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  • Forty hours in jail for Mahan’s forests, its people and their rights

    Blogpost by Akshay Gupta - May 15, 2014 at 12:39

    15 May 2014 Akshay Gupta with other two activists on May 8


    After spending forty hours in jail and judicial custody, I came out feeling even more motivated and determined to continue this struggle to save forests. Bechanlalji is still in custody and getting him out is our first priority. We can't be ... Read more >

  • Join us: Reforest Fest!

    Blogpost by Jana Bajic - May 9, 2014 at 14:08

    If you’ve been following our forest campaigns, you’ll know the world’s forests are under a lot of pressure from deforestation and climate change. Although there is some good news coming through, there’s a still a whole lot that needs to get done.

    W... Read more >

  • 20 years later – it’s election time again

    Blogpost by Shanaaz Nel - May 6, 2014 at 14:22

    Tomorrow is South Africa’s fifth democratic election. 2014 is a historic year in our history as we celebrate 20 years of democracy, and in the run up to 7 May election, politicians, social commentators, and ordinary citizens have been regaled with the... Read more >

  • Ecology starts with you

    Blogpost by Nokwazi Qumbisa - May 6, 2014 at 13:45

    Because of circumstances like the ever decreasing size of land compounded by a lack of basic services, organizations like the Greenpeace Africa, Earthlife Africa Durban, Citizen Gardens and Green Squad Alliance, have launched a series of workshops t... Read more >

  • Defending our right to a clean and healthy environment.

    Blogpost by Ricardo Rodrigues - May 5, 2014 at 12:36

    This year marks 20 years of freedom and democracy in South Africa, and that fills me with a deep sense of pride in this country and our people, especially as a Born-Free.

    As activists, we understand very well that along with this freedom and democr... Read more >

  • Running 250km through Antarctica in Support of Greenpeace Africa

    Blogpost by David Barnard - April 15, 2014 at 13:00

    Exactly 200 days from today I'll embark on my next desert running challenge – The Last Desert Race, 250km through the snow of Antarctica!

    I've completed various multi-stage desert races over the past few years – Kalahari, Sahara, Namib, Gobi and Burk... Read more >

  • A Leap for the South African Earth Hour Movement

    Blogpost by Ricardo Rodrigues - April 10, 2014 at 12:45

    As a collective of individuals we managed to save enough power during this year’s Earth Hour to power a city the size of Polokwane in South Africa.  This proves that the World Wide Fund for Nature’s (WWF- initiative is growi...

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  • RFUK opposes planned lifting of logging moratorium in the DRC

    Blogpost by Joe Eisen - April 10, 2014 at 11:40

    The Rainforest Foundation UK (RFUK) has joined forces with other international campaigning NGOs to oppose the imminent lifting of a moratorium on the allocation of new industrial logging concessions in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), followi... Read more >

  • “Protesting is a right, not a crime”

    Blogpost by Lerato Tsotetsi - April 9, 2014 at 13:53

    It appears public, peaceful protesting has come under attack. Last week a brave Rosina Gonzalez, along with 5 other activists, of Greenpeace Mexico took to the streets to demonstrate their support for clean and safe renewable energy. Here’s Rosina’s s... Read more >

  • World oceans: The era of challenges

    Blogpost by Bakary Coulibaly - April 4, 2014 at 13:00

    We’re at the fishing port of Mbour, 80 km from Dakar, one of the largest ports in Senegal. After spending 8 hours at sea defying waves and bad weather with low morale, Ndiaga Diop, a local fisherman, returns home with an almost empty net. Fish, which ... Read more >

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