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Will you take on the ultimate challenge and Run for the Reef in 2015? This year’s City2Surf will be taking place on 9 August 2015. Be a part of the biggest race in the southern hemisphere while raising funds to help our beautiful planet. So what are you waiting for? Find out more and join the Greenpeace team >>
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RT Greenpeace: A fairly enormous chunk of Antarctic ice will fall into the sea before the decade is out
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Tourists expect coloured coral, dolphins when visiting Barrier Reef > http://buff.ly/1Ae6cKj
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The Great Barrier Reef isn't going to save itself. Last month, 41,000 people in the Greenp… http://buff.ly/1diPz5Y h…
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RT QUICA: Leonardo DiCaprio, you knw sonic exploration deafens & blinds #whales. Pls help us show the world!
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“@LeoDiCaprio, you knw sonic exploration deafens & blinds #whales. Pls help us show the world! http://t.co/5BqNM2xyIs”
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RT Greenpeace: The Australian govt. plans to go forward with a coal port expansion next to the largest Reef http://buff.ly/1diLsH6
“The Australian govt. plans to go forward with a coal port expansion next to the largest Reef http://t.co/txvTbZ66Ub”
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RT Greenpeace USA: Sri Lanka is one of the most important havens for mangroves - and now they'll be protected: http://buff.ly/1Hrnh2W
“Sri Lanka is one of the most important havens for mangroves - and now they'll be protected: http://t.co/F4XjiP4ADJ”
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This lake was the fourth largest on Earth. Now look at it. We’re changing the world at a rate that's only clear when you zoom out.
Often, small changes made over time are hard to see. Even when we're making dramatic transformations to our world - through deforestation, industrialisation, and fossil fuel extraction and use - it can be hard to see how large the scars we're creating are. That is, until you zoom out.
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hellos for to make arrangements in this lake we may talk with mr Putin and his ppl's ;)
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“WHERE’S all the colour? And will there be dolphins?” Not if we dont do something#savethereef: http://buff.ly/1S9Q7uO
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RT Greenpeace: A fairly enormous chunk of Antarctic ice will fall into the sea before the decade is out
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“A fairly enormous chunk of Antarctic ice will fall into the sea before the decade is out http://t.co/IHohztn5R5”
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RT Greenpeace: A fairly enormous chunk of Antarctic ice will fall into the sea before the decade is out. http://buff.ly/1GnQwVz
“A fairly enormous chunk of Antarctic ice will fall into the sea before the decade is out. http://t.co/IHohztn5R5”
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RT Greenpeace USA: "Activist is not a dirty word." Check out Mark Ruffalo's inspiring commencement speech telling grads to "Act up!"
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Australia and the Pacific are unique and precious environments. We're (bloody) lucky to call them home. We've got a beautiful climate, rich oceans, vast forests and healthy food. Yet all of this is under threat. Greenpeace takes action to protect our natural home, now and for the future.
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Greenpeace is an independent global campaigning organisation that acts to change attitudes and behaviours to protect and conserve the environment and to promote peace by:

● investigating, exposing and confronting environmental abuse

● challenging the political and economic power of those who can effect change

● driving environmentally responsible and socially just solutions that offer hope for this and future generations

● inspiring people to take responsibility, through action, for the planet