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  • Maybe just maybe we will make it

    Blogpost by bunny - July 21, 2010 at 17:07

    The last few days we have been optimistically trying to organise a flight to Mejato. Mejato is  a small island at the north end of the Kwajalein Atoll. It is also where a large section of the Rongelap community still live after being evacuated there b... Read more >

  • A big win for people power

    Blogpost by Nick Young - July 20, 2010 at 11:49 8 comments
    Lucy Lawless heads the March Against Mining
    Lucy Lawless heads the March Against Mining

    Today the Government announced a complete u-turn on plans to mine New Zealand's best conservation land. There will be no mining in Schedule 4 land or any national parks now or in the future!

    This is a huge victory for the environment and for future generations. We saw the biggest protest in a generation and an avalanche of submissions. It goes to show that people power works, that when enough of us act together - we are unstoppable.

    The Government’s turnaround is a heartening example of people power in action. This is a historic victory for the record number of New Zealanders who stood up to protect our most treasured places and for a vision of a truly sustainable and progressive 21st century economy for New Zealand. This is a hugely signif... Read more >

  • Government looks set to back down on mining Schedule 4 land

    Blogpost by nick - July 19, 2010 at 20:49

    March Against MiningWhen the Government announced plans to mine some of New Zealand's best conservation land,  New Zealanders made submissions in unprecedented numbers and marched in record numbers.

    We'll know for sure tomorrow but it looks very much like they've listen... Read more >

  • A time-lapse history of nuclear explosions

    Blogpost by nick - July 19, 2010 at 10:47 1 comment

    MapThis is frightening.

    Japanese artist Isao Hashimoto created a beautiful, undeniably scary time-lapse map of the 2053 nuclear explosions which have taken place between 1945 and 1998, beginning with the Manhattan Project’s “Trinity” test near Los Al... Read more >

  • The latest chapter in the Nuclear Pacific tale

    Blogpost by bunny - July 19, 2010 at 8:06 2 comments
    Outhouse over lagoon on Rongelap island.

    Many times I have been on the phone or at a gathering of our Greenpeace supporters and one has said to me "Thanks you so much for all that you do, you are so brave! I wish I could be out there with you". I've never quite known how to respond to this... Read more >

  • Climategate- the showdown

    Blogpost by Kathy - July 16, 2010 at 9:00
    Climate Debate (C) Greenpeace / Cumming
    Climate Debate (C) Greenpeace / Cumming

    It wasn't quite pistols at dawn, but in the softly-softly world of climate science, it was definitely a show down.  Some of the key players in the "Climategate"  scandal gathered in central London last nigh... Read more >

  • nzfilmHere's four links to films about the Rainbow Warrior and the nuclear free Pacific campaign.

    When a Warrior Dies

    A documentary on the aftermath of the bombing and the efforts by Greenpeace and sculptor Chris Booth to create a remembrance monument.

     ... Read more >

  • Remember the Rainbow Warrior and the Marshall Islands

    Blogpost by nick - July 10, 2010 at 11:27
    Rainbow Warrior II
    Rainbow Warrior II

    Today is the 25th anniversary of the bombing of the Rainbow Warrior by the French secret service in Auckland’s Marsden Wharf. It is the day we remember our colleague Fernando Pereira who was killed in the attack. He was just... Read more >

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