Sinking Sundarbans on display in London

Posted by jamie — 14 January 2010 at 6:38pm - Comments

Small islands bereft of mountains are going to sink beneath the waves as sea levels rise and for the millions of people living on them, climate change is not some distant, abstract concept but a concrete reality. As noted last week, the Sundarbans islands of India and Bangladesh have lost four islands completely. Sorry, 'lost' implies that they were carelessly misplaced behind a cupboard. 'Forcibly taken' would perhaps be more apt.

An arty way to raise money for Greenpeace

Posted by jamie — 9 January 2009 at 3:17pm - Comments

And The Tide Gradually And Silently Creeps Up Over The Shingle And Weed To Get My Feet Wet by Kurt Jackson

Kurt Jackson's 'And The Tide Gradually And Silently Creeps Up Over The Shingle And Weed To Get My Feet Wet, West Sussex'

Artist Kurt Jackson has long been a supporter of Greenpeace, employing his talents to help with our campaigns on a number of occasions. From sketching at a demonstration around the Aldermaston AWE nuclear weapons facility to joining the crew of the Esperanza to protest about dolphins dying in fishermen's nets, he's been throwing an artistic light on some of the most pressing issues we're currently facing.

Seeing the light at Earls Court

Posted by bex — 21 September 2007 at 3:17pm - Comments

Judging from recent comments on this site, it seems there are a few people out there who still believe the myths that compact fluorescent bulbs are ugly, ungainly and undimmable.

But going green doesn't mean sacrificing good design, and CFLs can be versatile, stylish and even beautiful. We've been working with designer Jason Bruges (he of Wind to Light renown) on an installation using fully dimmable, compact fluorescent bulbs and, well, I'll let the film do the talking:

Fallout: the human cost of nuclear catastrophe

Posted by bex — 5 April 2006 at 8:00am - Comments

Fallout: the human cost of nuclear catastrophe

Chernobyl fallout exhibition - Annya

A photographic exhibition to mark the 20th anniversary of the Chernobyl disaster

The 'Save or Delete' art exhibition

Posted by admin — 2 February 2006 at 9:00am - Comments

The successful Greenpeace 'Save or Delete' art and photography exhibition, featuring exclusive works by some of the world's best known international graphic artists such as Pete Fowler, Mike Gillette and Jasper Goodall, toured across the UK between autumn 2005 and spring 2005.

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