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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Blogs from the frontlines

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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Greenpeace blocks construction at France’s Flamanville nuclear reactor

Blog entry by Justin | May 5, 2011

At dawn on Monday this week, Greenpeace activists began blocking the construction of the European Pressurized Reactor (EPR) under construction at Flamanville, France. Two trucks were anchored to the ground, blockading the entrance...

Rainbow Warrior begins sampling off Fukushima

Blog entry by Sakyo Noda | May 4, 2011

It has been a frustrating few days on the Rainbow Warrior. Until Sunday we were stopped outside of Tokyo bay, waiting out bad weather, trying to find a ship’s agent to represent us and arrange entry into port to fix our broken gyro...

Unfriend coal around the world, creatively

Blog entry by Jodie Van Horn | May 2, 2011

The Facebook: Unfriend Coal campaign, much like the company at the center of it, has quickly spread across the globe. Perhaps this is because so many young people, early adopters of the platform and avid social networkers, also care...

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