Indigenous peoples from 34 nations call for total ban on deep sea mining
Indigenous activists have made clear that they don’t give their consent to deep sea mining. In a petition presented today to the ISA, over 1,000 signatories from 34 countries and…
10 key points from the IPCC Climate Science Report
World’s leading climate scientists have just released their assessment of the climate emergency and ways to deal with it.
IPCC report a wake-up call for Hipkins as climate election approaches
Greenpeace says that the latest report confirms the industrial drivers of climate change, its dire planetary impacts, and the urgent need for transformative action.
Voice of a Pacific activist: “We can’t be Māori without the ocean”
I was guided to be where I am, in this moment - by my tupuna (ancestors). Through the journey’s I’ve been through from pepi (baby), to tamariki (child), to rangatahi (youth and young adult), to who I am today - is all in guidance and a natural process for us, as Māori.
Global Recycling Day and the recycled greenwash
Today is global recycling day, but as most of you probably know already, recycling is a bit of a sham. Years ago when I found out that only 9% of…
Fonterra gets “flooded” by climate activists on profit reporting day
As Fonterra reported that its interim profits are up by 50%, two Greenpeace climate activists have been arrested in a protest which turned Fonterra’s Corporate HQ into a virtual flood…
Greenpeace ‘floods’ Fonterra’s Auckland HQ
The Fonterra corporate HQ in Auckland appears to be flooded this morning, and Greenpeace activists are piling flood-damaged household items on the dairy giant’s doorstep.
Why Fonterra was targeted by the climate strike
On Friday thousands of us around Aotearoa, and around the world, marched for climate action and climate justice.
Greenpeace slams Hipkins U-turn on climate and roading
Greenpeace says the decision by Prime Minister Chris Hipkins to reprioritise future transport budgets, away from walking, cycling and public transport, in order to pay for Cyclone Gabrielle road reconstruction,…
The parallel Climate Wars in Australia and New Zealand
We live in the era of the Climate Wars. On one side are the big polluting industries – oil, coal, gas, meat and dairy – fighting tooth and nail to…