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Fun Fridays

Blog by supportercare | August 28, 2009 1 comment

During the school year, we have our "Fun Friday" afternoons.  We open the many letters we receive from school groups, tape up our favorite pictures, and send back brochures, book marks, and personalized letters.  We truly enjoy reading...

The real cost of coal

Blog by robert_gardner | July 21, 2010 1 comment

There are many contradictions in America’s Energy Policy.  One that’s come down the pipe recently is just how little we as a society rely upon aggregated costs when determining how expensive coal is. You’ve heard the talking points:...

It's only just begun

Blog by greenpeace_guest_blogger | April 30, 2010 7 comments

The following update is from Susan Cavanagh, Media Director for Greenpeace US, currently in Louisiana… The world's media are here (but I guess you already knew that) on the southern-most tip of Louisiana in a marina car park...

"Beautiful Mountain"

Blog by emilykirkland | April 26, 2010 1 comment

On April 20, 2010, the Brazilian government awarded contracts for electricity production from the Belo Monte (“Beautiful Mountain”) dam. The auction for the contracts happened only after several judicial injunctions were reversed by...

Thanksgiving Leftovers

Blog by michellefrey | November 25, 2009 1 comment

The holiday season is upon us. While we all enjoy some time off from work and time spent with family and friends – it may also mean some uncomfortable situations for many. Whether you are vegetarian stuck at a dinner table with a giant...

People Taking Charge Of Our Food

Blog by pribilof | October 30, 2009

Greenpeace has been working for four years on trying to develop an alternative to marine reserves in Alaska, especially in the Gulf of Alaska and the Bering Sea , and now in the vast and still somewhat pristine Arctic Ocean. It...

An Interview with a Pirate

Blog by cassontrenor | October 8, 2009 2 comments

This exclusive interview was conducted by Greenpeace correspondant Ashley Mirabile, and is cross-posted from the Greenpeace community blog . The popular grocery store, Trader Joe's, known for stocking its shelves full of...

Boxer-Kerry Climate Bill Greenwashes Nuclear Power

Blog by no_new_nukes_ | October 6, 2009 3 comments

Bowing to pressure from the pro-nuclear lobby, Senators Boxer and Kerry have included nuclear power into their bill to address climate change. In their proposed legislation, the Senators claim that "nuclear energy is the largest...

Meat me at the salad bar

Blog by michellefrey | August 27, 2009 1 comment

I was listening to Bill Maher last week and something he said about global warming that had me scratching my head. “And when it comes to 'bad for the environment,' nothing compares with the business of raising animals for food, which...

Walter Cronkite, 3 Mile Island & "Lamar's Folly" in the Climate Bill

Blog by getting_to_solartopia | July 21, 2009 1 comment

The accolades are still pouring in for departed anchorman Walter Cronkite. Few mention his critical "that's the way it is" reporting on the atomic melt-down at Three Mile Island. Yet Cronkite and TMI are at the core of today's de facto...

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