Footage of fossil fuel company Woodside dredging in endangered sea turtle habitat shows the company is a ‘clear and present danger’ to our oceans, says environmental group Greenpeace Australia Pacific.
FIJI, 9 AUGUST 2023 – Greenpeace Australia Pacific has joined civil society groups, Pasifika activists and climate leaders on Kioa island, Fiji, as part of a regional dialogue to progress key climate issues facing the region.
Greenpeace Australia Pacific has vowed to use every means possible to stop Woodside, after the fossil fuel company’s controversial plan for seismic blasting in endangered whale habitat was approved by the offshore regulator NOPSEMA.
VANUATU, 5 JULY 2023 – Iconic Greenpeace vessel the Rainbow Warrior today arrived in Port Vila, Vanuatu after a nine day voyage from Cairns, Australia with climate activists, Pacific campaigners and First Nations leaders.
Greenpeace’s iconic Rainbow Warrior has arrived in Cairns this week to join with First Nations leaders from the Guda Maluyligal in the Torres Strait, Uncle Paul and Uncle Pabai, plaintiffs in the Australian Climate Case who have taken the Australian government to court for failing to protect their island homes from climate change.
SYDNEY, Monday 19 June 2023 – Modelling released today shows local residents will benefit from hundreds of millions of dollars in fuel savings over 10 years, should the Federal Government implement strong pollution standards later this year.
SYDNEY, Wednesday 14 June 2023 – Ahead of the climate-critical Fuel Efficiency Standards debate, Greenpeace Australia Pacific today welcomed the establishment of a Parliamentary Friends of Electric Vehicles Group.