Month in Pictures - February 2011

05 February 2011 - New Zealand. A Greenpeace activist is removed from the anchor chain of the MV Great Motion by police. Other activists have occupied the ship's crane. The MV Great Motion has 10,000 tonnes of palm kernel on board. Greenpeace is calling for the Government to put a stop to Fonterra’s expanding use of palm kernel, which is typically grown on land cleared of rainforest. Read more

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Stop Bad Tuna

Video | August 3, 2016 at 17:05

Greenpeace activists have now been blocking the Mars, Incorporated Whiskas factory in Whanganui, New Zealand for over 8 hours to Stop Bad Tuna.

Solar Series - Episode 02 - The Clumpers

Video | August 3, 2016 at 16:43

How big is your rig? Here the Clumpers talking about their solar rig and dispel some of Unison's myths about the the Solar Tax. If you think a tax on solar is a bad idea, sign the petition here: http://grnpc.org/say-nah-to-the-solar..

Solar Series - Episode 01 - Solar Tax? Yeah, Nah.

Video | August 3, 2016 at 15:47

We went to the Hawke's Bay to talk to people about solar power. Here's what people there think of Unison's Solar Tax. If you think a tax on solar is a bad idea, sign the petition here: http://grnpc.org/say-nah-to-the-solar... Find out...

ACC Dirty Delivery - Public Money for Dodgy Dams

Video | July 8, 2016 at 16:55

Greenpeace activists joined local Hawke's Bay community members outside the Hawke's Bay Regional Council to oppose the Ruataniwha irrigation dam. From a van marked, "ACC Dirty Delivery - Public Money for Dodgy Dam", several giant money sacks...

Dairy Sewage Blockade at ACC

Video | May 4, 2016 at 17:14

Greenpeace blockaded the ACC building in Wellington with 6,000 litres of dairy sewage ... watch this video to find out why. Take action here: http://grnpc.org/say-no-to-govt-funded-river-pollution #SaveOurRivers

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