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Wear Greenpeace. Be Greenpeace

Posted by MeenaRajput — 2 June 2017 at 11:37am - Comments
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New Greenpeace clothes bring people and planet to the streets

Greenpeace is only able to protect the earth’s life-support systems because of the people who stand by us and support our campaigns. So we really care about what you think – and it’s important to find new ways to build our collective impact. Last year we asked you what was important to you and you confirmed three big things:

Get your voice heard – top five tips for writing to politicians

Posted by Rosie Rogers — 17 March 2017 at 8:56am - Comments
Greenpeace volunteer lobbying council with Fracking placard
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Greenpeace volunteer lobbies local council

In the era of emails and texts, receiving a letter in the post is rare. But that just makes it even more powerful, says our political adviser Rosie Rogers.

Great Greenpeace Bake Off

Posted by Emily Reid — 11 October 2016 at 7:44am - Comments
Bake Off image of Viennesse cakes
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Bake Off Viennesse cakes

A look behind the scenes at Greenpeace HQ ….

It was 12th September 2016. We were collectively shocked, taken aback and shaken by the totally unexpected news. What would we do now? What and who will fill the void that remains? On what theme will we now base our in-office baking activities?

Fish, Fracking and Huskies: how to keep the environment on the Election agenda

Posted by RosieRogers — 31 March 2015 at 10:43am - Comments
Greenpeace action, 2009 - protester waving a flag on top of Parliament
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Greenpeace action, 2009

In just under 40 days’ time, we’ll be going to the polls to elect a new government and it’s safe to say that this election is too close to call - so every voice and every vote matters. 

2014 was big. Let's make 2015 even bigger!

Posted by Greenpeace UK — 9 January 2015 at 1:29pm - Comments
Thanks for your support in 2014
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Thanks for your support this year

We want to say a huge thanks for your dedication and support over the last year. And, to show how truly amazing you are we created this short film.

It's time for LEGO to block Shell

Posted by ianduff — 30 June 2014 at 5:45pm - Comments
Lego mini protest in front of cathedral
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Lego protest in front of cathedral

Imagine you’re eight years old and picture the Arctic. There are no oil rigs, no industrial shipping and no politicians fighting over it.

It’s just an endless sparkling expanse of sea and ice, populated by brave scientific explorers, magical animals and Indigenous Peoples who have called the far north home for millennia. An enchanted place to explore, create stories and let your imagination run free.

Nick Clegg and the illiberal anti-democrats

Posted by Graham Thompson — 19 December 2013 at 1:38pm - Comments
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Is Nick Clegg taking lessons from the Tea Party? With the so-called Charity Gagging Bill it's starting to look a bit like it. Do Liberal Democrat voters want charities gagged in the run up to the next elections?

Run, Santa, Run

Posted by mollybrooks — 15 November 2013 at 4:17pm - Comments
Santa Run 2012
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Santas who ran for the Arctic in 2012

In December last year, 81 Santas ran through a London park, raising over £17,000 to help Greenpeace save their Arctic home.

This year, we’re aiming to get 200 Santas on our team and have set a massive fundraising target of £40,000!

Don’t want your home fracked? Just say no!

Posted by LiamBB — 14 October 2013 at 8:33am - Comments
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Andrew Pemberton of Lytham, Lancashire is not for shale

Years from now, today may be remembered as the day that the UK stood up and declared, "We are not for shale!"

I’ve spent a lot of time in and around actions here at Greenpeace and elsewhere, but rarely have I felt as excited as I do right now about the potential for a major victory, with the launch of wrongmove.org and the Not For Shale legal block.

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