Ever had that dream where your house moved while you were sleeping in your bed? Where you wake up and walk out the door to find that your house has pulled up its roots and drifted down the valley to where the river meets the sea?
Cairn's Leiv Eriksson rig off the coast of Greenland
Earlier this month, after more than 100,000 of you asked Cairn Energy to open up its Arctic oil spill response plan to public scrutiny, the government of Greenland stepped in and published it.
The verdict is now in. Veteran marine biologist and international oil spill expert Professor Richard Steiner has completed a review of the plan and, well, it's no wonder Cairn didn't want you to see it.
Greenpeace New Zealand tell Sealord to change it's tuna - with a giant tin
After the success of the UK Change Your Tuna campaign, where all our major tinned tuna brands have now pledged to phase out the worst fishing practices, our New Zealand office has brought the campaign to Kiwi cans - upping the pressure on home-grown seafood giant Sealord this week, writes Nick Young of Greenpeace NZ.
A sea lion swims near Greenpeace divers with the banner "Marine Reserves Now" in the Gulf of California
Greenpeace Mexico oceans campaigner Alejandro Olivera, reveals how the thriving 20-year old marine reserve at Cabo Pulmo, which has seen fish increase by 463 per cent in ten years to become the world's most successful, is now under threat from massive local development...
Bid for one of forty celebrity experiences or memorabilia
Fancy a practice session with the world’s number one footballer Lionel Messi, or maybe you’d like backstage passes to a Jamiroquai concert in Paris? Or perhaps you would prefer a Picasso to hang on your wall, or a signed print of an original Greenpeace photograph?
The Arctic sea ice is getting smaller - and thinner - each year
The cracking and rumbling when the ship pushes the ice flows aside to
make passage; the countless shades of blue and white in the ice, sea,
and melt water; the feeling of being completely removed from the
ordinary world, without phones or internet.
spokespeople keep telling everyone they’re 'surprised' we’re focusing on their company. They think
they make green cars. We know they could do much, much better – after all, for
every greener car VW sells 15 more polluting ones roll out of the salesrooms.