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Our weblogs from around the world. Making waves covers general Greenpeace and environmental news. Nuclear reaction spotlights the nuclear industry, Cool IT provides updates from our IT industry climate campaign, and the Climate rescue weblog focuses on all things climate.

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Z heads North Northwest to get to South by Southwest

Blog entry by brianfit | March 10, 2007 2 comments

Zeina, our E-waste campaigner, writes: Two months ago like today, I was queuing at the entrance of the Moscone north in San Francisco with the rest of the APPLE aficionadas hoping to hear that Steve would be revealing the NEW...

New Austin Apple store

Blog entry by brianfit | March 9, 2007 4 comments

Well how about that. Austin, Texas had a brand new Apple Store open up today just as some members of Team Green My Apple hit town to (hopefully) collect the SXSW Web Award for the Green my Apple website. I reckoned I should drop by...

Google News: Greenpeace to continue whaling

Blog entry by Adele | March 9, 2007 2 comments

A little blog for my fellow nerds... Nick in New Zealand sent me this amusing link this morning. As the faithful Googlebot dutifully tried to gather up news about The Esperanza arriving in Sydney (yay!) and our intention to return...

Fishing vessel blacklist/whitelist

Blog entry by Andrew | March 7, 2007

For years, the fisheries regulators have met at international meetings and talked about clamping down on pirate fishing industry. One of the things everyone knows is needed is a global database of suspect fishing vessels - an industry...

No to Trident....

Blog entry by Martin Lloyd | March 7, 2007 1 comment

More of a press release than a blog post, but do tell your friends... The campaign against the Governments proposed Trident Nuclear renewal will take to the Thames tomorrow (Thursday) when The Greenpeace Arctic Sunrise docked in the...

Going the extra mile (per gallon)

Blog entry by Andrew | March 6, 2007 1 comment

There always exist those determined to push the very limits of their cars to the max. But here's a Mother Jones article about a new breed of competitors: "the hypermilers". We glide for over a mile with the engine off, past a gas...

Hugging the tree huggers

Blog entry by tom | March 2, 2007

Every morning I have a quick browse of the news on Greenpeace and a specific search for news on Greenpeace and Apple to see what's being reported about Green my Apple . Often there's something interesting or amusing but occasionally...

Stars & Stinkers

Blog entry by brianfit | March 2, 2007

Darren Barefoot writes: We built this little flash game for DeSmogBlog, a site dedicated to 'clearing the PR pollution that clouds the science on climate change'. They're a serious bunch, and we wanted to lighten things up. The goal...

The crew are free but the ship is not

Blog entry by Lisa | February 28, 2007

The good news is that everyone arrested at Faslane last Friday has been released from jail. More than 20 activists spent 3 days locked up having broken bylaws while blocking the UK's nuclear submarine base for an entire day. The...

The dress rehearsal is over

Blog entry by nick | February 28, 2007

Yesterday we launched the New Zealand version of the Energy [r]evolution report and man it's sobering reading. The standout quote is perhaps this one: It has been said that the entire history of the environmental movement has...

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