The Environmentalist

  • Authors Around The World Stand Up for Free Speech and Forests

    May 31, 2017
    Kat Clark

    Authors, journalists, poets and playwrights know that every time the right words are put to paper, or typed to a screen, our planet gets a little better. Because, without the right to express ourselves freely, we cannot make that positive change.

  • You CAN Resist Exxon and Oil in Texas

    May 30, 2017
    Cassady Craighill

    While “Exxon” and “oil” may be dirty words at Greenpeace, they both enjoy a certain level of protection in Dallas, Texas. So as it turns out, if you want to run a billboard in the Lone Star State using either one of those words, you might hit some roadblocks.

  • 16 (Adorable) Reasons to Protect Canada’s Boreal Forest

    May 18, 2017
    Ryan Schleeter

    Canada's boreal forest is home to stunning landscapes and a spectacular array of wildlife. But corporate logging giant Resolute Forest Products wants to intimidate and silence people like you fighting to protect forests.

  • What’s the Story Behind Our Disappearing Act

    May 16, 2017
    Molly Dorozenski

    This might be the biggest crisis Greenpeace has ever faced. A massive Canadian logging company, Resolute Forest Products, is trying to silence Greenpeace with baseless, multi-million dollar lawsuits. So what if Greenpeace disappeared?

  • Get Ready for the Summer of Resistance

    May 9, 2017
    Rachel Rye Butler

    This summer, Greenpeace is traveling the country to train thousands of people in creative, non-violent resistance. And I want you to be one of them.

  • 6 Ways Corporate Lawsuits Kill Free Speech (and How to Fight Back!)

    May 8, 2017
    Molly Dorozenski

    Free speech is a right. So how can a corporation possibly stop you from speaking out? Using a legal tactic called a SLAPP, corporations like the massive Canadian logging company, Resolute Forest Products, are attempting to crack down on free speech by suing their critics into submission.

  • A World Tuna Day Without Tuna?

    May 5, 2017
    Perry Wheeler

    Even as tuna populations dwindle from overfishing, the tuna industry is putting its short-term profits before our oceans and its own workers.