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LEGO characters celebrate Lego dumping Shell

How LEGO got awesome to #SaveTheArctic

Today we got the awesome news: after a three-month campaign supported by more than a million people worldwide, LEGO has announced it will not renew its contract with Arctic destroyer Shell. This is fantastic news for LEGO fans and Arctic defenders everywhere. And it’s a huge blow to Shell’s strategy of partnering with beloved brands to clean up its dirty...
Posted by Anonymous - 9 October, 2014 - 09:01 - Comments
Greenpeace staff and community campaigners with the Icelandic ambassador to the

Without even realising it, I became a campaigner

One morning last June my computer beeped. All right, I thought, it is just an email. But it was not ‘just’ an email. It was a Greenpeace email asking to sign a petition to save the Arctic. I signed it, shared it on Facebook and went on with my day. I thought that that was all I could do about it.
Posted by Barbara Galassi - 15 October, 2014 - 15:14 - Comments
Logging truck in the Amazon

We're using GPS trackers to expose illegal logging in the amazon

My colleagues - and friends - in Brazil spent two months placing GPS trackers on illegal loggers in the Amazon. It's dangerous - but it helps us expose their crimes to the world.
Posted by Richardg - 15 October, 2014 - 13:39 - Comments
Octopus sitting on the sea bed

Cunning cephalopods: 8 sneaky squid, octopus and cuttlefish

With cunning ways of evading predators and snaring their prey, cephalopods are the ninjas of our oceans. From the scary 'vampire squid from hell' to the adorable Dumbo octopus, here’s eight quirky ocean-dwellers which show why caring about these fascinating animals should go beyond #CephalopodWeek.
Posted by Danielle Boobyer - 9 October, 2014 - 13:24 - Comments
Greenpeace staff and community campaigners in front of the Embassy of Iceland

Being part of something bigger: working together to Save the Arctic

‘You will take care, won’t you?  You know what these Greenpeace people are like’. With this farewell advice from my partner, I left the quiet and safety of my Somerset home for the hurly-burly of London. I was going on a Greenpeace mission! But what could be more innocuous or respectable than being part of a small team delivering the Arctic Declaration and Save the Arctic petition to the embassies of Arctic states?
Posted by Helen Falconar - 8 October, 2014 - 11:53 - Comments
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