Stop climate change

Greenpeace is campaigning for climate solutions that will help us prosper without damaging the planet. By starting an energy revolution, protecting our forests and switching to smart farming we can protect our natural world for future generations.

Climate change is real. We're seeing the effects all around us - polar ice melting, sea level rising and extreme weather events. If we want to reduce the impact of climate change and have reliable energy sources, we must make changes, at a government and individual level.

Solutions to climate change and energy crises already exist - clean energy, energy efficiency and new environmentally sound technologies.

Greenpeace New Zealand's work to stop climate change and provide New Zealand with reliable energy includes:

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The latest updates


VIDEO: Planet A march and concert

Blog entry by Nick Young | December 9, 2009

Here's a selection of highlights from the December 5th 'Planet A' Concert for the Climate. You can watch the full 4 hour recording on . Highlights ...

Kirsten Morrell at London march of 30,000

Blog entry by Nick Young | December 9, 2009

Sign On ambassador and esteemed musician Kirsten Morrell was originally billed to perform at the Planet A day concert but due to flooding(!!) she was unable to return to New Zealand from the UK. Instead she went to the Wave march in...

Copenhagen - Day One

Blog entry by Geoff Keey | December 8, 2009

Today was the first day of formal negotiations.  My day was mostly spent finding my way round the Bella Centre where the negotiations are being held, tracking the key points to come out of the first day’s meetings and connecting with...

Breaking news: Yes he can!

Blog entry by Kathy Cumming | December 8, 2009

Some very encouraging news just in, on this, Day One of the Copenhagen climate talks; the United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has issued a ruling that allows President Obama to take strong action at the summit,...

Copenhagen kicks off with a challenge to John Key

Blog entry by Nick Young | December 8, 2009

The countdown is over and the time for excuses has run out. Nearly 15,000 delegates from around the world have gathered in Copenhagen for the most important meeting of our time. Next week, they will be joined by over 100 heads of state...

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