Volunteers

  • It's all Happening in Port Augusta

    3 November 2017

    Alot can happen pretty quickly here in Port Augusta. Only yesterday I was getting ready to launch a campaign with Greenpeace to ask the South Australian government to follow through on their original promise to pay for the remediation of Bird Lake.

  • We are the frontliners and we have our own voices

    21 June 2017

    Becky Giblin is a volunteer from Nananu-i-ra, a small island off Rakiraki. Becky shares her experiences of living on the frontlines of climate change and why she is a passionate defender of our planet. 

  • A woman's place is in the movement

    3 April 2017

    We, as a nation, celebrated International Women's Day for 2017. It is safe to say that for many of us this particular day means a lot. Not only to celebrate the growth of equality us women have achieved throughout the decades but to shine a bright light on the issues society as a whole have yet to overcome.

  • Meet Katherine aka Barbie

    28 June 2011

    Katherine Higgins from Melbourne  is one of our wonderful volunteers. She recently took action as the not-so-wonderful 'rainforest destroyer' Barbie.

  • Col and Bill's most excellent climate adventures

    28 February 2011

    88-year old war veteran, Bill Ryan, and his son, Colin, 62, are committed climate activists. Although they’d prefer a peaceful retirement at home in Sutherland, they say the call for change is too strong.

  • Without them we are nothing (We love our Vollies)

    24 November 2010

    Sunday December 5 is International Volunteer Day – and a great opportunity to look back over the past year and recognise those who have helped us achieve so much by donating their time to Greenpeace.