• Why are fish labels so important to Australians?

    19 July 2017

    Seafood plays a starring role in the diets of many Australians. Just take a look at the numbers. The average Australian eats around double the amount of seafood that was consumed per person in 1975.

  • Politicians politic while the Reef burns

    7 July 2017

    A war of words erupted yesterday between Queensland and Australian Government Ministers over who had done more to keep the Great Barrier Reef off the World Heritage ‘in danger’ list following the UNESCO Committee’s decision on Wednesday.

  • I lost my ability to walk, but never lost my love for the ocean

    8 June 2017

    As an aerial photographer & videographer, Jaimen Hudson’s images will transport your body and mind to places you‘ve never been — azure blue oceans and clear skies along jagged coastlines; sunsets that shine colours bright like a candy store; graceful marine life and people tiny like ants lapping up waves in the deep, cool sea

  • 4 ways you can reduce plastic ocean pollution today

    26 May 2017

    Australia is home to some of the most stunning beaches in the world - white sand, long stretches of coastline and breathtaking backdrops. But when you're daydreaming of the Great Ocean Road or Bondi Beach, do you include floating plastic debris in your picture-perfect visions?

  • Here comes the BOOM: Seismic testing

    22 May 2017

    It comes as no real surprise that oil companies are gunning to begin seismic testing in one of the last truly unspoilt stretches of ocean. The Great Australian Bight has been on the radar of greedy oil companies for the past few years now, and the battle continues to protect it.

  • Six reasons to keep oil out of the Great Australian Bight

    8 May 2017

    “The Great Australian Bight is the greatest whale nursery on this planet. The whale story where I come from is my university, my school… Whales like sperm whales, blue whales, pygmy blue whales, killer whales, humpback whales – they travel down there to honour that great journey, that song, that story of the great white whale Jeedara that is there now… ” - Bunna Lawrie, Mirning Elder.

  • After 7 years, we won!

    27 April 2017

    After 7 years of campaigning together, Greenpeace supporters just ended one of the most destructive fishing methods in the Australian tuna market. And here’s how we did it.