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Arctic melt... from Alaska

Blog entry by Juliette | 27 July, 2009

The Observer reported yesterday that the US Army has been sitting on satellite images showing dramatic ice melt in the Arctic in recent years . This begs a few questions. Isn't an army's primary goal to protect the civilians in a...

Nuclear power goes solar

Feature story | 25 July, 2009 at 0:00

Last night Greenpeace was invited by the Austrian authorities to hang a banner from a nuclear power station, unlikely but true. The Zwentendorf nuclear plant was never operated and has been mothballed since the 70's. Today it is to open as a...

Arctic Rice Shelf Collapse

Blog entry by Lisa | 24 July, 2009 3 comments

After our web and press guy, Dave Walsh, on board the Arctic Sunrise noticed a rather amusing typo in a recent draft press release - this is what he sent back to our communications department in Amsterdam for a giggle. The...

One typo...

Blog entry by Martin Lloyd | 24 July, 2009 1 comment

You send the ship an email with one typo, just one tiny typo, and this is what you get back: Rice Shelf Collapses Greenland, 23 July 2009 – The Petermann Rice Shelf has collapsed, dumping five billion tonnes of glacial rice...

What’s good for the nuclear industry is good for Sarkozy

Blog entry by Jess | 23 July, 2009

The world’s greatest nuclear salesman has found himself of a spot of trouble of late. It seems that, while France’s president Nicholas Sarkozy has been traveling the globe trying to sell nuclear technology to anyone who wants it, he’s...

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