Community blogs

Volunteers, supporters and bloggers share their experiences.

  • People in Mahan fight for their rights

    Blogpost by Rina D'Souza - March 7, 2013 at 15:20

    Mahan, Singrauli, Waidhan.....these were names thrown at me even before I joined Greenpeace. All I knew was that there is a forest in eastern MadhyaPradesh and we were to set off hot air balloons and actor Abhay Deol was to be a part of this activity.... Read more >

  • 24 million treehuggers and counting

    Blogpost by Brian Fitzgerald - March 6, 2013 at 12:32

    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, 24 million peopl... Read more >

  • Monsanto and the banality of evil

    Blogpost by David Seaton - March 4, 2013 at 16:52

    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 those days there w... Read more >

  • Internet activism, mobilisation and revolution

    Blogpost by James North - February 28, 2013 at 14:44

    Building online communities to change the world.


    Sometimes campaigning for change in the world feels so futile. Like being swept away by a tidal wave of advertising for products that we don't need, whose manufacture destroys the earth that sustain... Read more >

  • Twitter debate on genetically modified food

    Blogpost by Rachita Taneja - February 26, 2013 at 18:46

    One hundred and forty characters seem like nothing- but on Twitter, they can mean a lot. Being able to reach out to thousands of individuals (and maybe some bots) within a couple of minutes is a boon. If you can use this concept for good- it's even be... Read more >

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