"Shell  and the other oil giants need to hear this message loud and clear from  people all around the world – the Arctic is off-limits to your oil  rigs." 
-lucy lawless after boarding - with Five other  Greenpeace activists - an Arctic-bound Shell oil drillship now in New Zealand. Join them and take action!Updates at: http://www.greenpeace.org/usa/en/
"Shell and the other oil giants need to hear this message loud and clear from people all around the world – the Arctic is off-limits to your oil rigs."
-lucy lawless after boarding - with Five other Greenpeace activists - an Arctic-bound Shell oil drillship now in New Zealand.

Join them and take action!

Updates at: http://www.greenpeace.org/usa/
en/
"Shell  and the other oil giants need to hear this message loud and clear from  people all around the world – the Arctic is off-limits to your oil  rigs."
-lucy lawless after boarding - with Five other  Greenpeace activists - an Arctic-bound Shell oil drillship now in New Zealand.
Join them and take action!
Updates at: http://www.greenpeace.org/usa/

"Shell and the other oil giants need to hear this message loud and clear from people all around the world – the Arctic is off-limits to your oil rigs."

-lucy lawless after boarding - with Five other Greenpeace activists - an Arctic-bound Shell oil drillship now in New Zealand.

Join them and take action!

Updates at: http://www.greenpeace.org/usa/

darrenell:

An Occupy Montreal protester holds up a sign in Victoria Square Park  one day after occupiers were evicted by the city of Montreal.  The  mask, taken from the 2006 film V for Vendetta in which a masked man  starts a revolution aimed at overthrowing the corrupt elite powers  governing his country, has become a symbol of the Occupy movement which  seeks to redress inequalities and injustices in the current global  order.  The sign strikes an important chord given the current news coming out of the climate talks in Durban, South Africa. Montreal, November 26, 2011.
©Darren Ell.  www.darrenell.com

darrenell:

An Occupy Montreal protester holds up a sign in Victoria Square Park one day after occupiers were evicted by the city of Montreal. The mask, taken from the 2006 film V for Vendetta in which a masked man starts a revolution aimed at overthrowing the corrupt elite powers governing his country, has become a symbol of the Occupy movement which seeks to redress inequalities and injustices in the current global order.  The sign strikes an important chord given the current news coming out of the climate talks in Durban, South Africa. Montreal, November 26, 2011.

©Darren Ell.  www.darrenell.com

Reblogged from darrenell

fyeahderrickjensen:

Code Green by Stephanie McMillan
—It’s been 22 years since the Exxon Valdez spill. Why won’t you pay for the rest of the clean-up? You did promise.
—Sorry, pathetic animal thing! If our latest quarterly profit had risen by $10.34 billion instead of a measly $10.33 billion, we might’ve been able to swing it.

fyeahderrickjensen:

Code Green by Stephanie McMillan

—It’s been 22 years since the Exxon Valdez spill. Why won’t you pay for the rest of the clean-up? You did promise.

—Sorry, pathetic animal thing! If our latest quarterly profit had risen by $10.34 billion instead of a measly $10.33 billion, we might’ve been able to swing it.

Reblogged from socialuprooting

There are a lot of reasons to join the 650,000 people who switched from a big corporate bank to a credit union last month, and one of them we’ve written about for years is to help stop mountaintop removal coal mining.
(via Leave Your Bank Today! Help Stop Mountaintop Removal Coal Mining | Planetsave)

There are a lot of reasons to join the 650,000 people who switched from a big corporate bank to a credit union last month, and one of them we’ve written about for years is to help stop mountaintop removal coal mining.

(via Leave Your Bank Today! Help Stop Mountaintop Removal Coal Mining | Planetsave)

Greenpeace says it has uncovered evidence of JBS breaking its 2009 commitment on responsible cattle sourcing. The agreement signed by JBS commits it to avoid buying cattle from properties that have been blacklisted by the Labor Ministry, embargoed by Brazil’s environmental protection agency IBAMA, or are situated within indigenous territories. Greenpeace says the discovery “demonstrates weaknesses in the supply chain for responsible leather and meat products.”