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.
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.
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.
BRISBANE, Friday 18 August 2023 – Greenpeace Australia Pacific has welcomed the Australian Labor Party committing to support a global ban on deep-sea mining at the ALP National Conference, urging the party to now ramp up pressure on global counterparts to do the same.
SYDNEY, 22 August 2023 — In response to the Japanese government’s plans to discharge contaminated wastewater into the Pacific, the following comments can be attributed to Greenpeace Australia Pacific Senior Campaigner Steph Hodgins-May:
PERTH, 23 August 2023 – Greenpeace Australia Pacific is calling for transparency from fossil fuel giant Woodside, after it was revealed a whale calf was hit by a tugboat operated by a Woodside contractor in the Port of Dampier.
PERTH, 23 August 2023 - Today the Perth community will gather for a peaceful candlelit vigil outside fossil fuel company Woodside’s headquarters to show their concern for vulnerable marine wildlife threatened by Woodside’s Burrup Hub gas expansion.
SYDNEY, Friday 25 August 2023 – As the Federal Government’s pledge to introduce vehicle pollution caps receives “overwhelming” support, the Government must now deliver on an ambitious, strong, loophole-free standards that delivers real emissions reductions for the sake of communities, and our planet.
PERTH, 29 August 2023: Greenpeace Australia Pacific has applauded today’s announcement of a $3 billion boost of Western Australia’s clean energy transition, saying that it shows the state’s future is in renewables, not gas.