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Greenpeace balloon calls for more than hot air across the Tasman

Blog entry by Nick | April 9, 2008

Hunter Valley, NSW, Australia: At dawn this morning the Greenpeace hot air balloon flew over Liddell and Bayswater coal-fired power stations in the Hunter Valley, delivering a spectacular climate change message to the federal...

PR smokescreen lifts on coal industry's false solution

Blog entry by Nick | February 8, 2008

Carbon Capture and Sequestration (CCS), the technological poster child for the future of the global coal industry has just had its biggest supporter pull the rug out from underneath its feet. With the Bush administration withdrawing...

US climate protest goes live

Blog entry by Kathy | March 3, 2009

Crowd Scene It’s being called the biggest U.S. protest on climate change — hundreds of activists have gathered around the tiny coal-fired power plant in Washington that heats and cools the halls of power. The 99-year old facility that...

Apple can be an environmental leader again

Blog entry by Renee Blanchard | May 11, 2012

The very first campaign I worked on when I arrived at Greenpeace in 2006 was the Green My Apple campaign. It was exciting and different, and as someone who has proudly held on to her iMac G3 (Bondi Blue I might add) to this very day...

How Clean is your Cloud - Apple responds

Blog entry by Gary Cook | April 18, 2012

Our new report “ How Clean is Your Cloud ” is out today - to show that the massive increase in Internet use is mainly being powered by dirty energy. Apple, Amazon and Microsoft all score badly in the report for relying on dirty coal...

Enthusiasm for oil requires cognitive shut-down

Blog entry by Steve Abel | January 24, 2012

Recently some commentators have revealed something about the way their brain functions in singing the praises of new fossil fuels. We shouldn’t be surprised that oil companies are excited about oil, though the Sunday Star Times...

US protest postscript

Blog entry by Kathy | March 3, 2009

Stop Coal! More than 2,500 former coal miners, ministers, mothers, students, and climate activists, representing over 40 states from Arizona to Appalachia, successfully blocked all five entrances to the US Capitol's Power Plant for...

Hard and dirty

Blog entry by Kathy | November 12, 2008

The National Party is set to announce its Cabinet line up in next two days. Former Shadow Leader of the House Gerry Brownlee is likely to feature as Energy Minister. This is the same Mr Brownlee that has publicly professed a strange...

A new paint job for some coal ships across the Tasman

Blog entry by Nick | July 28, 2008

MACKAY AUSTRALIA - Greenpeace activists in inflatables targeted a queue of almost 50 coal ships at Hay Point port in Queensland and are currently painting them with climate change protest messages such as: 'RUDD EXPORTING CO2',...

Google shows off its data centers, powered increasingly by clean energy

Blog entry by David Pomerantz | October 23, 2012

Ever wondered what the Internet looks like? If so, you’re in luck: Google has drawn back the curtains of its data centers, the facilities that compute and store all of our gmail, youtube videos, and searches. [Photo: Google’s...

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