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  • Day 4: Groundwork on Aitutaki

    Blogpost by Keisha Castle-Hughes - June 25, 2009 at 16:20

    Hey everybody,

    I survived the transit across to Aitutaki! There has been quite a swell and a lot of movement but I managed to sleep through the majority of it; I was only sick once, man, am I grateful.

    A quick trip on the Greenpeace RIBThis morning we jumped on the inflatables to come... Read more >

  • Day 3: The Boxing Day races are no more

    Blogpost by Keisha Castle-Hughes - June 24, 2009 at 14:38

    Kia Orana koutou,

    Yet another eye-opening day, it’s been jam-packed with knowledge and I’m soaking it all up like a sponge.

    The EsperanzaI began the day with a meeting with Sir. Frederick Goodwin, the Queens Representative here in the Cooks. He was clued-up on the... Read more >

  • Day 2: Up close and personal with climate change

    Blogpost by Keisha Castle-Hughes - June 23, 2009 at 20:05

    Hey everyone,

    Well I have had a jam-packed day!

    Firstly, we had an open boat of the Esperanza this morning. The weather didn’t start out looking too flash but that didn’t stop people flocking to come and learn about life on board and more about w... Read more >

  • Matt Watson talks about fishing and sustainability

    Blogpost by nick - June 23, 2009 at 7:24 1 comment

    Extreme fisherman and star of the Ultimate Fishing Show Matt Watson talks about fishing, sustainability and the Greenpeace report: While Stocks.

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  • To GE or not to GE?

    Blogpost by jacko - June 23, 2009 at 6:56 8 comments

    Once again the release of some crazy genetic experiments have been foiled. A couple of weeks ago the High Court did what our so called ‘environmental risk’ management agency (ERMA) didn’t. The High Court effectively stopped the release of numerous gen... Read more >

  • Day one aboard the Esperanza

    Blogpost by Keisha Castle-Hughes - June 22, 2009 at 22:23

    Kia Orana!

    Here we are finally on the Esperanza. Man, it’s pretty amazing, not sure what I had expected but it has definitely blown my mind! It’s huge – and there is a fabulous crew on board. It’s very humbling to be around a group of people who are a... Read more >

  • Who said there's no such thing as a free lunch?

    Blogpost by Keith Nolan - June 22, 2009 at 15:22

    It's Keith here again - I am the Auckland signature gathering coordinator for the Greenpeace Sign On campaign. I would like to invite all volunteers and supporters who have an interest in helping out with gathering signatures to a Sign On campaign tra... Read more >

  • Voices from the Pacific

    Blogpost by Keisha Castle-Hughes - June 18, 2009 at 17:17

    Hi there everyone!

    Just a quick note about the Sign On campaign. Initially, I wanted to be a part of the campaign because I believe in what it stands for. I am always very wary of what I agree to do, too much and it takes away from the truth of the me... Read more >

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