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  • Warme[r] welcome

    Blogpost by Jo Kuper - 9 December, 2007 at 17:21

    By Sven, Renewable Energy campaigner

    When I arrived at the harbour to join the media boat heading out to watch the Rainbow Warrior flotilla, it was already pretty busy. Journalists registering at our desk, cameramen carrying heavy equipment - it was ju... Read more >

  • Greenwash bikes

    Blogpost by Daniel - 9 December, 2007 at 8:10 1 comment

    Posted by Daniel, political advisor in Bali

    There has been a lot of talk about the carbon footprint of the Bali climate talks. Questioning the carbon footprint of big events like this is justified. And clearly not everybody who is on Bali needs to be h... Read more >

  • Global Day of Action is exactly what is needed

    Blogpost by Andrew - 8 December, 2007 at 15:49

    We're almost at the half-way point in this marathon of climate negotiations here in Bali, but the first week's progress has been paltry. With recognition of climate change as the single biggest threat to this planet at an all-time high, with scientist... Read more >

  • Rainbow Warrior joins Balinese flotilla of hope

    Blogpost by Jo Kuper - 7 December, 2007 at 16:11

    By Jo, communications officer

    The ships are really where the heart of Greenpeace is. I’ve been lucky enough to have some wonderful experiences on board our ships the Esperanza and Arctic Sunrise. But until today I had never even seen our most iconic sh... Read more >

  • Italian tour wrap up

    Blogpost by Emily - 7 December, 2007 at 13:46 2 comments

    Posted by Emily, campaigner, onboard the Arctic Sunrise in Italy

    Our Italian “Quit Coal” tour has come to an end and it is time for the Arctic Sunrise to sail on to its next destination. Our hard working activists and ship’s crew made this tour a succ... Read more >

  • 2, 4, 6, 8 - How Will Canada Negotiate?

    Blogpost by Daniel - 7 December, 2007 at 9:25

    Posted by Canadian Claire at the Bali International Conference Centre

    On Monday, speaking in Canada’s Parliament, Environment Minister John Baird admitted that a rise of 2°C in the earth’s temperature “is unacceptable.”

    This from a country that a few mo... Read more >

  • With Temperatures High in Bali, the US Blows more Hot Air

    Blogpost by Daniel - 7 December, 2007 at 5:14

    Posted by Chris Miller, Climate Team Leader, Greenpeace USA at the Bali International Conference Centre

    Day four from the Bali UN Climate Conference brought an announcement from the United States delegation. Was it that they had decided to join Austra... Read more >

  • Posted by Daniel, political advisor at the Bali International Conference Centre

    Almost a full working week is over at these climate talks. In another week, the end game will start. We will start to have an inkling of whether our efforts here have been ... Read more >

  • Video: Activists occupy Czech coal plant

    Blogpost by Andrew - 6 December, 2007 at 15:15 1 comment

    By Andrew, web producer, in Amsterdam

    From Jan Rovensky, a Greenpeace Czech campaigner on top of the chimney: Read more >

    This plant is a symbol of how coal not only threatens the world’s climate but devastates the land and people’s lives. Nearly a hundred villages...
  • Shots fired at coal plant protest

    Blogpost by Andrew - 5 December, 2007 at 15:32 1 comment

    By Andrew, web producer, in Amsterdam

    This happened last Saturday, but I just saw the video. As you can see, the Greenpeace activists got their giant banner deployed without getting hurt or killed. Great shot in there of one protester passively resisti... Read more >

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