Finding Heart In The Melting Arctic

The crew of the Greenpeace ship MY Arctic Sunrise construct a 'heart', with the flags of the 193 country members of the United Nations on an ice floe north of the Arctic Circle. The 'heart' of flags is suspended by wires a few centimetres from the ice surface and symbolises an emotional appeal for united global action to protect the Arctic'. Greenpeace International is hosting an event in New York on the eve of the UN General Assembly which will present the latest science on changes in the Polar regions and then discuss an appropriate response from the international community.

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Voices of the Great Bear Rainforest Vol 4: Eduardo Sousa

Video | November 18, 2015 at 13:24

This fourth installment of "Voices of the Great Bear Rainforest" features Eduardo Sousa, senior forest campaigner for Greenpeace. Eduardo recounts Greenpeace's 20 years of campaigning to safeguard the Great Bear Rainforest from destructive...

Ep. 28: Breaking Down the Upcoming Climate Summit

Podcast | November 5, 2015 at 14:38

A First Nation community tells logging companies: “Our land is not for sale”

Video | September 21, 2015 at 16:11

The Cree Nation of Waswanipi is fighting to protect its ancestral land from logging. The Broadback Valley, located close to James Bay in northern Quebec, Canada is at heart of these lands and is one of the last intact forests in the region.

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