Greenpeace North Carolina activists have been fighting their utility, Duke Energy to demand cleaner, cheaper energy. Despite the fact that Duke is the largest power company in the ...On December 17, 2013 / By Monica Embrey
Guest post by: Brian Johnson North Carolina is already a hotbed of solar energy. Now its largest city is poised to join the trend. Over 150 Charlotte residents ...On November 20, 2013 / By Monica Embrey
Yesterday, residents and volunteering occupants of Rockaway Park in Queens NYC gathered at hurricane relief hubs to share Thanksgiving dinner with one another. Here’s video of the afternoon ...On November 23, 2012 / By Connor Gibson
Last night after the sun set, residents of Rockaway Park had a small celebration of all the hard work and progress that they have led with assistance from ...On November 12, 2012 / By Connor Gibson
Posted on behalf of Luan “Jonathan” Dong, who is attending graduate school at George Washington University and interning for Greenpeace in Washington, DC. When you tell your family in ...On November 9, 2012 / By Connor Gibson
HELP WITH SUPERSTORM SANDY RELIEF in ROCKAWAY PARK: www.RockawayHelp.com I cannot get my nose to stop running… But in the full context of hurricane Sandy relief efforts here ...On November 8, 2012 / By Connor Gibson
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Greenpeace activists will be going on trial to fight felony charges for a protest at the P&G headquarters in Cincinnati.