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Australia’s coal politics are undermining democratic and Indigenous rights

Blog entry by Greenpeace Australia Pacific | 26 October, 2016

Can Australia achieve fair and open decision-making when big coal players are involved? The case of Adani’s proposed Carmichael coal mine suggests the answer... The post Australia’s coal politics are undermining democratic and...

Whale Fail – no new sanctuary in the South Atlantic (again).

Blog entry by Willie Mackenzie | 26 October, 2016

Bad news from the 2016 International Whaling Commission meeting –as the first significant vote was another disappointment for whales and supporters of conservation. Despite... The post Whale Fail – no new sanctuary in the South...

IWC meeting 2016 – what to expect

Blog entry by Willie Mackenzie | 21 October, 2016

This blog was written by Willie MacKenzie, the Greenpeace UK oceans campaigner, and originally appeared on the Greenpeace UK blog. You can follow more... The post IWC meeting 2016 – what to expect appeared first on Greenpeace...

Oil over in the Bight – someone tell Turnbull

Blog entry by Philip Sen | 18 October, 2016

On 11 October, the Great Australian Bight avoided invasion from one monster oil company. But though BP might have backed off, other fossil-fuel fiends... The post Oil over in the Bight – someone tell Turnbull appeared first on...

This is The People vs. Arctic Oil

Blog entry by Jessica Kirby | 18 October, 2016

A new wave of oil drilling threatens the Arctic – but today saw the start of the fight back. This morning a lawsuit was... The post This is The People vs. Arctic Oil appeared first on Greenpeace Australia Pacific .

Protect the ban on whaling

Blog entry by Jamie Ling | 13 October, 2016

The South Atlantic Ocean hosts over 50 species of whales and dolphins. A whale sanctuary, in combination with the ban on commercial whaling, would... The post Protect the ban on whaling appeared first on Greenpeace Australia...

BREAKING: BP has ditched its outrageous plans to drill for oil in the Great...

Blog entry by Max MacBride | 11 October, 2016

It was the people vs oil, and we: the people, just won. Having BP rule out drilling in the Bight is a momentous win... The post BREAKING: BP has ditched its outrageous plans to drill for oil in the Great Australian Bight. This...

Why the Paris Agreement on climate change means the end of coal

Blog entry by Nikola Casule | 7 October, 2016

This week the world took a big step forward in the fight against dangerous global warming. The Paris Agreement on climate change – the... The post Why the Paris Agreement on climate change means the end of coal appeared first...

Pray for our Pacific: Finding strength in solidarity

Blog entry by Joeteshna Zenos | 19 September, 2016

Earlier this month, Pacific Island communities gathered together to summon the strength to confront the climate battles ahead. They were joined by communities from... The post Pray for our Pacific: Finding strength in...

Drilling in the Bight: has BP learnt the right lessons from its Gulf of Mexico blowout?

Blog entry by The Conversation | 16 September, 2016

This is an article written by Andrew Hopkins, Emeritus Professor of Sociology, Australian National University, first published in The Conversation. The Guardian newspaper recently hit a... The post Drilling in the Bight: has BP...

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