VIDEO: A VW stormtrooper sees the lights

Posted by jamess — 7 July 2011 at 4:42pm - Comments

Following last week's dramatic shutting down of our rebel communications channel (YouTube to you, humans), the Rebellion has bounced back. Our videos are now everywhere - thanks to you brave Jedi - and our ranks are swelling faster than we ever thought possible.

Call Mattel about Barbie's deforestation habit

Posted by jamie — 4 July 2011 at 5:37pm - Comments

Ken’s picked up the phone. And now we’d like you to drop Mattel a call too.

Photo essay: Oil on Lubicon Land

Posted by bex — 23 June 2011 at 10:32am - Comments

From deepwater drilling in the Arctic to the Tar Sands in Canada, oil companies are going to ever greater extremes to squeeze the last drops of oil from the Earth. And where oil companies pile in, environmental destruction follows.

Thank you from Kumi

Posted by nick_gp — 22 June 2011 at 5:35pm - Comments

Global Greenpeace head Kumi Naidoo and his fellow activist Ulvar Arnkvaern have now been released from custody and are renewing their call for Cairn Energy to release its Arctic oil spill response plan.

African Voices UK tour video: speaking out against Europe's ocean plundering

Posted by Gemma Freeman — 15 June 2011 at 5:38pm - Comments

For the African Voices tour, three West African fishermen came to the UK to reveal the harsh reality behind our hunger for fish: while their communities rely on the seas for vital protein, our industrial-sized European fishing fleets are pillaging their waters, leaving little fish to make a living from - let alone feed their families.

Video: Ken's blanket coverage and Barbie busted outside Mattel HQ in LA

Posted by Gemma Freeman — 10 June 2011 at 4:27pm - Comments

Barbie's lesser known other-half grabbed headlines this week, after he launched our latest forest campaign on Tuesday night - scaling the 15 stories of Mattel's HQ in Los Angeles, to unveil our banner, with the help of blue tux wearing pals, that read simply: "Barbie, It's over."

Fish is a security issue: what's on your plate?

Posted by Alicia C — 2 June 2011 at 5:10pm - Comments

Your fish costs more than you think.  A billion people worldwide depend on fish as their main source of protein, many living in the world’s poorest nations - including Africa.

Rainbow Warrior III: progress so far, thanks to you!

Posted by mollybrooks — 23 May 2011 at 5:56pm - Comments

We couldn’t have got this far without the amazing support of thousands of people

Great Bear Rainforest model provides 'greenprint' for forest protection

Posted by tracy.frauzel — 5 April 2011 at 12:28pm - Comments
A Grizzly Bear on a river ledge in the Great Bear Rainforest in British Co
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Canadian forest campaigner Eduardo Sousa marks the 10th anniversary of a historic achievement to protect rainfoersts:

The United Nations declared 2011 the International Year of Forests. This is a time to celebrate the planet's forests, but it's also an opportunity to shed a much needed spotlight on the significant deforestation that continues around the world.

Princes changes tuna labels but not its policies

Posted by jamie — 14 January 2011 at 6:44pm - Comments

So, what's been going on since our tinned tuna league table was released on an expectant world at the weekend? Quite a bit as it happens and already you've helped us score another small but vital victory over the worst of the tuna companies, Princes.

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