多份污染研究報告,用作遊說政府加強執行針對污染物排放的法規及政策,實現中國家庭享用潔淨食水的願望。

解"毒"珠江 - 珠三角工業水污染調查 2009年 10月 28日 綠色和平發表《解"毒"珠江——珠三角工業水污染調查》報告,發現珠江三角及其上游的五個工業設施(包括內資及香港上市公司),往珠江排放的有毒有害金屬,部份金屬為廣東省容許標準濃度的25倍,嚴重影響人體健康。綠色和平要求這些企業立即停止污染中國河流,同時呼籲中國政府擴大對有毒有害物質的監管,目標最終消除有毒有害物質的排放,達至清潔生產。

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沉默的大多數 2009年 10月 13日 綠色和平發佈調查報告,批評包括硯殼、雀巢、中國石化和湖南有色等的18家中外企業,公然漠視《環境資訊公開辦法(試行)》,違規隱瞞污染物資訊。綠色和平要求這些企業尊重公眾知情權,公開完整詳盡的環境資訊,同時呼籲政府加強監督企業,並將更多有毒有害物質納入監管範圍。

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廣東省工業產業轉移和工業廢水管理現狀與問題 2009年 5月 20日 水是生命之源。綠色和平作爲一個致力於以行動推動改變的全球性環保組織,正與全體中國公眾一起,爲消减中國水污染問題而努力。

綠色和平認爲,「清潔生産」從根源防治環境污染的最有效手段之一。即是要求企業從源頭和生産鏈上每一個環節减少甚至避免污染,從原料來自何處,它們是如何以及在哪里被加工,在生産鏈上會産生什麽垃圾,到最後被棄置時人們會如何處置這些産品的每一個步驟,都承擔起環境保護的責任。

同時,清潔生産與所有被工業活動影響的人們有關,包括生産工人、産品消費者和社區民眾。只有讓這些環境保護中最重要的利益群體— — 公眾,有渠道獲得相關信息,並參與到決策中,同時賦予他們權力和相應的資源,才能促進政府與企業落實真正的清潔生産。

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你的捐助,可以資助我們與國內外的科學家及經濟學家合作,發表多份污染研究報告,用作遊說政府加強執行針對污染物排放的法規及政策,實現中國家庭享用潔淨食水的願望。

Your donation will help Greenpeace to collaborate with local scientists and economists, issuing even more research reports on environmental pollution, to encourage government officials to strengthen the regulation and scrutiny of the dumping of toxic wastes and hazardous chemicals in water, towards realizing China's dream of clean drinking water.

Poisoning the Pearl – An investigation into industrial water pollution in the Pearl River Delta 2009-10-28 Greenpeace issued its report "Poisoning the Pearl – An investigation into industrial water pollution in the Pearl River Delta" which revealed that five companies (from mainland and Hong Kong invested companies) located on the Pearl River Delta, had discharge hazardous metals into the water. Some of the metal waste that was discharged was 25 times more concentrated than permitted by Guangdong regulations, and were extremely hazardous to human health. Greenpeace implored these companies to cease dumping these hazardous chemicals into the river, and at the same time, called upon the Chinese government to increase its regulation of toxic materials, towards ultimately eliminating all forms of hazardous chemicals dumping and to achieve "Clean Development".

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The Silent Giants: an investigation into corporate environmental information disclosure in china 2009-10-13 Greenpeace released the investigative report and criticized Yanke, Nestle, China Petroleum, Hunan Nonferrous Metals Corp and 18 other companies, for brazenly ignoring official requests for greater disclosure of environmental performance information and illegal withholding such details. Greenpeace asks these companies to respect the rights of the public to be aware of this information, and to publicly release detailed and thorough environmental performance information immediately. Greenpeace also encourages government officials to increase scrutiny of these companies, and to increase its scrutiny of hazardous chemicals.

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Guangdong's industrial Relocation and Industrial Wastewater Managament Problem 2009-05-20 Water is the source of life. And towards guaranteeing this source of life for future generations, Greenpeace is a non-government organization committed to direct action to protecting the world's environment, working closely with Chinese society to solve China's water pollution crisis.

Greenpeace believes that preventing the direct sources of pollution is the most effective method of achieving "Clean Production". This involves industries reducing and eliminating all hazardous chemicals and polluting materials from both their raw materials and their entire supply chain, with factory fully aware of the source of the raw materials, how and where these materials are processed, what wastes are produced along the supply chain line, and ultimately how these products are eventually disposed of. In this way, industries fully commit to their responsibilities to protect the environment.

At the same time, "Clean Production" requires an understanding of all members of society who are affected by industrial activities which include workers, consumers and the community. Only by allowing the communities most affected by environmental degradation, namely the public, have channels to access relevant information, opportunities to participate in civic decision-making, and the relevant rights and resources to do so, will government and corporations fully achieve "Clean Production".

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