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Lignite mining near Jaenschwalde Germany

Human Chain Kerkwitz in Germany to Grabice in Poland

On Saturday I joined with sixty other UK supporters and 7500 others from 27 countries around Europe in a Human chain from  Kerwitz in Germany to Grabice...
Assembling at Vattenfall Open Mine, Lausitz, East Germany

The Human Chain

Last weekend Dixie, Dave and I went to Germany to take part in the Human Chain, an action to demonstrate against the irresponsible proposals to develop an open...
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Fracking obliterating house prices in the UK

Houses close to proposed fracking sites are having their valuation prices obliterated at an alarming rate. One house in Fylde, Lancashire was valued at £725,...
Assembling at Vattenfall Open Mine, Lausitz, East Germany

Mass European Gathering Of 'The Human Chain': To Protest Against Lausitz Mine Expansion

In a great show of solidarity to the people of Kerkwitz in Germany and Gabice in Poland, two historic villages threatened by the potential expansion of...
Portsmouth Greenpeace - Triathlon Fundraiser 2014

How far would you go to help the Arctic Sunrise?

This is about how far I can go to help the Arctic Sunrise!  My legs have been in pain for the last 2 weeks due to the training - I'm still swimming,...

Stopp Kohle Stop Coal

8,000 activists from all over europe arrived at Kerkwitz near Gubin on the German Polish boarder, to protest planned open cast coal mines in both countries. We...

Energy: The good the bad and the ugly.

Standing on the harbour at Whitstable, feeling the wind on my face, I’m optimistic that we will generate the low-carbon energy we need to avoid the catastrophe...

Ruskin Park mini-action

So, we were staging a mini-protest about the association between Shell and Lego in Ruskin Park near Kings Hospital on Denmark Hill. It was a very sunny day,...

We're Off to see the Wizard, the wonderful Wizard of Oz

James, John, Dixie and Dave are off to see the Wonderful Wizard of Oz  the open lignite mines of Lausitz this weekend in a European action against the...

Islamic Cultural Fayre

East Bristol Greenpeace were at the Islamic Cultural Fayre in Eastville Park today. This annual event was postponed from last week due to severe weather...

Lego Minifigures climb the wall over Shell partnership

Visitors to the Elder Stubbs Allotments Festival helped stage a minifigure demonstration yesterday - and some of them were climbing the wall, frustrated by the...
by Oxford

Arctic Sunraiser - a shameless plug from the Arctic Sunrise in Amsterdam!

It feels really good to be home…and by ‘home’, I mean back on board the Arctic Sunrise. It’s been 16 months since I was last on board the old lady and a lot...

Thank you Issy Griffin!

Yesterday was both a sad and happy day at Greenpeace UK as we said goodbye to Issy Griffin, who's leaving London with her family for a new life in the...

She is back and needs YOUR help!

The 31st and most crucial member of the Arctic 30 arrived back into Amsterdam recently. From her illegally held port in Murmansk she sailed back to freedom and...
Thanks to all our mini protesters.

Beacons Festival

We had a wonderful time with these guys on a wet Sunday morning.  They were really passionate about saving the Arctic and totally understood the...
by Leeds

August Meeting - late notes

Sorry for the late report on the August meeting with Joe, Andrew, Sally and welcome to Penny who came along for the first time.  Updated everyone with the...
by Leeds
Fracking in the UK


Background Info about Fracking We meet many people who are keen to find out more about Fracking, so here are some links. *

Street Training in York, 9th - 10th August, 2014

York Greenpeace and Frack-Free York hosted a special training event last weekend at a lovely peaceful location just outside York.  Led by Malcolm, the...

Lego Men revolt against their company's involvement with Shell

 Lego men rose up to take on Shell at protests all around the country, protesting at their company's involvement with Shell.  Lego has always been an...
by Swansea

What's pink, peaceful, and seven miles long?

Knitters from around the world have joined forces to create a seven mile long 'peace scarf' to show their opposition to renewial of the UK's Trident nuclear...
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