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The Kit Kat Easter Egg E-card

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Mister Splashy Pants to the Rescue

Free the Tokyo Two! The world's favourite humpback whale is amazed that his friends have been arrested, and is doing something to help. How about you?

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Duke Anti-Nuke

Evil publicity agents are spreading lies about nuclear power and nuclear weapons. Help Duke convert missile silos and nuclear power plants into weapons-free-zones and safe, clean, renewable energy.

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Eco-quest: the game in which you save endangered species from extinction.

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Your two whale friends each have a special power in this epic struggle to en-bubble submarines and push them out of your ocean world.

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iLove my Apple - I just wish it came in green

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Iceberg in the Southern Ocean

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Rainbow Warrior with white sails

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The latest updates


ExxonMobil in another 'messenger shooting' incident

Feature story | 2 August, 2002 at 0:00

Exxon subsidiary, Mobil Oil Australia is formally complaining to the Australian Press Council about an newspaper article containing Greenpeace quotes. The news piece ran in the Adelaide Advertiser as Mobil was preparing to take its first delivery...

Bad cafeteria food takes on new meaning in Japan

Feature story | 2 August, 2002 at 0:00

The results of Japan’s latest whaling “research” expedition go on sale this week. To combat the dwindling appetite for whale meat among Japanese people, the government is cutting prices and giving a few hundred tonnes of whale meat for school...

Warren Anderson

Image | 1 August, 2002 at 1:00

Warren Anderson, former CEO of Union Carbide, at his door in Bridgehampton, Long Island, New York.

Warren Anderson

Image | 1 August, 2002 at 0:00

Warren Anderson, former Chief Executive Officer of Union Carbide, at his door in Bridgehampton, Long Island, New York.

Marine mammals protest inaction on climate change

Feature story | 31 July, 2002 at 0:00

Marine mammals are fed up with Bush’s inaction on climate change, and his latest announcement that he will not attend the Earth Summit in Johannesburg has prompted protest on both coasts.

72% of the British public say no to nuclear

Image | 30 July, 2002 at 1:00

72% of the British public say no to nuclear power and yes to wind. Greenpeace projects poll result onto Sizewell nuclear plant in Suffolk, UK

Watch The Wind, speak out for clean energy

Feature story | 30 July, 2002 at 0:00

World leaders will meet for the Earth Summit in Johannesburg in less than a month. They will chose to lead us down the path of two possible futures – a world devastated by global warming and nuclear threat, or one powered by the force of the wind...

Greenpeace activists serve coffee and tea

Image | 29 July, 2002 at 1:00

Greenpeace activists serve coffee and tea to employees of the Board of Investments (Dept of Trade and Industry) in downtown Manila from a mobile solar powered cafe to promote the use of clean, sustainable energy. They gathered signatures on a...

Burning our Future

Publication | 29 July, 2002 at 0:00

The true costs of building coal-fired power plants and the case for renewable energy alternatives

Skippers' account of Nuclear Free Seas flotilla's Nuclear titanics encounter

Feature story | 25 July, 2002 at 0:00

"The two plutonium ships obviously had something to hide that could not bear the light of day..." Henk, the Skipper of the Tiama gives a first hand account about how a protest flotilla of 10 small yachts spread across 80 miles of ocean had BNFL...

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