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Why I got my kit off for a #CoalFree future

Blog entry by Ariana Neuman | 22 April, 2016

You may have caught Greenpeace Australia Pacific’s video launching the #CoalFree movement to protect the things we love from coal pollution. The video features... The post Why I got my kit off for a #CoalFree future appeared first on ...

Painting Ourselves White to Keep the Reef Colourful

Blog entry by Justin Hawk | 22 April, 2016

Friday morning nearly 100 of us gathered near the Sydney Opera House to raise awareness about the current coral bleaching event and to call on... The post Painting Ourselves White to Keep the Reef Colourful appeared first on Greenpeace...

Exporting climate change, killing the Reef

Report | 21 April, 2016 at 11:21

Australia, the world’s largest coal exporter, will export a billion tonnes of carbon dioxide in its coal this year, erasing the few benefits of meeting its weak Paris target and worsening its contribution to global climate change, Greenpeace...

Orangutans take over Sydney

Blog entry by Jessica Panegyres | 20 April, 2016

Early Monday morning a bunch of awesome people and orangutans decided to pay PepsiCo, Colgate-Palmolive and Johnson & Johnson a little visit to their... The post Orangutans take over Sydney appeared first on Greenpeace Australia Pacific .

In pictures: The Great Barrier Reef’s coral bleaching

Blog entry by Greenpeace Australia Pacific | 13 April, 2016

The bleaching process Before corals bleach, they are often a deep brown or khaki-green colour. These colours come from the symbiotic algae (sometimes called... The post In pictures: The Great Barrier Reef’s coral bleaching appeared first on...

Why the Great Barrier Reef is Dying

Blog entry by Justin Hawk | 12 April, 2016

Fish of every imaginable colour race between the corals as the sun’s rays dance through the ocean’s surface. A stingray slowly drifts by, taking... The post Why the Great Barrier Reef is Dying appeared first on Greenpeace Australia Pacific...

The rise of Pacific power: From small island states to large ocean states

Blog entry by Matisse Walkden-Brown | 8 April, 2016

The Pacific region consists of 24 island states scattered across a quarter of the earth’s surface – a vast area of some 30 million... The post The rise of Pacific power: From small island states to large ocean states appeared first on ...

Queensland government has put more than just the Reef at risk

Blog entry by Shani Tager | 6 April, 2016

There’s something magical about the way sea creatures dart in and out of the cracks on the Great Barrier Reef. You can see vibrant... The post Queensland government has put more than just the Reef at risk appeared first on Greenpeace...

You’ve just lost your right to protest

Blog entry by Susannah Compton | 22 March, 2016

Last week, while I was asleep in bed, the New South Wales government took away one of my most cherished rights. Protest is something... The post You’ve just lost your right to protest appeared first on Greenpeace Australia Pacific .

Palm oil: who’s still trashing forests?

Blog entry by Greenpeace Australia Pacific | 3 March, 2016

How ‘clean’ is the palm oil used by major brands around the world? Today, we’re releasing the results of our investigation into which companies... The post Palm oil: who’s still trashing forests? appeared first on Greenpeace Australia...

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