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You can’t sink a rainbow, you can’t seize a sunrise

Blog entry by Alexandra Harris | 23 January, 2014

I trembled as I walked through the grounds of Murmansk prison on the 26th September. Inmates watched me and the arrival of the other notorious 29 new prisoners through their cell windows. It was pitch black outside, but the prison was alive.

70,000 people help give Greg Hunt the big picture

Blog entry by Danny Adams | 22 January, 2014

Thanks to your action to protect the Reef we have forced unprecedented scrutiny and public awareness of industrial developments that threaten and damage Australia’s World Heritage listed Great Barrier Reef.

Trees are starting to fall in Leard State Forest

Blog entry by Danny Adams | 14 January, 2014

As Whitehaven Coal’s bulldozers begins felling trees adjacent to Leard State Forest, the community has leapt  into action in a final bid to protect the ancient woodland. Protesters have launched a blockade at the site of Whitehaven’s...

10 simple things to reduce your carbon footprint this 2014

Blog entry by admin | 2 January, 2014

Leave your fuel guzzling car at home. Instead, ride a bike, walk or take the public transport to work. Take shorter, less frequent showers, because this not only saves water, but the energy necessary to heat it. Unplug your electronics when not...

The Arctic 30 Return Home

Image gallery | 2 January, 2014

2014 – the year of the shark

Blog entry by Greta Borren | 31 December, 2013

Wow! What a fantastic beginning to 2014 – the government has finally announced a ban on shark finning in New Zealand waters!

Top 13 game changers from 2013!

Blog entry by Danny Adams | 24 December, 2013

This year the environment and Greenpeace Australia Pacific faced a lot of challenges and with the support of thousands we faced them! With 2014 just around the corner we look back at some of the challenges and victories for 2013. 1. Global...

Now it’s up to us

Blog entry by admin | 20 December, 2013

Court decision leaves it to the people to save endangered forest Phil Spark is one of those old school ecologists who is actually in love with nature. Even the most aesthetically challenged critters have a special place in Phil’s heart. For four...

Proud to be standing up for our land, our water and our future.

Blog entry by admin | 20 December, 2013

As a local man whose family has been farming in the Maules Creek area for five generations, I can tell you I am blown away by what has happened here this week. Recently my community and I put out a call out to people in cities and towns across...

Community protects Leard State Forest

Blog entry by admin | 20 December, 2013

Why is Leard State Forest important to protect? Leard State Forest – located between Narrabri and Boggabri in north-west NSW – includes  thousands of hectares of rare woodland and is considered a biodiversity hotspot. The nearest township is the...

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