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Welcome to Kampar – Greenpeace intervenes to stop forest destruction as Copenhagen...

Blog entry by Nick Young | October 30, 2009

View Map The peninsula is bounded by the sea to the North and East, the Kampar river to the south, and has smaller rivers and canals crisscrossing it. The landscape is surrounded by water – and beneath the forest is one of the...

Vindo em John!

Blog entry by Kathy Cumming | October 20, 2009

You think Letterman made him famous abroad? Sign On is working equally hard to boost Prime Minister John Key's profile offshore. Thanks to the campaign, his name is appearing on iconic statues the world over, from Sweden to Norway to...

Inside a Forest Carbon Scam

Blog entry by nick | October 16, 2009

Coal and oil companies are using forest offset projects to try and cheat the climate. Our new report Carbon Scam investigates how American Electric Power, BP and Pacificorp - all investors in the Noel Kempff Climate Action Project in...

Bouquet for Bill - brickbat for Nick

Blog entry by Geoff Keey | August 7, 2009

Question Time in Parliament yesterday was dominated by climate change, with debate on targets, smart farming and Keisha Castle-Hughes.  A couple of events really stood out. Climate Change Minister Nick Smith gave a shocker of an...

Greenpeace shuts down coal terminal in Australia

Blog entry by nick | August 4, 2009

(C) Greenpeace/Pratten Breaking news from across the ditch: Greenpeace and Pacific activists have shut down Abbott Point coal export terminal in Queensland in protest over the impacts of climate change on Pacific islands and crazy...

An important message from a right wing capitalist

Blog entry by Geoff Ross | July 31, 2009

There's been some debate recently about the cost of setting emission reduction targets. To debate the costs is to have the wrong debate. It should be about the potential profit of emissions targets. New Zealand's biggest industries...

Kia orana/ Talofa lava

Blog entry by Kathy Cumming | July 10, 2009

This update fresh off the boat! Greenpeace New Zealand volunteer Chino is onboard Greenpeace ship, the Esperanza, in the Pacific, helping document the impacts of climate change in the region. Chino, of Cook Island and Samoan descent,...

Go Keisha!

Blog entry by Kathy Cumming | July 8, 2009

An open letter from Sign On ambassador Keisha Castle-Hughes to Prime Minister John Key appears in today’s Samoan Observer newspaper . John Key is currently in Samoa as part of a four-day trip to four Pacific Island countries. In the...

Arctic Impacts Expedition: Amongst Icebergs

Blog entry by nick | June 28, 2009

Dave Walsh writes from on board the Greenpeace ship Arctic Sunrise : Greetings from Baffin Bay! As I write this from the campaign office on board our ship, the Arctic Sunrise , blue and white icebergs appear through the sea mist.

Hope emerges from Fieldays

Blog entry by sboxer | June 16, 2009

The economic downturn in dairying is New Zealand’s best chance for a farming revolution. Our ‘Tried and True’ dairy at the 2009 Fieldays worked a treat. We were able to communicate directly with the farming and rural sector about how...

Day two at the Greenpeace Fielday dairy

Blog entry by Phil | June 11, 2009

Margaret Jones visits the Greenpeace dairy at fieldaysMargaret Jones is almost 90 but nothing is slowing down her personal crusade to make the world a better place. She’s been coming to the fieldays for 17 years promoting organic...

Bachelors and bottles – Greenpeace hits the Fieldays

Blog entry by Kathy | June 10, 2009

I’ve always liked milk bottles (the lolly variety that is). And I’m quite partial to rural bachelors. So I’m feeling quite at home here at the Fieldays. Apart from the sweets and blokes, the site is a seething mass of people and...

Palm oil action in Finland

Blog entry by nick | May 13, 2009

Before most of us even had our first cup of coffee this morning, 32 activists from Finland and Sweden were up and taking action at a palm oil diesel refinery in Porvoo, Finland. Neste Oil, an oil refining company that is largely owned...

Antarctic Treaty 50th anniversary meeting

Blog entry by Karli | April 20, 2009

I'm Karli and I'm the oceans campaigner at Greenpeace NZ but right now I'm in Baltimore attending 50th anniversary of the Antarctic Treaty. My first impressions arriving to this historic  meeting of the Antarctic Treaty parties was...

Report from Baltimore: 50th Anniversary of the Antarctic Treaty

Blog entry by bunny | April 15, 2009

Here's a on the sport report from Richard Page, defending Antarctica this week from Baltimore USA! There are as many facets to the work of a Greenpeace campaigner as an iceberg; and like an iceberg, much of the work is unseen. This...

Neighbourly SOS - will we heed it?

Blog entry by Kathy | April 8, 2009

The latest from Greenpeace Political Adviser Geoff Keey in Bonn - It’s 11pm. I’m sitting outside a small meeting room at the UN climate talks in Bonn with five of my Greenpeace colleagues. We’re waiting for people inside to come...

Hannibal Lactater

Blog entry by Kathy | April 6, 2009

Saturday was agriculture’s day in the sun at the UN climate change negotiations in Bonn, with delegates discussing options for reducing the sector’s growing greenhouse gas. New Zealand made a presentation during the day and then in the...

Kneejerk espionage, news manipulation, legal threats and violence

Blog entry by Nick | March 10, 2009

The Ecologist Film Unit's second release documents how espionage, news manipulation, legal threats and even violence have become the knee-jerk response of Government and big business to the increasingly vocal concerns of environmental...

The Esperanza arrives in PNG to protect forests and save the climate

Blog entry by Nick | September 1, 2008

Originally posted by Lisa on making waves Greenpeace Australia-Pacific has launched our Forests for Climate tour with a colourful welcome in Papua New Guinea. Our ship, Esperanza, will tour the region protecting forests and...

Weaning off the pasture crack

Blog entry by Kathy | August 6, 2008

Another fantastic edition of new magazine GOOD has just hit the shelves, with one of the highlights being the article “The Real Dirt on Dairy Farms” (see page 4). Written by environmental reporting stalwart Dave Hansford, the piece...

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