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  • Peace out (and Sign On)

    Blogpost by Falk Hermenau - September 28, 2009 at 9:02

    Sign On was out in force over the weekend, at the official kick off of the World March for Peace and Non-Violence in  Auckland.

     And we had a little help from our friends; Ambassador Lucy Lawless was not only flying the peace flag, but was also sendin... Read more >

  • Five elephants & a Chinese rock star

    Blogpost by Geoff Keey - September 28, 2009 at 8:40

    Southeast Asia is one of the world’s most vulnerable and least prepared regions of the world to face climate change.  So it’s very fitting that negotiators from around the world are gathering in Bangkok, Thailand, for the next two weeks as part of the... Read more >

  • The blue cast in Paris

    Blogpost by Nick Young - September 28, 2009 at 0:00

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  • It's worse than we thought

    Blogpost by Bob Harvey - September 25, 2009 at 10:52

    My granddaughter Isla was christened recently.

    I stood by as she was blessed with prayers for her future, knowing her parents’ mix of pride and hope.

    Instead I felt fear.

    Fear for the world she would inherit. Fear she would never enjoy the opportuniti... Read more >

  • Activists hang off bridge at G20

    Blogpost by Kathy Cumming - September 24, 2009 at 8:42

    Greenpeace activists have spelt it out for the G20 leaders meeting in Pittsburgh.

    They're hanging off one of Pittsburgh’s iconic bridges with a massive banner reading: "Danger. Climate Destruction Ahead. Reduce CO2 Emissions Now". The banner, nearly 2... Read more >

  • Scientists say it (again)

    Blogpost by Umesh Perinpanayagam - September 24, 2009 at 8:03

    While John Key was arriving at the UN climate change summit in New York, 40 of the world's leading scientists were signing a open letter reiterating the call for developed nations to commit to a 40% emissions reduction target on 1990 levels by 2020.

    T... Read more >

  • If you want to eat fish tomorrow

    Blogpost by nick - September 24, 2009 at 6:19 2 comments

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    About the video

    Our Ocean Wonderland was created and written for Greenpeace by Steven Appleby and Pete Bishop, and was directed by Pete and designed by Steven. Steven Appleby lives, works and daydreams in London and has created, written and drawn...
  • Greenpeace takes climate action in Tauranga

    Blogpost by Kathy Cumming - September 17, 2009 at 13:51


    Check out what Greenpeace has been up to. 

    If you happen to watch TV, read newspapers or listen to the wireless, you'll probably know that 14 Greenpeace activists yesterday boarded a shipment of palm kernal in Tauranga, to protest the impact this an... Read more >

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