Compass Archive

Greenpeace's Quarterly Magazine

Compass, Greenpeace’s quarterly members’ magazine, is a field report on the campaigns our members are helping wage around the world. By clicking the buttons below, you’ll travel from our Greenpeace Fund website to Greenpeace, Inc., where you can access the current and previous versions of Compass e-magazine’s high-definition videos, photos, and interactive content.

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    This year has challenged us as a society. At Greenpeace, we have seen our campaigners and supporters work harder than ever before to take on the most urgent fights during this pandemic, all while making sure we don’t lose ground for the big campaigns ahead. Read about what we have been working on because of your support.

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    We’re working to stop massive polluters from benefiting while the climate and people suffer. This crisis has also laid bare injustices which Black, Brown, and working class communities have felt for centuries: lack of health care and paid sick leave, and a system that prioritizes elites over the health of people and the planet. We need to highlight these injustices and build a better tomorrow.

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    Greenpeace’s “Pole to Pole” expedition now reaches its finale. The ship’s crews and campaigners teamed up with scientists and researchers to study the state of our oceans, making both exciting discoveries and also gathering alarming data. The impact of the climate crisis has far-reaching implications, requiring an urgent response. With this, Greenpeace’s climate campaigns are escalating and amplifying.

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    On September 20th, millions around the world went on strike in the youth-led movement to demand urgent measures to stop the climate crisis. Unfortunately, when the United Nations Climate Action Summit convened, this call went largely unheeded. Because we desperately need true climate leadership, Greenpeace is working hard to make the climate emergency a central election issue.

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    Our investigations, research, and analysis have shown clearly what our planet needs for a healthy, livable future. Greenpeace has released several reports on our priority campaigns to protect the oceans, make the climate crisis a top 2020 U.S. presidential campaign issue, and hold corporations responsible for trashing the planet with plastic pollution. Read more on what you have made possible.

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    Greenpeace’s most ambitious expedition in our history is underway, a ten-month ship tour sailing from pole to pole to build the case for creating a network of marine sanctuaries as the United Nations negotiates a Global Ocean Treaty. We are excited about this historic expedition and the discoveries we will make, and I hope you are as well. Join us!

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    So much exciting and vitally important work is happening right now to escalate Greenpeace’s campaigns to save our climate and defend our oceans. As you will see in these pages, our campaigns and our expeditions are bigger, bolder, and more ambitious than ever, thanks to your generous support.

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    What happens to forests happens to all of us. Greenpeace is bringing our best strategies, strengths, and skills to the fight to stop Indonesia’s rainforests from being further destroyed by the expanding palm oil industry. While the Trump Administration’s regressive policies require our determined resistance, Greenpeace is pushing for real climate leadership in California to help in addressing global warming.

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    The science is clear—continuing to go forward with existing fossil fuel development will push the planet beyond the 1-2° temperature rise we cannot exceed and still avoid catastrophe. That’s why Greenpeace is escalating our campaign to stop fossil fuel expansion. The pace and extent of global activism against fossil fuel pipelines is incredible and showing no signs of letting up.

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    Whether you’re gazing out over a never-ending sea, billowing plains, or treacherous mountain terrain, it’s impossible not to feel small in the vastness of the planet. But we must always remember the power we have together, and this issue of Compass is a remind of that. Come with us as we explore the depths of the Weddell Sea and make the case stronger for creating an Antarctic Ocean Sanctuary with new science.

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