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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

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

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Whale-flip!

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

 

4 reasons we’re breaking free from fossil fuels

Blog entry by Annie Leonard | 11 May, 2016

Over the next two weeks, activists like you and me are standing in the way of the world's most dangerous fossil fuel projects. Join the global movement to Break Free and keep fossil fuels in the ground. With the presidential...

10 years ago, the Amazon was being bulldozed for soy. Then everything changed.

Blog entry by Paulo Adario | 10 May, 2016 3 comments

This week – after months of negotiation and uncertainty – the Brazilian government, the soy industry and civil society organizations, including Greenpeace, indefinitely renewed an agreement keeping huge swathes of Amazon rainforest...

The road to Arctic protection

Blog entry by Sara del Rio | 10 May, 2016 1 comment

Over the past year, many you have helped put pressure on OSPAR (the Oslo-Paris Convention) to stand up for Arctic protection. Since we started work on getting OSPAR to protect an area around the North Pole roughly the size of the UK...

Six months later: communities are still suffering from one of Brazil’s worst...

Blog entry by Alan Azevedo | 5 May, 2016

Six months have passed since one of the worst environmental tragedies in Brazil’s history: the Samarco dam collapse . On 5 November, 2015, Samarco’s mining waste dam gave way, releasing a torrent of contaminated mud that killed 19...

Ecological bankruptcy

Blog entry by Rex Weyler | 4 May, 2016 1 comment

There may not be a single large-scale industry or multi-national corporation on Earth that is genuinely profitable if they had to account for their ecological impact. A recent UN-supported report shows that the world's 3,000 largest...

4 reasons to tackle destructive fishing this World Tuna Day

Blog entry by François Chartier | 2 May, 2016

On World Tuna Day, the Greenpeace ship Esperanza is at sea stopping the destructive fishing practices of the largest tuna company on the planet – Thai Union – which owns popular tuna brands like John West, Petit Navire, Mareblu and...

5 helpful vegetarian diet tips for meat-free newbies

Blog entry by Rashini Suriyaarachchi | 30 April, 2016 2 comments

Cutting back on red meat and dairy can be one of the biggest steps to reduce your carbon footprint. While Greenpeace campaign for renewable energy and a transition from fossil fuels, we're also looking at other ways we can protect...

Recycling in Russia: The second life of old things

Blog entry by Violetta Ryabko | 29 April, 2016

Overconsumption is a big problem for some people in Russia. But they don't have access to a proper recycling system. Once a month, people have to carry their separate recyclables to a collection point that's run entirely by volunteers.

Farmers of the future need healthy land

Blog entry by Brecht Goussey | 28 April, 2016

Brecht Goussey is an organic farmer and runs a community-supported agriculture (CSA) farm in the area of Leuven, Belgium. What he struggles with most is access to healthy soil and affordable land to grow food for his local community.

From the heart of the Amazon to the heart of corporate power: how Indigenous...

Blog entry by Daniel Brindis | 27 April, 2016 1 comment

Today, Munduruku Indigenous representatives and activists traveled thousands of kilometres from the heart of the Brazilian Amazon to the annual shareholder’s meeting of General Electric (GE) in the United States. Their goal: to...

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