337 results found
 

New Zealander and Arctic Sunrise captain refused bail in Russian

Press release | October 15, 2013 at 10:33

Amsterdam, 14 October 2013 - New Zealander David Haussmann, along with the captain of the Greenpeace International ship Arctic Sunrise and one other activist, has been refused bail in Russia.

A letter of thanks from David Haussmann detained in Russia for a peaceful protest

Blog entry by Nick Young | October 17, 2013

David 'Haussy' Haussmann is one of the 'Arctic 30' detained in Russia and charged with piracy for a peaceful protest against Arctic oil drilling. Below is a letter from David to everyone who's supported him over the past 28 days: ...

30 minutes for Francesco and the Arctic 30

Blog entry by Katja Carson | October 18, 2013

92 year o ld Gunter Warner is probably the oldest living member of Greenpeace in New Zealand. He’s a proud life member, a volunteer, an activist, and he’s a holocaust survivor . Today he was one of 30 people to sit in silent vigil...

6 men in balaclavas break into grounds of Greenpeace office in Russia

Blog entry by James Sadri | October 21, 2013

Security camera footage from the Greenpeace office in Murmansk - where campaigners and lawyers are working to  free the Arctic 30  - shows six men in balaclavas jumping the fence and breaking into the grounds of the shared building. ...

Battling extreme weather on Mt Everest to join the call to #FreeTheArctic30

Blog entry by Zhong Yu | October 21, 2013

I've been to Mount Everest four times: first to climb, then twice to investigate glacial evidence of climate change. This year I thought I came back to ride. My friend Nancy and I rode 1,500 kilometres on bicycles over the course of...

Greenpeace responds to hooliganism charge

Press release | October 24, 2013 at 7:41

Amsterdam, October 23rd 2013: Commenting on reports that piracy charges against the Arctic 30 are to be dropped and replaced with a charge of hooliganism, Vladimir Chuprov of Greenpeace Russia said:

Don’t believe the hype – hooliganism is hardly better than piracy

Blog entry by Jess Wilson | October 24, 2013

Earlier this evening Russian authorities offered the Arctic 30 — currently being held in a freezing jail in Murmansk — what looked like a legal olive branch by dropping piracy charges and replacing them with ones of "hooliganism." ...

Gazprom vs. Greenpeace Arctic 30

Blog entry by Rex Weyler | November 1, 2013

Russia's overreaction to the Greenpeace Arctic protest — and their ludicrous waffling on the actual charges — will not work out well for Russia. Their extraordinary response will more likely help the global climate movement meet its...

From Russia with love - letters from the Arctic 30

Blog entry by efreeman | November 4, 2013

We've received a number of letters now from the Arctic 30. We'd like to share a few highlights from a sample of them. They reveal what life is like for them in Murmansk, and how important your support is to them. British detainee...

In Russia, the future of the Arctic is up for debate

Blog entry by Martin Lloyd | November 7, 2013

The Russian public are far less sure than Gazprom about the question of drilling in the Arctic.  In a poll produced by Russian research agency FOM , 42% said drilling and mining in the Arctic was not appropriate. Just behind the 45%...

241 - 250 of 337 results.

results per page
10 | 20 | 50