Blogs

Opinions, experiences, anecdotes and stories behind great movements. Read all of it here. Activists, volunteers, writers, issue experts and Greenpeace campaigners blog about the environment and much more. Start reading now.

 

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Greenpeace campaigners share their moments of success, instances of inspiration and all the knowledge about the issues they've been working on relentlessly. Check out the blogs here.

Community Blogs:

Blogs from the Greenpeace Community

Volunteers, activists, writers and environmental enthusiasts from beyond the world of Greenpeace share their stories in this section. Read how everyone’s trying to make a difference here.

 

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24 million treehuggers and counting

Blog entry by Brian Fitzgerald | March 6, 2013

Our 2012 numbers are in, and we're proud to say that 24 million people now subscribe to Greenpeace information or action alerts around the world. That's 24 million people who don't accept that cataclysmic climate change is acceptable,...

Monsanto and the banality of evil

Blog entry by David Seaton | March 4, 2013

My great uncle was one of the original chemists of Monsanto. The boss had no money for the payroll and he paid them in shares. My great aunt had to work in a sweatshop for two years so that they could eat. They all ended up rich. In...

Activist Brikesh Singh to be a part of CNN IBN Citizen Journalist awards

Blog entry by Ignatius Thekaekara | March 1, 2013

Greenpeace activist Brikesh Singh has been invited to the CNN IBN Citizen Journalist (CJ) awards 2013. Citizen Journalist is an initiative by CNN IBN where viewers become reporters and armed with a camera they tell stories of injustice...

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