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First faces of fortress Europe

Blog entry by Dave Logie | April 2, 2016

It’s officially spring in the Northern Hemisphere but nobody seems to have told the weather gods in Lesbos. As 50-knot gusts of wind thump the island from the south, at least they bring welcome warm air and time to put some thoughts to...

Damn the dam: The threat one mega-dam poses to the Amazon and those who live there

Blog entry by Tica Minami | March 29, 2016

The Tapajós River – in the heart of the Amazon  –  is home to thousands of people and incomparable biodiversity. But all that could change if a proposed mega-dam project moves forward. At the moment you’re reading this,...

A big deal for our ocean

Blog entry by Magnus Eckeskog | March 28, 2016

Today governments from all over the world will meet at the United Nations in New York to develop a new treaty to save our oceans.  We will be there  to ensure clear rules for the creation of sanctuaries that will give our oceans the...

Fighting for Social Justice, from South Auckland to the High Seas

Blog entry by Tim McKinnel | March 24, 2016

Tim McKinnel manages investigative work for Greenpeace's global tuna campaign. The investigations focus on illegal fishing and human rights abuses​ in the fishing industry​ around the world. From 2009 to 2015 Tim led the...

Coal is not LOL: 10 Reasons to Shut Huntly Coal

Blog entry by Kamal Sunker | March 23, 2016

New Zealand’s last remaining coal fired power station, Huntly, was due to be shut in 2018. But after colluding with other power companies in closed-door meetings, Huntly’s owner, Genesis Energy, is reconsidering those plans. We say...

#RealClimateAction - How NZ stood up to the fossil fools

Blog entry by Nick Young | March 22, 2016

Yesterday, Greenpeace New Zealand coordinated one of the largest civil disobedience climate protests in our country’s history, and it was a beautiful thing. Inspired by the peaceful civil-disobedience of Te Whiti o Rongomai,...

Marshall Islands vs big nuclear - will the tiny island get the justice they deserve?

Blog entry by Jen Maman | March 22, 2016

In April 2014, the Republic of the Marshall Islands, a tiny island country part of Micronesia, filed  groundbreaking lawsuits  to the International Court of Justice (ICJ) against the world’s nine nuclear-armed countries. Now, almost...

Bill Mckibben calls on New Zealanders to take action at Auckland oil conference

Blog entry by Nick Young | March 17, 2016

2016 is already looking like it will top 2015 as the hottest year in recorded history.   Despite it being absolutely essential that we leave most of the world’s fossil fuels in the ground to avoid catastrophic climate change -...

In Indonesia, a new tool helps communities protect their land from fire

Blog entry by Teguh Surya | March 17, 2016

One morning in early 2009, Pak Manan a resident of Sungai Tohor, a coastal village on one of Indonesia’s islands in Riau, Sumatra, took his regular walk to community land about four kilometres away from the village. When he arrived he...

Why the cats of the internet are rising up against #BadTuna

Blog entry by Madeleine Smith | March 14, 2016

It’s a purr-fect relationship - the one between a human and their cat. As a cat owner, I’ve experienced the ups for the same feline companion for last 13 years, as well as the gut-wrenching, I-just-spent-my-whole-paycheck-at-the-vet-...

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