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Greenpeace observer checking heavy ice floes beside Arctic Sunrise.

Expeditions and special projects

Here you can find the special weblogs and tour sites we put up for particular projects. Past project sites are archived, and no longer updated.

Arctic Meltdown expedition - summer 2009: In 2009, the Arctic Sunrise travelled further North than any Greenpeace vessel before to document the devastating effects of climate change on the Greenland ice sheet and on the Arctic Ocean ice cap.

Asian Quit Coal tour 2008

Asian Energy Revolution tour 2005

- Our ship the Rainbow Warrior touring Asia to push for a clean energy revolution in the region to combat global warming.

Yellow River Source Expedition 2005

- Revealing the consequences of global warming on one of China's most important rivers.

Project thin ice 2005 - Documenting climate change in the Arctic.

Greenpeace Energy Revolution - European Tour:Driving the switch to renewables and energy efficiency, the onlysustainable energy system that will enable us to stop climate changeand remove the radioactive threat for good.

Exxon secrets - Exposes the links between ExxonMobil money and the think tanks, associations and individuals denying global warming.

Exxon crimes action weblog- A weblog covering a Greenpeace protest at the Exxon Mobilheadquarters in Texas.  [Note: Exxon is known as Esso in mostparts of the world.]

May 2003

Climate impacts tour - Patagonia - The Arctic Sunrise and crew documenting signs of climate change.

January - February 2004

Antarctica tour 1997 - The Arctic Sunrise and crew documenting signs of climate change in Antarctica.

Arctic tour 1997 - The Arctic Sunrise and crew documenting climate change in the Arctic, and taking action against oil drilling.

More:

The Greenpeace weblog

LiveWire - the Greenpeace Aotearoa NZ weblog

International negotiations - Our first hand accounts from international climate negotiations.

Protests and direct actions - Links to past and current protests about climate and energy issues.

Take action - How you can get involved.

The latest updates

 

By 1997 Grinnell's remnants were less than

Image | 1 April, 1997 at 1:00

By 1997 Grinnell's remnants were less than half its total in 1850. © Fagre, Glacier National Park archives.

Crack in Larsen B ice shelf, Antarctica.

Image | 1 February, 1997 at 0:00

Crack in Larsen B ice shelf, Antarctica.

UN vehicle in flooded Juba Basin region of

Image | 1 January, 1997 at 1:00

UN vehicle in flooded Juba Basin region of Somalia.

ARCTIC SUNRISE near La Coruna

Image | 11 October, 1996 at 1:00

ARCTIC SUNRISE near La Coruna, Atlantic Ocean, Spain.

Hotel powered by solar energy.

Image | 1 October, 1996 at 1:00

Hotel powered by solar energy.

Fast Breeder reactor

Image | 1 January, 1996 at 1:00

The deserted city of Pripyat

Image | 1 December, 1995 at 0:00

The deserted city of Pripyat. Pripyat was home to the workers of Chernobyl and their families (approximately 50 000 people). It's now a nuclear ghost town. The Chernobyl nuclear power station is visible in background.

Solar powered house in England

Image | 30 June, 1995 at 1:00

Solar powered house in England. Solar power can provide electricity and hot water for domestic use.

Glaciers in the Himalayas are receding faster

Image | 1 April, 1995 at 1:00

Glaciers in the Himalayas are receding faster than in any other part of the world. More than 2 billion people - a third of the world's population, rely on the Himalayas for their water.

By 1994 the Orubare had broken into four

Image | 1 April, 1994 at 1:00

By 1994 the Orubare had broken into four smaller glaciers. The glacier catchment basin is vitally important to densely populated Uganda, supplying 500,000 people with water and flowing into the Nile.

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