USA Staff Blog

The Greenpeace Blog

  • Boston or Bust

    Blogpost by modiggitty - September 14, 2005 at 9:50

    We left Canada on Monday night and headed for Boston, Massachusetts. I was sorry I wasn't able to stay longer because Halifax seemed very nice (based on the airport and my taxi ride, that is). Read more >

    Gumby I had heard the horror stories of seasick crew and prepa...

  • Meet our Motley Crew

    Blogpost by nicole - September 14, 2005 at 8:52 5 comments

    Living on the Arctic Sunrise is like visiting another country. You get lost easily, you're unaware of the customs and you're trying to fit in with the "locals." The crewmembers, my family for the next month, are quite a cast of characters to say the... Read more >

  • Out with the Old, in with the New

    Blogpost by modiggitty - September 12, 2005 at 2:18 3 comments
    A world map in the mess has a model ship tacked to it to show our position. Note: Image is not to scale :)

    All summer, I've been counting down the days until I was onboard the Arctic Sunrise. Now that that day is here, I'm sure my friends, family, c... Read more >

  • Katrina

    Blogpost by jhocevar - September 9, 2005 at 2:42 2 comments
    First, I hope your friends and family are ok.

    I just got back from a meeting in Europe, where news coverage toggled between horror at the human suffering caused by Katrina and fingers pointed at President Bush and other architects of the policies tha... Read more >
  • Canadian Media Blitz

    Blogpost by modiggitty - September 8, 2005 at 15:37

    We have been sailing our way up, and now back down, the St. Lawrence River for the past week. Along the way we have made new friends and big headlines.

    "Power to Change" is Greenpeace Canada's climate campaign tour with the Arctic Sunrise. While Cana... Read more >

  • Visit the Arctic Sunrise on the East Coast this Fall

    Blogpost by nicole - August 29, 2005 at 14:07 2 comments

    The Arctic Sunrise is now making its way to the East Coast of the United States to spread the word about the dangers of global warming and push for America's first offshore wind farm.

    We'd like to invite you to come onboard and experience a Greenpeac... Read more >

  • you don't know what you've got til it's gone

    Blogpost by jhocevar - August 26, 2005 at 11:23 1 comment
    The coral reefs of the Florida Keys are really something special. As the largest reef system in the continental US, it's no wonder that the Keys support a multi-billion dollar tourism industry centered on fishing, diving, and snorkeling. The keys ar... Read more >
  • Arctic Sunrise bound for North America

    Blogpost by nicole - August 24, 2005 at 11:04
    Map of places we visited in Greenland.

    This will be my last update for Project Thin Ice. The ship is taking our message to Canada, first, and then the U.S. This map shows where we have been in Greenland.

    We can't all do everything, but we can each... Read more >

  • Bird update

    Blogpost by nicole - August 23, 2005 at 16:22 1 comment

    I am a lucky woman. Somehow this year I have managed to work first in Antarctica on a vessel doing marine science and now in the Arctic. The first thing I noticed as we got into Arctic waters was just how different the birds are here. I am used to ...

    Read more >
  • Mr. Burns & Omega: Great(?) minds think alike

    Blogpost by jhocevar - August 23, 2005 at 12:40 2 comments
    I thought you might enjoy this piece from the Observer (UK):


    GREENPEACE HAVE ACCUSED Malcolm Glazer's 'fish product' company Omega Protein of damaging the marine environment along America's eastern seaboard by overfishing Chesapeake Bay.... Read more >

1861 - 1870 of 1923 results.