A Greenpeace Manifesto for Change

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Our planet is maybe the only place in the universe where life exists. It is a precious thing, and it must be protected and nurtured, not torn apart for the short-term gain of a few.  Humans are a force of nature, but we are a conscious force and we can use our power for good.  We are not spectators, we are players, and we can shape the game, all of us together. It is time for all of us to see humanity for what it is: as a single species, interdependent on other species and the one, finite and beautiful planet we live on.

Greenpeace reaction to LibDem manifesto

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23 April, 2015

Commenting on the LibDem manifesto, Greenpeace UK chief scientist Dr Doug Parr said:

"If many of these pledges on energy and nature protection were to be enacted it would be a huge win for the environment. Now we need to know where the red lines are in any negotiations with potential coalition partners, and how high up the priority list environmental improvement is for the Lib Dems. Are their red lines green?"

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Q&A from the roof of Parliament

Posted by jamie — 11 October 2009 at 7:45pm - Comments

A little while ago, I spoke to two of the volunteers who are camped up on top of the Houses of Parliament to find out how they were getting on. Louise explains the challenge of getting up there:


And Christian answers some questions posed by followers on Twitter:


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