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It’s time to say yes to people, no to oil

This Tuesday, an unprecedented journey started on the shores of Vancouver. For the first time ever, six people from as many First Nations set sail on board the Greenpeace ship MY Esperanza to Haida Gwaii, to help connect coastal communities opposing pipelines and super tankers to the seven-million-strong global movement against Arctic oil drilling.
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Jim Bohlen, 1926 – 2010

Blog entry by cskinner | July 22, 2010

Dear friends, It is with great sadness that I pass along the news that Jim Bohlen, one of the original Greenpeace founders, has died at the age of 84 from Parkinson’s disease. A man of deep principle and conviction, Jim was with...

Not left, not right: just green

Blog entry by akanji | July 21, 2010

For people who think in political boxes, Greenpeace usually ends up in a box way over yonder on the left-hand side of the scale. And they're often surprised to find that's a mistake. We're an environmental group, not a political party,...

Can Japan save the world’s most valuable fish?

Feature story | July 21, 2010 at 7:49

TOKYO: Japan is celebrating “Marine Season” (“Umi-No-Shun-Kan”) this week and it’s also the International Year of Biodiversity. What better way to mark the occasion here than to launch a campaign to protect the most threatened fish species?

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