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Going with the floe

Blog entry by admin | 8 November, 2012

Blog by Sid French on his experiences on the MV Arctic Sunrise, September 2012 The email was one of those ones that stop you in your tracks: “As a Greenpeace supporter, and newly elected member of the local Greenpeace General Assembly, would you...

Going with the floe

Blog entry by admin | 8 November, 2012

Blog by Sid French on his experiences on the MV Arctic Sunrise, September 2012 The email was one of those ones that stop you in your tracks: “As a Greenpeace supporter, and newly elected member of the local Greenpeace General Assembly, would you...

Going with the floe

Blog entry by admin | 8 November, 2012

Blog by Sid French on his experiences on the MV Arctic Sunrise, September 2012 The email was one of those ones that stop you in your tracks: “As a Greenpeace supporter, and newly elected member of the local Greenpeace General Assembly, would you...

Going with the floe

Blog entry by admin | 8 November, 2012

Blog by Sid French on his experiences on the MV Arctic Sunrise, September 2012 The email was one of those ones that stop you in your tracks: “As a Greenpeace supporter, and newly elected member of the local Greenpeace General Assembly, would you...

Going with the floe

Blog entry by admin | 8 November, 2012

Blog by Sid French on his experiences on the MV Arctic Sunrise, September 2012 The email was one of those ones that stop you in your tracks: “As a Greenpeace supporter, and newly elected member of the local Greenpeace General Assembly, would you...

The extraordinary polluting and political powers of the coal industry

Feature Story | 7 November, 2012 at 17:13

Coal companies may soon be allowed to release polluted water from their mines into Queensland’s rivers, such as the Fitzroy, the drinking water catchment of Rockhampton and the Great Barrier Reef World Heritage Area. That’s if the coal industry...

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 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...

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