Filed under: Greenpeace, Greenpeace Core Values, Life at work, Stop climate change | Tags: Activism, Online activism, Quit Coal, Volunteers
From Making Waves
There’s nothing like finding hidden gems. The amount of videos, photos, stories, blog entries and whatnot we deal with on a yearly basis is amazing. It’s easy for simple things like the portrait of a Greenpeace Activist to be buried under piles of campaigns to push, cyberactions to take etc. Yet, yesterday, while uploading high quality videos on YouTube, Tulio in the video department found this one.
People like Jesus are the ones you sometimes see on photos hanging from a chimney at a coal power station. Coincidentally, Greenpeace UK posted a blog entry yesterday about Luke, another man-behind-the-scenes. It takes real conviction to do this. It takes guts. My hat off to them.
So what would Jesus do to stop climate change? He’d climb on ship to quit coal, apparently. But just in case you’re afraid of heights, you can take action online. After all, you don’t have to join us to join us.
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