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  • Al Gore talk at hyperspeed

    Blogpost by Andrew - 16 April, 2008 at 20:38

    I'll admit it. I never watched his movie, never saw the slideshow. Thought they were great for other people, but I already know how dangerous climate change is. Plus, I'm a busy busy person. (I mean, aren't we all?) Still... Always felt like I really ... Read more >

  • Greek fishermen hungry for a cause

    Blogpost by Lisa - 16 April, 2008 at 16:33


    Some exciting news from the Mediterranean... On Monday, after a day of demonstrations by Greek fishermen, against a government decision to allow trawling in near-shore waters, 19 fishermen started a hunger strike outside the ministry building in favou... Read more >

  • Palau proposes protection for fish

    Blogpost by Jess - 16 April, 2008 at 7:37 1 comment

    Big news here in the South Pacific today. The president of Palau announced the Fisheries Protection Act of 2008. With an acknowledgment that large scale fishing operations are responsible for the decline of the world’s fish stocks, especially tuna, Pr... Read more >

  • Nisshin Maru arrives in Tokyo: Failed Research

    © Greenpeace/Naomi Toyoda

    Japan's factory whaling ship, the Nisshin Maru was "welcomed" into Tokyo earlier today, by Junichi and our team from Greenpeace Japan, along with the word "failed" to accompany the ubiquitous and Orwellian "RESEARCH" painted o... Read more >

  • We're number 96!

    Blogpost by Andrew - 14 April, 2008 at 19:03 1 comment

    A site named Wikio ranked, "influential blogs in the UK blogosphere". Believe it or not, we're number 96. Wooohoo!

    Please link to us from your blog to help us reach our goal of 95th place. (Watch out Adrian, we're up and coming!) Read more >

  • Pacific Marine Reserves

    Blogpost by Jess - 14 April, 2008 at 3:39 1 comment

    Well let me tell you, August in the district ain't got nothin' on an afternoon on deck in the South Pacific. It is hot as anything here. We've been sailing for 4 days now and we've spent most of it preparing for our tour through the South Pacific. T... Read more >

  • Mother Jones: Greenpeace and Black Ops

    Blogpost by Dave - 12 April, 2008 at 14:13

    "Meet the private security firm that spied on Greenpeace and other environmental outfits for corporate clients. A tale of intrigue, infiltration, and dumpster-diving."

    Just published on the Mother Jones website, an intriguing article by James Ridgeway... Read more >

  • snapper1207748026925.pngConsider this… Olive Ridley turtles rely on an inexplicable, in-built navigation system that guides them, when it’s time for them to reproduce, back to the precise coast on which they were born -- whether it's still there or not. And if it ain't ther... Read more >

  • Beware the 'consumer choice' excuse

    Blogpost by tom - 8 April, 2008 at 17:14 2 comments

    In a long Guardian article from a couple of weeks back I noticed a fine example of the favourite "consumer choice" excuse of corporations under pressure to change their ways. The massive German car maker Volkswagen has more efficient versions (blue mo... Read more >

  • Greenpeace's big European cars petition

    Blogpost by eoin - 7 April, 2008 at 13:37 1 comment

    Last week journalists revealed that Merkel and Sarkozy are planning to water down EU legislation tackling CO2 emissions from cars. That's why we launched a petition on Friday, calling on other top European politicians to resist. The petition has been ... Read more >

  • Because this Google Earth deserves a voice...

    Blogpost by brianfit - 3 April, 2008 at 22:41 5 comments


    I once read that when the Apollo 8 astronauts made the first orbit of the moon, the "Earthrise" that they witnessed was such an unexpected wonder that it introduced complete chaos to their scripted-to-the-minute schedule. They forgot about radio c... Read more >

  • Today we are all "banditi"

    Blogpost by Salvatore - 3 April, 2008 at 21:51


    What happens when a cat, a dog, a mouse, a rabbit, a gorilla, a walrus and a snowman accuse themselves of being bandits?

    The result is that a court throws out an injunction and states the right of demonstration for the environment and public health.

    Thi... Read more >

  • Extreme blogging high

    Blogpost by tom - 1 April, 2008 at 15:20 2 comments

    You see the lengths we go to bring you, our dear readers, the absolute latest developments – here is one of our climbers hundreds of feet up a chemical plant chimney who has even forsaken holding on to use both hands to type out a entry……

    Climber blogging from chimney

    If you read G... Read more >

  • Renewable energy vs Nuclear power

    Blogpost by Andrew - 31 March, 2008 at 17:06 5 comments

    We've been saying for years that nuclear power comes at a cost to renewable energy. Nice to hear someone in the nuclear industry agree. From the Guardian: Read more >

    Industry recognises that nuclear power and renewables in Britain are mutually exclusive because...
  • New ship webcam - Arctic Sunrise

    Blogpost by Andrew - 30 March, 2008 at 14:56

    Click for webcam Thom (radio operator) and Wout (external systems techie) have set up a webcam for the Arctic Sunrise. Now you can follow what the ship is up to, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. That said, today's a Sunday - the only day off for the crew. Keep your ey... Read more >

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