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As the politicians start to arrive...

Blog entry by Activist | November 14, 2006

This is the week when the ministers come out. Even Kofi Annan is speaking tomrorrow. We've been running around after delegates to get them to participate in out photo event. We have a big poster where they can put their head in and we...

Solutions from the Kibera slum

Blog entry by Activist | November 13, 2006

The Kibera Youth Community Programme is implementing solar cooking and solar power projects as a self sustained youth employment strategy. They have tons of other projects and are quite possibly the most kindly people on earth. The...

From 2006 to 2009

Image | November 9, 2006 at 15:50

In order to expose rampant Boreal Forest destruction Greenpeace targets logging companies and customers in a series of direct actions and protests around the world.

Forest Action Against Kimberly Clark in Italy, 2006

Image | November 9, 2006 at 11:55

Greenpeace activists suspend a banner reading ‘Stop Flushing Ancient Forests Down the Toilet’ from the rooftop of the European headquarters of the world’s largest paper tissue manufacturer, Kimberly-Clark. Activists also installed toilet bowls...

The COP hop (Canada jumps back from Kyoto)...

Blog entry by Anil Kanji | November 9, 2006 1 comment

The first days of the COP (Kyoto protocol meeting) here in Nairobi are full of lobbying, attending side events and strategizing. The conference is being held at the United Nations Environment Programme compound, which also houses the...

Jake T

Blog entry | November 7, 2006

You might say that Jake Torrie was born an environmentalist. With both parents employed as energy experts pushing renewables and conservation, Jake was the kind of kid who, he says, was “enrolled in after school programs and sent off...


Blog entry | November 7, 2006

Contributors to are Greenpeace Canada staff, volunteers and supporters from across Canada and around the globe. Learn a little more about our bloggers: Jake T Josh Brandon Kim Fry Shawn Patrick

Jambo! Hitting the ground running in Kenya...

Blog entry by Activist | November 4, 2006

I made it safe and sound from Toronto to Nairobi yesterday. It was a strange trip. I imagined the flight in to Kenya being small and full of Africans, actually, it was a jumbo jet filled with tourists. "Don't safarai by balloon, all we...


Blog entry | October 31, 2006

Welcome to Greenpeace Canada blogs. We are going to be bringing you the experiences of Greenpeace Canada staff and volunteers as they pursue their important work in Canada and around the world.

Displaying Banner- Baltic Tour

Image | September 11, 2006 at 12:24

A Greenpeace activist displays a banner reading: 'Marine Reserves Now' in a pledge to introduce marine reserves into the Baltic Sea. The reserves would protect marine life which is currently being fished close to or beyond safe biological limits.

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