Posted by Nic S — 25 April 2013 at 4:12pm
Last Saturday, the Arctic arrived in the UK. The I ♥ Arctic global day of action saw more than 10,000 of us around the world, in more than 280 cities, come together in a declaration of love for the Arctic. The day culminated in a massive effort from amazing volunteers and
donated equipment, in the production of the biggest Arctic landscape the streets of London have ever seen -
testament to the collective creativity of passionate people.
Under proposed US censorship laws, our websites could be shut down because we spoofed VW's logo
In the history book of bad ideas, the concept of giving corporations the
right to censor the internet has to rank among the worst ever.
that's what the impact of two bills recently introduced in the US
Congress would be if they, or anything like them, were enacted into law,
and it's causing a righteous ruckus among free speech activists around
Posted by jamie — 21 December 2011 at 1:55pm
The winter solstice is as good a time as any to look back over the last 11-and-a-bit months that were 2011. And what a year it's been, not just for us here in the office but for all our supporters and volunteers who've kept our campaigns going.
Tom Wang, Communications Director of Greenpeace East Asia
My name is Tom Wang. Tom is my English name. I gave it to myself when
I was learning English from my British teacher. She couldn't pronounce
my Chinese name, Xiaojun. Xiaojun means "a soldier born at
The Rainbow Warrior III is afloat in Berne, Germany and awaits her mast plus final fittings
Longtime Greenpeace crew member Rien Achtenberg blogs from a
landmark event, as the world's first purpose-built environmental campaigning ship - The Rainbow
Warrior III - enters water for the first time, at the Fassmer Shipyard in Berne, Germany, and
gets nearer to completion.