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Day 4: Groundwork on Aitutaki

Blog entry by Keisha Castle-Hughes | June 25, 2009

Hey everybody, I survived the transit across to Aitutaki! There has been quite a swell and a lot of movement but I managed to sleep through the majority of it; I was only sick once, man, am I grateful. This morning we jumped on...

Day one aboard the Esperanza

Blog entry by Keisha Castle-Hughes | June 23, 2009

Kia Orana! Here we are finally on the Esperanza. Man, it’s pretty amazing, not sure what I had expected but it has definitely blown my mind! It’s huge – and there is a fabulous crew on board. It’s very humbling to be around a group...

Who said there's no such thing as a free lunch?

Blog entry by Keith Nolan | June 22, 2009

It's Keith here again - I am the Auckland signature gathering coordinator for the Greenpeace Sign On campaign. I would like to invite all volunteers and supporters who have an interest in helping out with gathering signatures to a Sign...

Volunteers go Signature Gathering in Auckland

Blog entry by Keith Nolan | June 15, 2009

My name is Keith Nolan and I'm spending he rest of the year volunteering here in the Greenpeace office as the sign on pettion wrangler. Basically I'm organising other volunteers to get out on the streets and at events to get signatuers...

New Zealand gets Fossil of the Day - again

Blog entry by Geoff Keey | June 3, 2009

New Zealand's refusal to offer a target at Bonn has resulted in another Fossil of the Day award.  At the last Bonn meeting, New Zealand got Fossil of the Day for " pulling the wool over the eyes of delegates ." Fossil of the Day is...

Dispatch from the Wild West

Blog entry by Lucy Lawless | April 22, 2010

I have spent the day traveling down the West Coast of the South island with the Sign On crew, including Robyn Malcolm - a true Westie! I swear to God this coast line is the most beautiful i have seen anywhere in the world. We have...

National parks, not National's parks

Blog entry by Kathy Cumming | March 23, 2010

There was a brilliant cartoon in the Weekend Herald just gone. It showed New Zealand’s conservation lands as a young damsel, dressed up in a pretty green frock and bonnet. And nearby, a lecherous, plump Gerry Brownlee, ensuring her:...

Target deadline COP-out

Blog entry by Kathy Cumming | February 2, 2010

As deadlines of global significance go, it was pretty…underwhelming. Sunday (January 31st) was the date by which countries were asked to declare whether they were putting their eggs in the Copenhagen Accord basket, and specify their...

My farewell blog

Blog entry by Gareth Hughes | January 29, 2010

This is my last day working at Greenpeace so I thought I’d write up a few thoughts on Sign On. Apologies in advance, this blog is really long, but hey this is a pretty BIG campaign. For those who don’t know me, I’ve been  the Sign On...

It is not over yet!

Blog entry by Nick Young | December 22, 2009

It's been an amazing year and we've come a long way. Our leaders failed us in Copenhagen but their failure will inspire action. We will not give up until John Key commits to a target of 40 per cent by 2020. It's important that the...

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