Wednesday April 17, Airlie Beach: The Rainbow Warrior sailed into the "heart of the reef" in Airlie Beach today where the captain spoke with tourism representatives about protecting the Great Barrier Reef.
Mackay, Queensland- 18 April 2013: Greenpeace is calling on Federal Environment Minister, Tony Burke, to suspend his approval of Hancock Coal’s T3 coal terminal at Abbot Point while a federal investigation into the environmental assessment of it is underway.
Coral Sea, 24 April 2013--At 7:00am this morning, Greenpeace volunteers climbed aboard a coal ship leaving Australia, demanding an end to the expansion of coal exports, Australia’s greatest contribution to climate change.
Coral Sea, off Australia coast, 24 April 2013: As six Greenpeace volunteers remain on a coal export ship they boarded just outside the Great Barrier Reef this morning, support from prominent Australians is gathering pace.
Coral Sea, off Australian coast – 25 April 2013-- Six Greenpeace activists who maintained a 28 hour protest on board a coal ship as it left Australia have returned to the Rainbow Warrior and are on their way to Cairns.
Sydney, Monday 6 May 2013: On the eve of Coca-Cola Amatil’s AGM, Greenpeace has launched a television advertisement skewering the beverage giant’s efforts to sabotage a national ‘cash for containers’ scheme.
Sydney, Wednesday 8 May 2013: New analysis by Greenpeace shows that the Queensland Government’s plan for the next wave of coal terminal development at Abbot Point in north Queensland will require dredging of an extra 13 million cubic metres of seabed within the Great Barrier Reef World Heritage Area – more than four times the current amount proposed.
Sydney, Friday 10th May 2013: In an 11th hour decision, Channel 9 has banned Greenpeace’s controversial ad in support of a national cash for cans recycling scheme. The ad – lampooning Coca-Cola’s opposition to effective recycling – has gone viral, being viewed over half a million times on YouTube since its release on Monday.
Honiara, May 13, 2013 – Local tuna boat operators targeting albacore in the South Pacific are under threat of being pushed out of operation altogether due to the steady growth in numbers of subsidized foreign fishing vessels. (i)