Greenpeace International encourages the reproduction and distribution of our materials, electronic products and/or services, including our name and logo. However, there are limits on these uses, and it’s important to know the following ground rules.


Our materials hosted at are free to use for personal or educational purposes. If you want screen shots to use in a text book, or you want to reproduce an article in your community newsletter, there’s no need to ask, provided you read and abide by our ground rules.

We expressly forbid the use of any Greenpeace material appearing at this site, and/or the Greenpeace name and logo, for:

Linking to this website

We love it when you link to us and help spread the word about our campaigns for the environment or (in the case of the Handbook), how we produce documentation. You don’t need permission. You are welcome to link to our main site or any of the issue areas you find there.

The Greenpeace logo

“Greenpeace”, including the Greenpeace logo, is an internationally registered trademark belonging to Stichting Greenpeace Council. Use of the trademark is granted on the condition:

If you do use the logo, please include “Trademark of Stichting Greenpeace Council” in the alt tag or visibly on the page.

The trademark remains the exclusive property of Greenpeace International, and by using it you agree that you shall not, in any way whatsoever, register or attempt to register the trademark or challenge the same.

Articles and Text

Articles and text produced by Greenpeace International are free for personal or educational use. Please do include a note saying: “Source: Greenpeace (” and reproduce any byline or copyright information provided in the original.

Articles and text from third party sources remain the intellectual property and copyright of those third party sources, and permission for use should be sought from these original sources.


When copyright information is not present, either in an accompanying caption or burned in to the photo, attribution can by found by inspecting the image by right-clicking the image and selecting “Inspect” or “View Info”.

© = All rights reserved to the person(s) or entities named. – Explanations of the other symbols/licences used and the rights derived from them can be found here.

For access to downloadable images and for all licensing or copyright enquiries please visit

Any other use (such as using images for personal or corporate gain) require permission from Greenpeace International Media Library. Commercial use of any Greenpeace image without permission would constitute a copyright infringement and may infringe upon other rights.

News images of reproduction quality (around 8 megabytes in size) distributed by Greenpeace to journalists and agencies are intended for use within fourteen days, and archiving and/or resale of these images is strictly forbidden. After fourteen days, please contact us for licensing.


Use of video is subject to the same conditions as other materials above. However, please note that not all of our videos are available for download.

Terms and Greenpeace structure

Greenpeace is a network consisting of Greenpeace International and 26 national and regional Greenpeace organisations, which are all separate and independent entities.

The content on each subsection of is published and managed by the relevant entity. Pages whose address begins with or for example, are under the editorial control of Greenpeace International.
For questions, comments or other feedback, please contact the responsible Greenpeace entity. You can generally see at the top of each page which entity’s section you are on.For the sake of convenience, we may refer to “Greenpeace” on this website when talking about either Greenpeace International or one of the national or regional Greenpeace organisations.

Moreover, the words “we”, “us” and “our” may also used for reasons of convenience to refer to other entities in the Greenpeace network and their respective staff, activists and volunteers.