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Monica Davies

Monica is Davies is an environmental activist and rock 'n roll devotee. She has worked on the Greenpeace Africa digital communications team since September 2011.

  • The Sun is coming out this February

    Blogpost by Monica Davies - February 3, 2012 at 18:41

    Come and see him at these events

    While we all took summer holidays, the South African Sun was still in his office, working full days, shining bright solar rays down on us all that could have been powering our country.

    But just because we haven’t emp... Read more >

  • Public Eye Awards: The Fight Against Unscrupulous Companies Continues

    Blogpost by Monica Davies - January 10, 2012 at 11:43 1 comment

    On January 27th, the Berne Declaration and Greenpeace will again present the Public Eye Awards to the most irresponsible companies in terms of respect for human rights and the environment.

    Voting runs until January 26 at midnight. This year's six nom... Read more >

  • The Official Use Me More Theme Song

    Blogpost by Monica Davies - December 8, 2011 at 11:07 1 comment


    Turning to the sun is an urge as old as mankind itself. Like the sunflower, we turn to it for life, warmth and light - three words which could easily be used to describe the music of the newly-formed group, Jika Nelanga (which means sunflowe... Read more >

  • Join us for The Future of Congo Forests on Film

    Blogpost by Monica Davies - December 2, 2011 at 17:30

    Join Kumi Naidoo and Greenpeace Africa tonight at 19:30 as we launch The Future Of Congo Forests documentary.

    The documentary chronicles The Future of Forests in Poetry contest organized by Greenpeace Africa in Democratic Republic of Congo in Sep... Read more >

  • The Island States Occupy COP17

    Blogpost by Monica Davies - December 2, 2011 at 16:51

    Ambassador Willaims of the small island state of Grenada address a small rally just outside the confines of the COP17 conference in Durban as Ambassado Jumeau of the Seychelles looks on. © John Robinson / Greenpeace


    Today, what has so far been a rather barren Occupy COP17 movement was joined at Speaker’s Corner outside the ICC by some exotic delegates who had a message for the people and for the policymakers.

    Delegates from the Caribbean and Seychelles... Read more >

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