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  • When the last tree is cut...

    Blogpost by JulietteH - November 1, 2010 at 16:12

    There's a proverb that says: "When the last tree is cut, when the last river has been poisoned, when the last fish has been caught, then we will find out that we can't eat money."

    Looking at this photo by Daniel Beltrá, I am reminded of this prover...

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  • Farewell, fishing?

    Blogpost by Karli Thomas - November 1, 2010 at 13:14

    It’s hard to tell if it is a simple faux pas or a grim prophetic view of what’s to come.

    Philippine media outlet Sun Star reported recently a new fishing vessel acquired under a joint venture between a local fishing tycoon and “Taiwan-based Farewell ... Read more >

  • How our Nestle campaign travelled around the web

    Blogpost by nyoung - November 1, 2010 at 8:59

    Sinar Mas influence map

    The Sinar Mas influence map by Salter Baxter

    Is it a tube map for spiders? A diagram of the galactic core? No, it's an analysis of our ongoing Sinar Mas campaign, specifically the way it has evolved online.

    Communication consultants Salter Bax... Read more >

  • Seafood boss has fishy view on bottom trawling

    Blogpost by Karli Thomas - October 27, 2010 at 17:53

    The Seafood Industry Association's boss, Peter Bodeker is right on one thing: Good reputations are hard to earn and easy to lose. And it's for exactly that reason that the fishing industry should be appalled at the environmental vandalism being carrie... Read more >

  • Continued inaction is not an option at the Convention on Biological Diversity

    Blogpost by Seni Nabou - October 26, 2010 at 17:27

    Our Pacific Political Advisor Seni Nabou reports back from the first few days of meetings at the UN’s Convention for Biological Diversity (CBD), in Nagoya, Japan.

    As a Pacific Islander, attending these big world conferences can be overwhelming. The... Read more >

  • Being a part of a Greenpeace ship tour is never boring. Generally, you expect the unexpected, and then you're surprised. But even by ship tour standards, the Rainbow Warrior's recent 'tour' of Indonesia was an interesting one.

    It s... Read more >

  • The State of Play at the UN Biodiversity Summit

    Blogpost by Natalie - October 25, 2010 at 0:29

    The main meeting room at the UN Convention on Biological Diversity in Nagoya, Japan.

    Hello there. I am Nathalie- an oceans policy advisor at Greenpeace, and I have the privilege of leading the Greenpeace team here at CBD COP10. It has now been mo... Read more >

  • The ship that sailed herself

    Blogpost by EoinD - October 21, 2010 at 10:15

    Did you hear about the time the Rainbow Warrior sailed herself through a French military blockade, with no captain in sight? Watch the video below.

    Manuel Pinto from our ship's department was there. Listening to him tell the story in this video, I'm ... Read more >

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