London Greenpeace

London Greenpeace was an Anarchist environmentalist activist collective that existed between 1972 and 2001. They were based in London, and came to international prominence when two of their activists refused to capitulate to McDonald's in the landmark libel case known as "McLibel".

Read more about London Greenpeace:  Origins, Political Affiliation, McLibel, Dissolution

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London Greenpeace - Dissolution
... In 2001 London Greenpeace issued a public statement announcing their dissolution ... While the McLibel action brought fresh energy, publicity and urgency to the organisation, this did not last long, and the group felt it best to permanently suspend their efforts ...
Mc Libel Pamphlet - Facts
... Beginning in 1986, "London Greenpeace", a small environmental campaigning group (not to be confused with the larger Greenpeace International organisation ... responded to the publication of the leaflet by engaging private agents to infiltrate London Greenpeace in order to gather evidence ... In 1990, McDonald's brought libel proceedings against five London Greenpeace supporters, Paul Gravett, Andrew Clarke and Jonathan O'Farrell, as well as Steel and Morris, for ...

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