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What's your definition of "clean"?

Blog by erochon | June 3, 2009 3 comments

Here's a funny one for ya: The picture above is just one of several billboards that greeted me on my journey to my sister's house in Pittsburgh last weekend. They all extolled the clean and green credentials of coal and some even...

Exxon Admits Directly Funded Denial Science 2008

Blog by kert_davies | May 26, 2008

Finally. Exxon reveals it is funding junk science DIRECTLY. We have a direct line between the Exxon purse and scientists who are career global warming deniers. The ExxonMobil 2008 Corporate Citizenship Report and Worldwide Giving...

Apple Gets a Little Greener

Blog by michellefrey | March 6, 2009

Apple moves closer to eliminating toxics and reducing their carbon footprint. This is fantastic news! Apple has long been an innovative company. They set the trends that other companies follow. That is why Greenpeace has been pushing...

Fish has a see-through head

Blog by michellefrey | February 25, 2009

All I can say is that you have to see it to believe it. Check out this video of a fish with a see-through head. WOW! I am in total awe at this amazing sea creature. Seeing things like this give me even more reasons to advocate for...

Imagine

Blog by michellefrey | April 22, 2009

I can imagine a clean energy future, can you?? Send a Happy Earth Day ecard to your friends and family. Get them thinking about the environment today and everyday. Send your ecards today...

Revealed: the true state of the world's oceans

Blog by michellefrey | March 5, 2009 6 comments

My Greenpeace colleagues in the United Kingdom posted an excellent blog about a new book about the oceans. I've reposted it here: Behind many a Greenpeace action and every campaign lies a large amount of science related work. Much of...

Get Down with the GOT

Blog by josef | February 26, 2009

My friend Kate and I think the Greenpeace Organizing Term is pretty rad; so much so, that we're currently working for it!  We're talking to students all across the country about the student activist training program that Greenpeace...

Need to be Inspired?

Blog by savee419 | September 2, 2009 1 comment

I consider myself a daring individual. I like karaoke, I am willing to try new things and take risks. I enjoy non-violent direct action as a way to bring about change in cultures, societal norms and political climates. No one can...

Call Sec. Salazar and tell him you are disappointed he has caved to industry pressure

Blog by mikeg | May 8, 2009 1 comment

Sec. Salazar has announced he won't rescind the "polar bear special rule," which exempts global warming from protections afforded polar bears by the Endangered Species Act. If we're going to save the polar bears and stop global warming...

Petition to save the polar bears delivered to DOI

Blog by ryanpatterson | April 22, 2009 1 comment

I have a giant poster with pictures of polar bears on it next to my desk. It reminds me of one of the reasons I work at Greenpeace: to help those that can’t help them selves. The polar bear was listed as an Endangered Species in the...

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