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The Green Light District of Amsterdam. What?

Blog entry by Dave | 17 October, 2006 9 comments

© Greenpeace/Lombardi Well, with all this talk of " climate porn ", some of our activists in Amsterdam have gone one better - they've set up a "Green Light District" in the heart of Amsterdam's Red Light District by replacing the...

300 million and counting

Blog entry by Richard | 17 October, 2006

At 07:46 East Coast Time on the 17th October 2006 in the United States, a momentous event occurred. The 300 millionth American was born. Or as some people in the US have been pointing out, they most likely just walked across the border...

Tuna: Yes, it really is a fish, no, it's not nice to dolphins, and it's in deep deep ...

Blog entry by Dave | 13 October, 2006 6 comments

This is tuna: This is also tuna: © Greenpeace/Alex Hofford The current webbie on the Esperanza, Richella, has been writing about tuna today . Funny this, as I'd been thinking about tuna myself the last few days (yes, I think...

September: The Month in Pictures

Blog entry by Dave | 12 October, 2006

Here's the top photos from Greenpeace photographers during September. Some sobering stuff... Above: 19 September 2006 - Aerial view of the mud gushing out of a Lapindo Brantas Inc. gas exploration well in Sidoarjo, East Java. The...

Finland wins the Golden Chainsaw Award

Blog entry by Dave | 12 October, 2006

This one slipped by me, despite my having been at last year's Forest Rescue Station in Finland . Finland, you see, has managed to win the Golden Chainsaw Award, which we reserve for the worst forest crime offenders. Between the the...

Nuke Pub Quiz - Nuclear Weapons in Europe

Blog entry by Dave | 12 October, 2006 1 comment

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Green my Apple: Audience as Campaigner

Blog entry by brianfit | 12 October, 2006

This bit of feedback from one of my personal heroes, Kathy Sierra, made my day: Greenpeace takes a novel, inspiring approach to a campaign to make Apple 'green' . Rather than attacking the company, it encourages Apple fans...

An inconvenient truth

Blog entry by Martin Lloyd | 12 October, 2006

Al Gore's film ' An Inconvenient Truth ' opens in Holland today. You'd think that with the world approaching a literal melt down you wouldn't need a movie to get people's attention. But there's the rub - these days there are so many...

Humanity has started eating the planet

Blog entry by Dave | 12 October, 2006

There was a fairly stiff article in today's Independent (UK): "Today is a bleak day for the environment, the day of the year when mankind over-exploits the world's resources - the day when we start living beyond our ecological means...

Fair winds, Bruce Abraham

Blog entry by Brian Fitzgerald | 10 October, 2006 5 comments

Pete Willcox, first skipper of the Rainbow Warrior, wrote this homage to activist Bruce Abraham: Bruce Abraham died yesterday. I do not know the details. I met Bruce in 1983 in Seattle, when we were there getting ready for...

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