Greenpeace Australia Pacific's gorgeous Origami Whales campaign is currently top of its category in the 2009 Webby Awards. The Webbies, in case you don't know, are like the Oscars of the Internet. There's the judges awards - but also the People's Awards, which means YOU get to vote!
Vote for the Origami Whales (Under rich Media: Non profit/educational)
As of today, some 53,000 Origami whales have swum their way to Japan, to tell the Prime Minister to stop whaling, and stop wasting taxpayer's money on fake science and unwanted whale meat. It's part of our to campaign to end whaling in the Southern Ocean for good, along with our work inside Japan, which includes the exposure of the whale meat scandal, and the subsequent trial of the Tokyo Two, Junichi and Toru.
To register vote in the Webbies, you've got to go to: http://pv.webbyawards.com, then click "Register now to vote" and then confirm your registration [you have to wait a few minutes for the activation email to hit your inbox, then just click on the 'Please visit this url to activate your account'].
Then, if you can't find your way back to the voting page for the Origami whales, then click here... and vote for the Origami Whales
(Under rich Media: Non profit/educational)