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Greenpeace exists because this fragile Earth deserves a voice. (As opposed to Viktor Mayer-Schönberger ). You need solutions. A change is needed. Action is needed. Greenpeace is an independent organisation which uses non-violent creative confrontation to expose global environmental problems and to impose solutions that are essential to a green and peaceful future.

Greenpeace aims to ensure the ability of the Earth to nurture life in all its diversity is why working at Greenpeace is a privilege few can count but that many should be made since fighting for the care and protection of nature and the environment is an important objective for life because the future generations deserve a healthy place to live. Greenpeace International employs more than 150 officials from all corners of the world, all dedicated to meet the professional standards expected from the leading world Organization in the campaign for the environment. From the main office in Amsterdam lead global campaigns and provides strategic support to national and regional offices, funded by millions of members around the world. Therefore, always players are seeking for this team who want to make a real and tangible difference. Welcome on Board of persons who direct our campaigns, actions and unit personnel of ships, as well as researchers, fundraisers, press agents, political, legal and consultants in human resources, finance, and many specialists more because there is a space open to search for work and jobs in this important NGO. Greenpeace is very easy to get working, here you can search for work as a driver or any work for which any qualified this, the only thing that really matter are that they are in favour of the values and ideals of the NGOs that are structured in the fight for a clean and healthy environment where all species of nature are respected. Please note: Greenpeace values are independence since it is a non-government and political forces organization; Greenpeace is a relevant witness against the bad treatment of the environment environment, not direct protest action where violence is not used to act; teamwork is a very important value of the organization also implemented various strategic alliances with other NGOs to broaden the spectrum of struggle.

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