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The European Parliament backs our vision for an Arctic sanctuary

Blog entry by Neil Hamilton | 12 March, 2014 11 comments

Tonight I’ll sleep well, knowing that there is finally something happening within the international community about protecting the Arctic. It’s not going to change things overnight, but it’s very positive, and something that our...

5 Greenpeace Facebook moments to remember

Blog entry by JulietteH | 4 February, 2014

The social networking giant, Facebook, turned ten today, but what does that have to do with Greenpeace? Well, whether you’ve signed in or not, Facebook has become a prime mover in digital activism. It's played a role in, and...

How can we support sustainable development in Greenland?

Blog entry by Jon Burgwald | 4 February, 2014 1 comment

In the small town of Aasiaat in Western Greenland, the sleigh dogs are becoming restless and fewer in numbers. Located on one of the many islands at the edge of the picturesque Disco Bay, the dogs have played an important role in...

'The Planet Does Not Need Saving' - Video Interview with Huffington Post Live

Blog entry by Kumi Naidoo | 30 January, 2014

Kumi Naidoo, International Executive Director of Greenpeace, addressed the struggle of climate change during an interview with HuffPost Live at Davos.

Shell's Arctic albatross

Blog entry by James Turner | 30 January, 2014

'God save thee, ancient Mariner! From the fiends, that plague thee thus! Why look'st thou so?' 'With my cross-bow I shot the Albatross.' Samuel Taylor Coleridge The Rime of the Ancient Mariner, 1798 A little over ten...

Don't bet on coal and oil growth

Blog entry by Kumi Naidoo | 24 January, 2014

A mind-boggling sum of about $800 for each person on the planet is invested into fossil fuel companies through the global capital markets alone. That’s roughly 10% of the total capital invested in listed companies. The amount of...

Davos: the shifting nature of power and the shifting power of nature

Blog entry by Kumi Naidoo | 22 January, 2014

One of the most challenging weeks of my working life starts today: the week of the Annual Meeting of the World Economic Forum (WEF) in Davos. Over 2,500 presidents, prime minsters, CEOs, celebrities and academics with a smattering...

Viewpoint: European Commission wearing emperor's new clothes in Davos

Blog entry by Kaisa Kosonen | 22 January, 2014

Climate change returned to the agenda of the World Economic Forum in Davos this year. And I expect the all-too-familiar placatory phrases will be back as well: it is very urgent and very serious; it is getting worse, and "we" or ...

Gazprom is trying to conceal its oil catastrophe in Siberia

Blog entry by Maria Favorskaya | 22 January, 2014

In August 2013, activists from a local NGO reported an oil spill in the north of the Tomsk region, Siberia. Two months later, Rosprirodnadzor (Russia's environmental supervision agency) examined the area in Gazprom's Urmanskoe oil...

A small victory for the Arctic, a huge step for the Komi Peoples

Blog entry by Jon Burgwald | 21 January, 2014

The Indigenous Peoples of Russia’s Komi Republic are celebrating a rare victory today, after one of the oil companies that has been polluting their traditional land , was finally held to account. Lukoil, one of the oil companies...

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