This page is intended primarily for policy makers, journalists and others who attend or report on international meetings about climate change. Hopefully though, it is also useful to anyone who wants better understanding of what goes on at these meetings, and what is at stake from their results.
For each meeting you will find Greenpeace position statements and other relevant documents, and oftenfirst hand accounts from our delegations. Please note that most of these are archived web page, and so may be out of date.
Sorry, documents from earlier conferences are not in our online archive. Perhaps try the WaybackMachine.
UNFCCC meetings page
Crew of PHYLLIS CORMACK. 1st Greenpeace trip to Amchitka Island to protest USA nuclear testing
Crew of the Phyllis Cormack, first Greenpeace trip to Amchitka Island to protest nuclear weapons testing.
On board the Phyllis Cormack during Greenpeace first protest against nuclear testing off coast of Canada.
Bob Hunter on Phyllis Cormack together with Ben Metcalfe. en route to Amchitka to oppose US nuclear weapons testing.
The Imja Glacier in the Himalayan Khumbu Range of Eastern Nepal, southeast of Mount Everest. This glacier is retreating at nearly 10 metres per year.
The original viewpoint taken at the HPS31 glacier fifty years ago.
The Maori call New Zealand's Franz Josef glacier Ka Roimato or "Frozen Tears", after a tale of doomed lovers. This very dynamic glacier it has retreated 1500 metres since scientific observations began in 1860.
View of the "Blomstrandbreen" Glacier in Svalbard in 1922
Grinnell Glacier in the USA's Glacier National Park flows into the semi-arid high plains through the St Marys and South Saskatchewan Rivers through Canada Hudson's Bay.
The Orubare Glacier (or Elena Glacier) covers a face of Uganda's Mount Rwenzori on the border with the Democratic Republic of Congo. In 1906 this glacier was in one solid piece. Equatorial glaciers are rare and this legendary African glacier on...
1881 - 1890 of 1891 results.