Greenpeace activists taking part in the global day of action on climate change outside the proposed coal burning power station Marsden B at Ruakaka, Northland.
UPDATE: Due to relentless campaigning by lots of different people, Mighty River Power's Marsden B coal fired power station proposal was abandoned in March 2007.
Heatwave FM DJs Steve Abel and Bomber Bradbury talk about climate change on the Global Day of Action, November 2006.
Twenty six nations (including New Zealand) deliver a formal diplomatic protest (called a "demarche") to the Icelandic government.
A report commissioned by the British government reveals that, if we don't act on global warming, it could cost the world $9 trillion and cause a downturn like the Great Depression.
Sea mounties outside the Canadian embassy in Wellington New Zealand hold a banner saying "Shame on Canada - Stop deep-sea destruction"
An endangered fin whale, is brought to the harbour of Hvalfjörður, Iceland. The fin whale is the first kill by Iceland and marks the resumption to commercial whaling for the country in 2006.
In Iceland, the whale watching industry contributes more to the national economy than commercial whaling did before it was put on hold in the '80s. Yet now, after 17 years, Iceland has officially resumed commercial whaling.
Sigourney Weaver at the UN Press Briefing, held to promote a resolution on high-seas bottom trawling...
2741 - 2750 of 3289 results.
Greenpeace New Zealand