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Congratulations on a well-deserved award

Blog entry by Kumi | 4 December, 2009

Congratulatations to René Ngongo, who receives the Right Livelihood Award (otherwise known as the "Alternative Nobel Prize") in Stockholm this evening. While we all hope we'd be ready to put our personal freedoms on the line for...

Congo's Forest Protector receives Right Livelihood Award

Press release | 4 December, 2009 at 12:46

René Ngongo, Greenpeace Africa Political Advisor and civil society activist for 18 years, today receives the Right Livelihood Award at the Swedish Parliament for his dedicated, and at times dangerous, work in defending the rights and livelihood...

Messages to 2109 - a time capsule that talks back to you

Press release | 4 December, 2009 at 12:37

Imagine writing a letter to the future. And getting a reply. Love Letters to the Future is part puzzle, part story, part activism. It's about climate change and the impacts it will have on our future. It's a multi-platform experience - an...

Congo's forest protector receives Right Livelihood Award

Feature story | 4 December, 2009 at 0:00

As Barack Obama prepares to pick up a Peace Prize he's yet to earn, a truly deserving activist collects the Alternative Nobel Prize for his work to save the forests of the Congo.

Radio France Internationale: Greenpeace reveals dangerous radiation in Niger

Blog entry by Justin | 3 December, 2009

Radio France Internationale have featured Greenpeace’s findings of radioactive contamination on the streets of Niger’s uranium mining villages . You can hear an interview with Greenpeace International nuclear campaigner Rianne Teule...

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