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Our weblogs from around the world. Making Waves covers general Greenpeace and environmental news and Nuclear Reaction spotlights the nuclear industry.

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Earth, Fire, Ice...and clingfilm

Blog entry by Adele | 21 February, 2007

A shameless plug now for a friend of mine who braved London's Milennium Bridge wrapped in cling film to promote his new campaign against global warming. Earth Fire Ice co-founders Sean Cornwell and Ed Stumpf have set off to compete...

Three times a loser

Blog entry by Richard | 21 February, 2007

For the third time, European Environment Ministers have blocked a European Commission (EC) proposal to force member countries to accept the cultivation of genetically engineered (GE) crops on their soil. This time it was Hungary who...

Bright idea? Australia bans incandescent bulbs

Blog entry by Adele | 20 February, 2007

At last something nice to say about Australia and climate (and I'm not talking about the sunny summer that has seen my dad's garden go brown because of water restrictions). Australia has banned incandescent light bulbs as of 2010, and...

The Infinite Loop response that never was

Blog entry by tom | 20 February, 2007

For our Green my Apple campaign I've been watching the online buzz on blogs about the campaign closely. An influential blog on Apple is Infinite Loop . Back at the start of January, Infinite Loop ran an article claiming that "EPA...

Rainbow Warrior too dangerous to allow into Iran

Blog entry by brianfit | 19 February, 2007

Mike Townsley is aboard the Greenpeace ship Rainbow Warrior, which was just refused permission to enter Iran as part of our Middle East Peace Tour. --b We must have been close to Iran, and in the Persian Gulf: A "Coalition"...

Stars protest Nuclear Weapons

Blog entry by Martin Lloyd | 19 February, 2007

About time too Pop culture has been a-political for too long.

16th of feb - by Marie Ann Lee

Blog entry by Agnes de Rooij | 19 February, 2007

The past couple of weeks have been the most stressful ever. Personally, it’s been the busiest period of my life being a graduating student and all, and adding to the bulk of school work expected of me was planning for the Solar...

World won't forgive whalers for disaster: NZ PM

Blog entry by Adele | 19 February, 2007 3 comments

According to AAP and various other news sources, New Zealand Prime Minister Helen Clark called on Japanese whalers to deal with their damaged vessel in Antarctic waters or face international outrage if it caused an environmental...

Kleenex boxes come with Kleercut message

Blog entry by tom | 18 February, 2007 2 comments

Great activism story from the Washington Post : "Wiping away ancient forests," warned a note found inside a box bought recently at a drug store in New York by a stuffy-nosed reporter. "Here's a little secret that Kimberly-Clark, the...

Greenpeace wins nuclear legal challenge in UK

Blog entry by Jamie | 15 February, 2007 1 comment

It's been a good day here in the UK. Several months ago, we launched a legal case against the government's flawed energy review which backed a new generation of nuclear power stations. The case we brought to challenge that decision was...

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