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Nature Beauty Moment – West Papua Forest

Blog by Mitchell Wenkus | March 10, 2015

Take a peak into this wonderful West Papua forest in Indonesia. It’s a great reminder of what we’re fighting for. And there is a super cute deer around 30 seconds into the video. I hope this video brings you a moment of peace. The post ...

TEPCO’s Fukushima Daiichi Disaster: four years of an ongoing nuclear crisis

Blog by Kendra Ulrich | March 9, 2015

March 11th marks a somber anniversary for the people of Japan: four years since the Great East Japan Earthquake struck, sparking a tsunami, claiming tens of thousands of lives, and beginning the worst nuclear disaster in a generation: the triple...

Japan’s Nuclear Crisis

Publication | March 9, 2015 at 12:23

Four years after the start of the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant disaster of March 11th 2011 the enormous scale of the nuclear crisis continues to unfold.

Fukushima Impact

Publication | March 9, 2015 at 12:17

The significance, both domestically and globally, of the third largest nuclear power program in the world not generating any electricity from its nuclear reactors for nearly 18 months is more than symbolic. It unequivocally demonstrates that...

Posted: Good News for Forests!

Blog by Rolf Skar | March 5, 2015

Today, 3M — the company behind the iconic yellow Post-It Notes — announced a new sustainable paper buying policy. This comes after years of campaigning by our friends at ForestEthics with recent support from Greenpeace. The policy, which applies...

Did The Fracking Industry Torpedo EPA’s National Study of Fracking?

Blog by Jesse Coleman | March 4, 2015

Fracking companies had extensive influence over a critical study of the groundwater impacts from fracking, according to insider documents released by Greenpeace. In 2010, amidst growing worries about the environmental impacts from fracking,...

I climbed to the top of a wind turbine and this is what I saw.

Blog by Haley Rabic | March 4, 2015

“So who wants to climb to the top?” Instinctively my hand shot into the air and I fell in line to sign a waiver and enter the turbine. As we climbed up the turbine we could feel the sway of the machine—the air grew colder and the shaft narrowed.

Greenpeace Podcast: Apps for Activism and Factory Fishing Trawlers

Blog by Mary Ambrose | March 3, 2015

Recently I read a story that I found truly shocking. It was about the sinking of a Korean factory fishing trawler into the frigid depths of the Bering Sea off of Russia’s east coast. This particular factory fishing trawler was on Greenpeace’s...

Despite the Good, the Bad and the Unfunny, Arctic Drilling Still the #WorstJoke We Know

Blog by Cassady Sharp | March 3, 2015

We asked for them, and you delivered some really bad jokes for Greenpeace’s #WorstJoke campaign. However, not one of the worst jokes submitted matches the remarkable unfunniness of Shell’s Arctic drilling plans. And believe me, we watched them...

Nature Moment: Penguins, Dolphins, and Seals Oh My!

Blog by Mitchell Wenkus | March 3, 2015

These might be the 3 most graceful animals of the sea. Of course, that is when they are in the sea. Out of water is a different story. For now, enjoy this underwater footage of penguins, dolphins, and seals being their magnificent selves. Happy...

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