During the Rock in Rio concert in Lisbon, Finnish band Apocalyptica calls on people to sign the Greenpeace Energy Revolution.
Sim – who is currently suspended 15 metres above the icy Arctic waters – talks about how he got into Greenpeace and taking direct action. We recorded this audio before Sim and a handful of others scaled Cairn’s Stena Don rig off Greenland, stopping their Arctic drilling.
Indigenous communities in West Papua, Indonesia worry about large logging companies coming in to destroy their ancient rainforest.
Kadavu, an island in the south of the Fijian islands, may become the site of the first true marine reserve in the Pacific.
Greenpeace launches its new office in the Democratic Republic of Congo – the second on the African continent – which will focus on the protection of the Congo Basin rainforest.
Seychelle Cloutier Collard lives in Montreal, Canada and leads a team of street recruiters. She is in Bremen, Germany to visit the shipyard, where Greenpeace’s new flagship is being build, talking about her involvement with Greenpeace, which takes us to the large tar sands fields in Alberta.
BNP Paribas, sponsor of the French Masters tennis tournament and the world’s leading investor in the nuclear industry, uses customers’ savings to finance dodgy nuclear projects and is planning to fund a dangerously obsolete nuclear reactor in Brazil – the Angra 3 reactor.
Take a deep breath and imagine the oceans… Short Greenpeace documentary outlining the threats to our oceans and what can be done to restore their health.
Taiwan’s heritage is deeply entwined with the sea. Reef destruction and overfishing has wreaked havoc on fish stocks and fishermen livelihoods. A network of marine reserves could protect not only the stocks but the wider ecosystem and the turtles of Taiwan as well.