Activists Board Shell Contracted Drillship.

Photo | February 24, 2012

Activists on the Shell-contracted drillship holding the "Stop Shell" Sign. Shell is positioning itself to be at the head of an oil-rush into the Arctic, in expectation that climate change will continue to drive up the average Arctic summer ice melt, and so make drilling in the region easier. Oil spills are virtually impossible to clean up in Arctic conditions.

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Taitu's Maiden Voyage

Video | April 5, 2017 at 9:51

It was a wild and beautiful ride on Taitu's maiden voyage from Wellington to Napier as our intrepid crew head North to confront Statoil and Chevron's reckless oil exploration.

Get on board the People's Boat

Video | April 1, 2017 at 9:53

We are the generation that ends oil. Get on board - because when we stand together, we always win. http://greenpeace.nz/get-on-board

The Oil Blockade 2017

Video | March 5, 2017 at 9:55

Today around 200 people blockaded the oil industry conference in New Plymouth, Taranaki preventing delegates from entering the venue for almost six hours.

The floodlands

Video | February 26, 2017 at 9:57

As if nothing were sacred, precious pockets of conservation land, threatened species, rare wetlands - and even national treasures like Lake Tekapo and Pupu Spings are threatened by industrial dairying's insatiable thirst for water.

Mildred And The Piss-apocalypse

Video | February 5, 2017 at 9:58

Industrial dairy farming in New Zealand is causing big problems for our rivers. Several big new irrigation schemes will drive further expansion and more pollution of our waterways. Click here to take action now: http://greenpeace.nz/saveourrivers

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