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Why should we care about krill?

Why should we care about krill?:

Why should we care about krill?

When you think of Antarctica, most people think of penguins, seals, whales and even polar bears! Well, they’d be right (except for the polar…

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Charity Attack Laws: An Explainer

Charity Attack Laws: An Explainer:

Charity Attack Laws: An Explainer

On 7 December 2017, while the nation celebrated the historic vote for marriage equality, the Coalition quietly introduced a number of bills to Parliament….

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Meatless Magic: 3 Recipes for Vegan Meals

Meatless Magic: 3 Recipes for Vegan Meals:

Meatless Magic: 3 Recipes for Vegan Meals

Eliminating meat and dairy from your meals every so often can help lower your carbon footprint. Here are some simple (and delicious) vegan recipes for you.

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Give peace a chance Australia and Japan

Give peace a chance Australia and Japan:

Greenpeace Australia Pacific vessels greet the Peace Boat as it arrives in Sydney Harbour as part of its 'Making Waves' tour to promote nuclear disarmament.

John Lennon’s anti-war anthem was penned out of frustration with a pesky reporter. When the then Beatle was asked what he wanted to achieve…

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Everything must go! Huge oil and gas sell off …

Everything must go! Huge oil and gas sell off in Australia.:

Head of Bight Cliffs 1 Km West of Lookout, credit: Jaimen Hudson

Each year the government opens up more of Australia’s treasured ocean environment to dangerous oil and gas exploration. It’s time for that to stop. Already, millions…

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The IEA’s World Energy Outlook and its coal bi…

The IEA’s World Energy Outlook and its coal bias:

The IEA’s World Energy Outlook and its coal bias

PEOPLE who watch energy markets often claim the International Energy Agency’s (IEA) regular World Energy Outlook (WEO) repeatedly gets it wrong. This post was first published in…

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Antarctic’s Top Penguin

Antarctic’s Top Penguin:

Antarctic’s Top Penguin

Not every penguin is up to the challenge of living in the Antarctic, but those that do are a special sort of awesome. Remember,…

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Setting Sail to protect the Antarctic

Setting Sail to protect the Antarctic:

Setting Sail to protect the Antarctic

As I write this the Arctic Sunrise, one of Greenpeace’s ships, is sailing south. For the next three months its crew will be working…

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March of the penguins

March of the penguins:

March of the penguins

This morning, people around the world are waking up to pictures of penguin sightings across the globe. The penguins have been spotted travelling on…

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Arctic Oil: The verdict is in

Arctic Oil: The verdict is in:

Arctic Oil: The verdict is in

Last November, we made history together as our movement launched an unprecedented people-powered legal challenge to Arctic Oil.  More than half a million people,…

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