• Thank you times two million!

    3 October 2012

    When you're as far north as we are right now, communications come to you like telegrams; they're few and far between, and only the most important make it through.

  • Arctic melting: The science behind the ice

    13 September 2012

    Two of the scientists travelling with Greenpeace on the Arctic Sunrise are Dr Julienne Stroeve, a research scientist at the US National Snow and Ice Data Centre (NSIDC), and Nick Toberg, an ice scientist at Cambridge University. I asked them what research they would be able to do on the ice, and for some insight into why Arctic sea ice is so important, and what impact the melting would have on our climate.

  • Come together, to save the Arctic

    23 July 2012

    1968. That was a hell of a year. The people were on the streets, revolution was in the air, we released the White Album, and perhaps the most influential photograph of all time was taken by an astronaut called William Anders.

  • Kumi’s commitment

    20 June 2011

    Over the weekend Kumi Naidoo, Head of Greenpeace International, was arrested for taking direct action to stop drilling in the Arctic.