The Blog

  • Five fascinating facts about the unique wildlife that calls Ningaloo home

    3 October 2023
    Ines Icaza

    Welcome to megafauna highway and the longest-fringing coral reef in the world, Ningaloo Reef. Home to some of the most interesting wildlife in our oceans, this World Animal Day, let's take a dive in and take a closer look at some of fascinating species that calls this place home:

  • Why UNESCO’s draft decision to leave the Great Barrier Reef out of its "in danger" list is another red flag the environment faces.

    25 August 2023
    Ines Icaza

    Our planet continues to warn us that we cannot continue on our current trajectory. And this year has proven to be no different. From the hottest month on record to what is looking like the hottest year. Moreover, there are some of the biggest environmental red flags of 2023 to remind us why the Great Barrier Reef (as well as many other species and natural environments) should be treated as "in danger".

  • The real reason people are obsessed with stopping Woodside

    10 August 2023

    Last week, WA Premier Roger Cook asked “what is it about people’s obsession with Woodside?” Given the millions Woodside has spent on constructing the lie that it is a good corporate citizen of Western Australia, plastering its logo all across our beloved sporting and cultural institutions, it’s an understandable query.

  • ​​Why is the Greenpeace Rainbow Warrior Touring the Pacific?

    4 August 2023

    Greenpeace Australia Pacific is embarking on an extraordinary journey with the iconic Greenpeace Rainbow Warrior, sailing across the Pacific. We are on a mission to share the untold stories of the Pacific and the solutions proposed by the region to combat the climate crisis. By engaging with communities on the frontlines of the climate crisis, we aim to amplify their voices and showcase the resilience, determination, and courage of Pacific peoples in the face of devastating climate impacts.

  • Deep sea mining industry fails to get green light but remains a threat

    1 August 2023

    Kingston, Jamaica, 28 July 2023 — As the Rainbow Warrior was sailing across the Pacific for part of Greenpeace Australia Pacific’s Climate Justice Ship Tour, the International Seabed Authority (ISA) negotiations were concluding, with deep sea mining companies failing to get an immediate green light to start plundering the oceans. Opposition to deep sea mining within the ISA is mounting with more than 20 governments calling for a pause.

  • Resilient Voices of Tuvalu

    1 August 2023
    Shiva Gounden

    Talofa from the Rainbow Warrior! Let me introduce you to Tuvalu, a breathtaking atoll nation facing immense climate impacts. Home to approximately 11,000 people, many of its islands and islets stand just 2 metres above sea level, leaving them vulnerable to the rising tides.