January Newsletter Greenpeace

January 2009
Join the plot! Sign up for a plot of land, a bit of climate campaign history
What would happen if somebody bought a piece of land right in the middle of the proposed third runway site at Heathrow Airport near London? Well, we’ll find out… because that’s what we’ve just done!It’s all over the UK news — and over 20,000 people have joined in already — all of whom the UK government may be required to legally serve in person if they want to seize the land. Greenpeace UK bought the land with Oscar winning actress Emma Thompson, comedian Alistair McGowan and Zac Goldsmith, the former editor of The Ecologist magazine. Sign up now to get your own free piece of the plot.

* Join the plot and spread it world-wide
Vote The People’s Eye on Davos

Greenpeace Switzerland and the Berne Declaration have just launched a voting website for picking/pinpricking “the people’s choice” of rotten corporations. We don’t mean to cause any harm, but we’re not only poking fun either.

Hundreds of journalists are coming to Davos this month to meet CEOs and politicians for the World Economic Forum. We’ll let them know who the winner (voted the worst corporation!) is.

* Vote (EN) (FR) (DE)
Palm oil action, Netherlands Greenpeace in pictures
Did you know we publish a Month in Pictures slideshow, with highlights from Greenpeace actions around the world? We also post photos on Flickr, where you can also add comments and tags and things.

Deep Green

Where economics failed
This month’s Deep Green explores what happens when the laws of nature collide with the laws of economics.
“We may build bigger ships, but no new technology can catch fish that aren’t there.”

* Read Rex’s column on our website
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* CLIMATE: Join the airplot* DAVOS: Vote for the people’s choice awards.

* WHALES: Stand in solidarity with Junichi and Toru


  * See our photos on Flickr.* Learn how we got the land to block the airport expansion.

* Visit Greenpeace Africa’s website and learn about our work there.


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