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A time to act

Blog entry by JulietteH | 8 August, 2010 2 comments

Several things have been going on this year that should make politicians pause and reflect on what a climate emergency means - and take action to stop it. The extent of the Arctic sea ice this July is the second lowest on record ...

My Old T-Shirt!

Blog entry by Paul Horsman | 16 August, 2010 1 comment

I have a special t-shirt.  Actually I have quite a few special t-shirts but this one is particularly appropriate.  It has a picture of a Greenpeace ship sailing in an oil slick and the slogan reads ‘Save the Gulf’.  The t-shirt is...

Daily News: Sao Paolo streets fill with protesters against the construction of the...

Blog entry by JPateraki | 22 August, 2011 2 comments

© Steve Morgan / Greenpeace Top news: Brazilians say no to dam construction; Tar oil is dirtier than crude oil; Bicycle Sauna Hydroelectric power: Protesters took to the streets of Sao Paulo over the weekend, fighting the...

Daily News: Shell’s North Sea Oil Spill; People Power Shuts Down Chinese...

Blog entry by Josh S | 15 August, 2011

Top News: Shell expands oil spilling operation from Nigeria to the North Sea; people power in China prompts plant shutdown; UAE arrives late to nuclear party; and Black Widow introduction threatens humans’ place as Britain’s most...

Daily news: Gazprom moves to begin oil drilling in the Arctic; Wild mustang round-up...

Blog entry by MaeveS | 5 August, 2011

© Will Rose / Greenpeace Top news: Gazprom meets resistance as it plans offshore oil drilling in the Arctic; The UN estimates it will take 30 years to clean oil spilled in Niger delta; Wild horses are still free to roam in Wyoming;...

Daily News: Infighting at the IWC marks unproductive final day; smelly-socks fight...

Blog entry by Josh S | 15 July, 2011

Top news: Final day of International Whaling Commission talks disrupted by outrage over a sanctuary; Chinese government finally moves to clean-up six-week-old oil spill; new proposals could see China’s industrial polluters fined by the...

Daily News: Tar Sands Unethical Campaign Tactics; Shell’s Oil Leak ‘Worst In a Decade’

Blog entry by Josh S | 17 August, 2011

Top News: ‘Ethical Oil’ campaign apparently used faked and stolen images; Obama announces $510m biofuel plan; oil spill information emerges despite Shell’ secrecy; escaped German cow finally speaks to psychic after three-months in...

VIDEO: Calling on the Leiv Eiriksson

Blog entry by Ben Ayliffe | 28 May, 2011 1 comment

Having recently travelled through the aptly-named “Iceberg Alley” here off Greenland, I’ve seen first-hand the extreme conditions Cairn Energy want to drill for oil in this year. The sight of giant chunks of ice, some of them hidden...

Daily News: Tokyo's radioactive tap water, oil spills and penguins

Blog entry by Alexa P | 23 March, 2011

Top news: Tokyo’s tap water unsafe for babies; US blocks imports of some Japanese food; Greenpeace protestors arrested in Canada; oil spill threatens endangered penguins; penguin thieves strike in Australia. ©Greenpeace ...

Daily news: Fukushima radioactive cloud cover up; oil spill off Indian coast

Blog entry by Gianluca R | 9 August, 2011

© Rodney Dekker / Greenpeace Top news: Oil spill from cargo ship threatens Mumbai’s coastline; French companies plan to build underwater nuclear power plants; Japan’s nuclear officials held back data about the spread of...

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