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Greenpeace cheers on Secretary John Kerry to be an Arctic champ

Blog by Kyle Ash | May 3, 2013

Today is Foreign Affairs Day, a holiday for the US Department of State, where Greenpeace will be among world diplomats communicating with Secretary Kerry. Our message: the United States loves the Arctic! We delivered a photo album to Secretary...

Greenpeace cheers on Secretary John Kerry to be an Arctic champ

Blog by Kyle Ash | May 3, 2013

Today is Foreign Affairs Day, a holiday for the US Department of State, where Greenpeace will be among world diplomats communicating with Secretary Kerry. Our message: the United States loves the Arctic! We delivered a photo album to Secretary...

Our Thin Sky: Arctic Ozone Hole Discovered

Blog by Kert Davies | October 3, 2011 1 comment

An ozone hole opened up this past spring over the Arctic. Not good. While we have had thinning before, this is new.  This isn't breaking news - it was in April - but an international team of scientists just had their study...

Action to stop Arctic oil Drilling

Blog by Phil Radford | June 4, 2011 19 comments

Early Saturday morning, eighteen Greenpeace activists climbed the Leiv Eiriksson, a controversial oil rig that is set to begin drilling in the pristine and freezing Arctic waters off the coast of Greenland. The Greenpeace...

It’s time to protect the Earth’s final frontier

Blog by Phil Radford | May 10, 2011 1 comment

There are clear signs that a new Arctic oil rush has begun. Earlier this month Shell submitted plans to the US government for new drilling in the icy waters off Alaska’s north coast, and now a Scottish company has won permission ...

Shell Game

Blog by Melanie Duchin | May 10, 2011 1 comment

One year later and Congress has learned nothing. Instead of making it harder for oil companies like Shell to drill in the icy waters of the Arctic Ocean, the House of Representatives just voted to make it easier. If this legislation...

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