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  • Corridor gossip – New Zealand fails to back pacific neighbours again?

    Blogpost by Geoff Keey - June 3, 2010 at 8:49

    Late this afternoon I overheard a rumour.

    Apparently the Alliance of Small Island States had a proposal for some work looking at how to achieve the 1.5 degree target that they are promoting. It's the target that science shows gives vulnerable count... Read more >

  • Brownlee and oil – relics of a dying age

    Blogpost by sboxer - June 2, 2010 at 11:42

    In the film Amazing Grace  set in the 19th century there is a scene where the British Parliament is debating the end of slavery. Members of that Parliament argue that the end of slavery would have massive economic impacts that would harm Britain and ... Read more >

  • In the opening plenary of the Kyoto Protocol negotiations this morning (the big meeting at the start where countries agree to the agenda for the negotiations and make their opening statements), the current chair Ambassador John Ashe announced that ... Read more >

  • NZ diplomat in race for senior UN climate post

    Blogpost by Geoff Keey - June 1, 2010 at 0:00

    New Zealand’s climate change ambassador Adrian Macey has been nominated as a candidate for the chair of the Kyoto Protocol (KP) negotiations. This is one of the two key strands in the United Nations (UN) climatechange negotiations and includes nego... Read more >

  • Where rainbow warriors go to rest

    Blogpost by jacko - May 31, 2010 at 9:40 1 comment

    Matauri Bay work crewWalking along the water’s edge of Matauri Bay. Not a soul in sight. Sunrise brightening the sky. The moon, still large in the sky, casts its ivory glow over the hills. A magical aura surrounds this place. Soothing, like a balm on my soul.

    If you hav... Read more >

  • Back to Bonn

    Blogpost by geoff - May 31, 2010 at 6:44

    Greenpeace NZ political advisor Geoff Keey reports on the latest round of climate talks.

    Here I am, just over six months after Copenhagen, back at the United Nations climate change negotiations in Bonn.  I'm staying in a small hotel in the Bonn subur... Read more >

  • Fish jumping ship

    Blogpost by Phil - May 28, 2010 at 8:05 6 comments

    The vast majority of the world’s internationally traded seafood moves by sea.  Many unfortunate fish find themselves ripped out of the ocean only to be gutted, frozen, shoveled into containers, and sent plowing across the top of it in a massive cargo ... Read more >

  • Krill, baby, Krill!

    Blogpost by Phil - May 27, 2010 at 12:46

    We humans are an inventive species. We never tire of finding new ways to do things. Just as we are plundering ever-stupider places to feed our dependency on fossil fuels, so we're unerringly heading to the most environmentally-damaging places to f... Read more >

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