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Live blog: what do you want us to do? Stop climate change, ofcourse!

Blog entry by Arpana Udupa | April 24, 2013

Five hours later, the situation remains the same. The ship continues to move forward and we continue to follow it. The activists on board are safe and sound, and we are continuously checking on them, waving from the safety rhib (rigid...

Australia’s coal can help the world- by remaining in the ground!

Blog entry by Arpana Udupa | April 24, 2013

It started at 11 in the morning here and about 7 am in India. Its been more than 4 hours since 6 activists have boarded the MV Meister which is carrying coal to Asia in an act of civil disobedience to stop coal exports from Australia.

Renewable energy a reality in some states, still a pipe dream in others

Blog entry by Neha Khator | April 22, 2013

When planning for a vacation, we all scout for locations that are green and serene. We all want to enjoy the fruits of nature but when it comes to rescuing and fighting for it, we tend to look the other way. This I realized while...

Australia's Great Barrier Reef threatened by coal mining

Blog entry by Arpana Udupa | April 20, 2013

Image: Darren Jew/Greenpeace I joined the Rainbow Warrior III in Townsville, a city in the north-eastern coast of Queensland, Australia. After catching up with my Australian counterparts on the campaign and tour, I found myself in a...

Rainbow Warrior III on a voyage to protect Australia's Great Barrier Reef

Blog entry by Arpana Udupa | April 19, 2013

Image: ©Tom Jefferson/Greenpeace. Greenpeace’s heart lies in its ships since that’s how this organisation came about- a group of determined people risked their lives by taking a fishing boat to Amchitka island (off the coast of...

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