Making Waves

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  • Mhairi Dunlop - Media Officer

    Blogpost by Andrew - 2 April, 2007 at 20:50 2 comments
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  • Laetitia De Marez - Campaigner

    Blogpost by Andrew - 2 April, 2007 at 20:47
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  • John Coequyt

    Blogpost by Andrew - 2 April, 2007 at 20:41

    Hi all. I am from Minnesota, which, I am sorry to admit, is part of the United States. I am doing my best to manage in the heat and insanity of life in Washington DC. Since 2006, the country seems to have begun to come to its senses, but the climat... Read more >

  • Gavin Edwards - Head of Climate and Energy Campaign

    Blogpost by Andrew - 2 April, 2007 at 20:32
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  • Green my Mela, Steve

    Blogpost by Brian Fitzgerald - 31 March, 2007 at 20:40 2 comments

    Greenpeace Italy didn't miss the opportunity of the grand opening of continental Europe's first Apple store to ask Steve Jobs to make Apple more eco-friendly. They staged a "Steve and Eve" tableau outside the store in Rome and at various... Read more >

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    Blogpost by Brian Fitzgerald - 29 March, 2007 at 18:05 2 comments

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  • Let it out for forest destruction

    Blogpost by Jamie - 27 March, 2007 at 20:41 1 comment

    It's an absolute gift when companies who are being less than kind to the environment have an advertising campaign that, with a few tweaks, can be subverted to expose their dodgy deeds. Such a treat came in the form of the Kleenex 'Let It Out' adverts ... Read more >

  • Esperanza "banned" from Japan

    Blogpost by Andrew - 27 March, 2007 at 19:23 3 comments

    Apparently under some pressure, our agent there has decided she can't represent us. And without an agent it is all but impossible for us to take the ship into port. So we're not being officially blocked by the government, but are being kept out none ... Read more >

  • Twelve activists, from eight countries, have managed to get inside the security perimiter of a nuclear power plant at Belleville Sur Loire in France and scale the cooling tower. Notable in this video (in French) is the complete lack of any security p... Read more >

  • Mapping our losses

    Blogpost by Martin Lloyd - 27 March, 2007 at 16:23

    For some time I've been looking for software that will produce maps of the world where the size of territories is distorted by some relevant metric (population, carbon emissions, GDP per head etc). Now I've found the World Mapper project, which while ... Read more >

  • Life-sized Blue Whale banner

    Blogpost by brianfit - 23 March, 2007 at 10:08 2 comments


    Want a glimpse of just how big a Blue Whale is? Check out this "life-sized" Blue Whale banner from The Whale and Dolphin Conservation Society.

    This is an extremely cool concept: it's really, really hard to visualize how big these creatures are.

    In a li... Read more >

  • The planet has a fever

    Blogpost by Martin Lloyd - 22 March, 2007 at 11:57 2 comments

    Yesterday Al Gore got to do what so many of us want to do and laid out the truth on global warming to sceptics in the US congress. His questioner had ten minutes, of which 9 minutes and 41 seconds were used to attack Gore, leaving 19 seconds response.... Read more >

  • Captain's blog stardate -316217.69: Mike's Week

    Blogpost by brianfit - 21 March, 2007 at 11:45 4 comments

    Mike Fincken is aboard the Rainbow Warrior as part of the Middle East Peace tour. Here's his personal blog of a week in his life:

    Wednesday 07 March

    On the last of the four flights connecting Cape Town to Aden I awoke to the shaking of the airplane mov... Read more >

  • Global warming terrorist plot

    Blogpost by Andrew - 20 March, 2007 at 21:30 1 comment

    Funny post on boingboing today on scary but unlikely terrorist plots. My favorite (of course): Read more >

    Terrorists could infiltrate the world's car companies and manufacture large, fuel-inefficient vehicles like Hummers. Once America has gone all SUV, the resul...
  • The heights of insanity

    Blogpost by brianfit - 20 March, 2007 at 14:28 1 comment

    You have to ask what drives someone to climb a 250 metre (820-foot) smokestack to make a statement. But then you have to ask what drives society to spend money converting power stations to coal when we know our planet is choking on CO2.

    Here's an unus... Read more >

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