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One small step against a dirty plan, one giant leap for climate justice! by Chuck Baclagon
December 17, 2009, 3:30 pm
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Ben Jasper is international projects co-ordinator at Greenpeace Czech Republic. Pictured above – occupying the top of the smokestack at Prenerov II coal fired power plant. Below he shares some encouraging news on how a small Pacific Island State is taking a stand against this plant.

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This is the road to Copenhagen! by Chuck Baclagon
April 27, 2009, 6:13 am
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From Making Waves

A busy day for team Greenpeace in Belgium yesterday. At 8 in the morning activists blocked traffic on the Ring around Brussels, the busiest traffic ‘knot’ in the country. After safely re-routing traffic, 30 of them unrolled a 180 square meter green carpet on the road and used it to visualise the alternatives for the planned road expansion of the Flemish government. In the run up to regional elections in June, they wanted to put these road expansion plans on the political agenda.

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