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The little people with the big questions

Blog entry by Jamie Ling | 7 November, 2012

The staff at Greenpeace feel incredibly lucky to receive letters from people expressing their support of the work we do. Sometimes we receive drawings and poems, sometimes a note of congratulations, sometimes a suggestion. All letters are special...

The little people with the big questions

Blog entry by Jamie Ling | 7 November, 2012

The staff at Greenpeace feel incredibly lucky to receive letters from people expressing their support of the work we do. Sometimes we receive drawings and poems, sometimes a note of congratulations, sometimes a suggestion. All letters are special...

The Esperanza’s back in the Pacific

Blog entry by admin | 7 November, 2012

Blog by Farah Obaidullah, oceans campaigner at Greenpeace International, currently on board the Esperanza. The sun has just set on my first day back on board the Greenpeace ship, the Esperanza. It’s been six years since I last sailed on the...

The Esperanza’s back in the Pacific

Blog entry by admin | 7 November, 2012

Blog by Farah Obaidullah, oceans campaigner at Greenpeace International, currently on board the Esperanza. The sun has just set on my first day back on board the Greenpeace ship, the Esperanza. It’s been six years since I last sailed on the...

We will not be silenced

Feature Story | 1 November, 2012 at 16:11

This week a small billboard company removed our ad exposing John West’s use of destructive fishing practices. The company stated it was due to “commercial pressure.” So where did the pressure come from?

Month in Pictures - October 2012

Image gallery | 1 November, 2012

Why we can't safely ship through the reef

Feature Story | 30 October, 2012 at 11:36

If new coal ports are opened at Abbot Point near the Great Barrier Reef, ship accidents are likely to increase. Big Coal might not want to face the facts, but for the sake of the reef, we must.

The hidden cost of coal

Feature Story | 29 October, 2012 at 14:45

"There are clear indications from the international health research literature that there are serious health and social harms associated with coal mining and coal-fired power stations for people living in surrounding communities."

Look what the FAD dragged in

Blog entry by admin | 29 October, 2012

Original Blog post by Karli Thomas Greenpeace has long been concerned about the bycatch caused by the use of Fish Aggregating Devices, or FADs, with purse seine nets. This fishing method is a deadly combination of a floating object, left adrift...

What is sustainable tuna?

Feature Story | 24 October, 2012 at 16:17

It can be confusing. The terms sustainable, green, environmentally friendly are just some that are thrown around for consumers.

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