GWEC and Greenpeace
GLOBAL REPRESENTATION FOR THE WIND ENERGY SECTOR
GWEC is the voice of the global wind energy sector. GWEC brings together the major national, regional and continental associations representing the wind power sector, and the leading international wind energy companies and institutions. With a combined membership of over 1,500 organisations involved in hardware manufacture, project development, power generation, finance and consultancy, as well as researchers, academics and associations, GWEC's member associations represent the entire wind energy community.
THE MEMBERS OF GWEC RERPESENT:
- Over 1,500 companies, organisations and institutions in more than 70 countries
- All the world's major wind turbine manufacturers
- 99% of the world's installed wind power capacity
GLOBAL WIND ENERGY COUNCIL (GWEC)
80 Rue d'Arlon
T: 32 2 213 1897
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Greenpeace is a global organisation that uses non-violent direct action to tackle the most crucial threats to our planet's biodiversity and environment.is a non-profit organisation, present in 40 countries across Europe, the Americas, Asia and the Pacific. It speaks for 2.8 million supporters worldwide, and inspires many millions more to take action every day. To maintain its independence, Greenpeace does not accept donations from governments or corporations but relies on contributions from individual supporters and foundation grants.
Greenpeace has been campaigning against environmental degradation since 1971 when a small boat of volunteers and journalists sailed into Amchitka, an area north of Alaska, where the US Government was conducting underground nuclear tests. This tradition of 'bearing witness' in a non-violent manner continues today, and ships are an important part of all its campaign work.
Ottho Heldringstraat 5
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Scenario by GWEC, Greenpeace International, DLR and Ecofys
Text edited by Angelika Pullen, Steve Sawyer, Sven Teske, Jackie Jones
Design by bitter Grafik & Illustration, Hamburg
Cover photo courtesy of Wind Power Works