The Blog

  • 8 Highlights of Greenpeace campaigns internationally

    16 December 2021
    Greenpeace Australia Pacific

    From journeying to the centre of an atomic blast site in 1971, to having established organisations in over 57 countries, Greenpeace has come a long way in half a century.

  • In History: Greenpeace Campaigns Against Nuclear Dumping

    16 December 2021
    Greenpeace Australia Pacific

    Since the emergence of the civil use of nuclear power to meet the energy needs of growing populations, nuclear waste and how we dispose of it has become a big issue - especially for environmentalists.

  • The women behind Greenpeace’s first campaign

    16 December 2021
    Greenpeace Australia Pacific

    In celebrating 50 years of Greenpeace, we’re taking this opportunity to celebrate the lives of some amazing women who were involved in Greenpeace’s first campaign trip to Alaska in protest of U.S. nuclear weapons testing.

  • Interview with Gillian Hill

    16 December 2021
    Greenpeace Australia Pacific

    Gillian is one of those supporters who has gone the extra mile and volunteered for Greenpeace during her newfound freetime.

  • The Fight Against WA Gas

    16 December 2021
    Greenpeace Australia Pacific

    Woodside are attempting to prioritise profits over our planet, with their Scarborough gas mining project. Greenpeace Asia Pacific are supporting the Conservation Council of Western Australia’s fight against the most climate-polluting project ever proposed in Australia.

  • Western Australia’s mind-blowing biodiversity

    16 December 2021
    Greenpeace Australia Pacific

    There are 12 species of birds and 3 species of mammals unique to this area (endemic). The province is home to 7,380 plant taxa, with almost half (3,620) endemic to the area!

  • Wonders of Ningaloo Reef

    16 December 2021
    Greenpeace Australia Pacific

    Ningaloo Reef is among UNESCO's list of World Heritage Sites, and one of only three located in Western Australia. This classification itself highlights the importance of Ningaloo Reef in sustaining the planet’s ecosystem. But let’s take a dive into some of the natural wonders of this reef.

  • Coping with Climate Grief: Advice from an Environmental Psychologist

    10 March 2022

    It’s been a tough couple of weeks. With the confronting findings of the latest report from the United Nations Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), the crisis in Ukraine, floods on one side of the country, and record-breaking heat on the other, it’s understandable if you’ve been feeling a little stressed or sad.