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Flying high in the icy Arctic wonderland

Blog entry by Kari Reller* | March 26, 2013

Once you find inspiration, a splash of color will fill you up with the energy to make a change. The four walls around you feel less binding because you now realize you have a window leading to an outside world full of indescribable...

Three weeks in the Spessart forest

Blog entry by Mélanie Dupuis, activist and volunteer | January 21, 2013 5 comments

In the heart of Heigenbrücken, a small German village in the province of Bavaria, a group of twenty motivated and enthusiastic people were getting ready to confront autumn in the Spessart forest in pursuit of one common goal: Stop the...

Building A Movement: Citizens walked 700km to stop tar sands pipeline in Quebec

Blog entry by Jon Milton | July 9, 2014

People for Mother Earth is a recently-formed citizens’ organization which is opposed to the presence of Tar Sands pipelines in Québec and, more broadly, the use of carbon fuels as the engine of the modern economy. From May 10 th ...

It's playtime!

Blog entry by Alex Speers-Roesch | July 16, 2014

It’s been two weeks now since the people of LEGOLAND rose up in protest against LEGO’s corporate partnership with Shell. The people of LEGOLAND are upset because LEGO, one of the world’s most popular toy companies, is producing...

On May 26th join the Ride for Renewables

Blog entry by Sarah Sherman, Greenpeace volunteer | April 4, 2013

Love cycling? Love green energy? We need your help! On May 26th, break out your bicycles and rally together with Greenpeace volunteers, concerned citizens, cycling enthusiasts and others who want a green energy future for Ontario...

A Volunteer's Perspective of the Darlington Hearings

Blog entry by Rhea Baluyut | December 13, 2012 2 comments

Last week I attended the Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission (CNSC) public hearings into Ontario Power Generation’s (OPG) proposal to refurbish the Darlington nuclear power plant. I was there to tell the CNSC why I am opposed to this...

We won't stop till the pipelines stop

Blog entry by Bruce Cox, Executive Director of Greenpeace Canada | October 22, 2012 8 comments

A protest involving thousands of people from all walks of life –   is what happens when you push Canadians against the wall. This is what happens when governments ignore the will of the people and try to railroad through their...

Risking arrest to turn the tide on climate action: Why I’m going to Ottawa on...

Blog entry by Keith Stewart | August 25, 2011 5 comments

I’ve spent the last twelve years of my life talking to people about the risks posed by climate change, writing reports on solutions, and politely asking government leaders and corporate executives to take action. I think it’s important...

The Ghost of KFC’s Colonel Saunders haunts the streets of Toronto

Blog entry by Shane Moffatt | November 2, 2012

This Halloween a team of Greenpeace volunteers took to the streets of Toronto accompanied by a ghostly Colonel Sanders. Our message was for KFC to keep rainforest destruction out of their packaging, and to let them know that Greenpeace...

Message from Japan

Blog entry by Monica Laflamme, activist | February 28, 2012

An international group of activists met in Japan 3 days ago to climb Mt. Fuji as a way to remember the nuclear disaster that happened in Fukushima last year.  The goal of the climb was to show support to the people that were affected...

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