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Sad fish at the launch of the NZ Red Fish List

Image | August 10, 2008 at 23:51

Sad fish at the launch of the NZ Red Fish List at the Auckland waterfront.

Sad fish at the launch of the NZ Red Fish List

Image | August 10, 2008 at 1:00

Sad fish at the launch of the NZ Red Fish List at Kelly Tarlton's in Auckland

Greenpeace Red Fish List launched in New Zealand

Feature story | August 10, 2008 at 0:00

Today Greenpeace launched the New Zealand Red Fish List – a guide to help consumers avoid buying fish that comes from the most unsustainable fisheries.

Autolib or how to get rid of Parisian smog

Blog entry by Francois | August 8, 2008

Traffic on the Avenue des Champs-elysees, Paris, France (CC) boulanger.IE Bertrand Delanoe, the Mayor of Paris, has proposed a greener way to travel in the City of Light: Autolib', a self-service electric car rental system...

Weaning off the pasture crack

Blog entry by Kathy | August 6, 2008

Another fantastic edition of new magazine GOOD has just hit the shelves, with one of the highlights being the article “The Real Dirt on Dairy Farms” (see page 4). Written by environmental reporting stalwart Dave Hansford, the piece...

Conning the Congo

Feature story | July 31, 2008 at 0:00

Just as the need to save the world’s forests for climate protection is becoming widely recognised, we have discovered that major logging companies - operating in the Congo basin - are increasingly destroying one of the most ecologically important...

Who was your forest love?

Blog entry by Nick | July 30, 2008

Everyone loves the forests ... but you might be surprised to know just how far some people are willing to go. Greenpeace International have just released a rather raunchy spoof of a video put out by the European Commission. To get you...

Timber companies shift to save the forests

Blog entry by Francois | July 29, 2008

Forests are the lungs of the Earth, we know that. But, the world’s ancient forests also provide the world with water, shape the world’s climate and support as much as 90 per cent of the earth’s land-based plant and animals. They are...

Take action: Contact the Prosecutor about the real whaling scandal

Blog entry by Nick | July 28, 2008

To the quarter of a million people who sent messages asking for the release of Junichi and Toru the Greenpeace japan office says thank you! But now we need your help again! When appealing against the release of our scandal-busting...

A new paint job for some coal ships across the Tasman

Blog entry by Nick | July 28, 2008

MACKAY AUSTRALIA - Greenpeace activists in inflatables targeted a queue of almost 50 coal ships at Hay Point port in Queensland and are currently painting them with climate change protest messages such as: 'RUDD EXPORTING CO2',...

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