|January 2011 |
Don't miss your chance to vote in the Public Eye Awards - where the nominees are the companies who have committed the most evil corporate offenses of the year. The awards ceremony takes place each year at the Davos, Switzerland. While business and political leaders meet in Davos the Public Eye Awards remind the corporate world that there are consequences for their misdeeds. Whether that is exploitative working conditions, environmental destruction or other acts of disregard for society.
Help shine an international spotlight on corporate crime - Vote now!
Taiwan defends our oceans in
The Rainbow Warrior is on the Defending our Oceans tour of East Asia.
Earlier this month the ship arrived in Taiwan and our oceans campaign team have been working hard to highlight the urgent need to better regulate and monitor Taiwanese fishing fleets, both locally and in the Pacific Ocean where many vessels are involved in pirate fishing.
Recently our activists took direct action against a blacklisted tuna factory ship. Images and more from the action in Taiwan here.
Princes Tuna responds to your e-mails
We're still pushing Princes, one of the leading tinned tuna brands, to stop selling tuna that's caught using destructive methods - killing sharks, turtles, rays and baby tuna.
Over 75,000 of you have sent messages to Princes telling them you know their dirty secret. They are replying with impressive sounding statements but we can see right through their PR material and we're not willing to back down.
Join us - send your letter to Princes now!
Japan acts on corrupt whaling industry!
One of the keys to ending
After two and a half years of hard work in Japan to expose corruption at the heart of the whaling industry - we have a significant victory! The Fisheries Agency of Japan (FAJ) admitted that their officials have received free whale meat at the expense of Japanese tax-payers and made a public apology. Read more. in the is revealing the ongoing scandal and international shame that it brings to a largely unaware Japanese public.
BREAKING: Alone among scientists, Pat Michaels testified before the US Congress last year that there was no need to act against climate change. But it appears he didn't reveal a key fact: he gets major funding from the oil industry. Congressional inquiry being demanded for what's being called "Skepticgate."
Nominate Greenpeace USA for a Shorty Award in the green category!
For their online coverage of the ongoing consequences of BP's oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico - they deserve your tweet:
I nominate @greenpeaceusa for a Shorty Award in #green because of their #oilspill coverage http://ht.ly/3K59f
Tweet your vote - or copy and paste the above text into your Twitter post.