1. The video Shell doesn't want you to see


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    Shell's priceless Grand Prix moment BREAKING: Our @Shell Grand Prix ceremony video has been banned from YouTube. So, we put it back up Grab it while you can. And reupload it. Tell Shell what we think of #censorship" Join the movement to www.savethearctic.org

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    • Greenpeace - Wind


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      • Have a break?


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        Update: Nestle agreed to develop a plan which will identify and remove any companies in their supply chain with links to deforestation so their products will have "no deforestation footprint". http://www.greenpeace.org.uk/blog/forests/success-you-made-nestl%C3%A9-drop-dodgy-palm-oil-now-lets-bank-it-hsbc-20100517 http://www.greenpeace.org/kitkat Nestlé, maker of Kit Kat, uses palm oil from companies that are trashing Indonesian rainforests, threatening the livelihoods of local people and pushing orang-utans towards extinction. We all deserve to have a break - but having one shouldn't involve taking a bite out of Indonesia's precious rainforests. We're asking Nestlé to give rainforests and orang-utans a break and stop buying palm oil from destroyed forests. Named Best Viral 2010 at Viral Video Awards, Berlin International Short Film Festival - http://www.viralvideoaward.com

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        • LEGO: Everything is NOT awesome


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          This video reached over 3 million views on YouTube before it was censored. Lord Business wants to control everything, but he can’t block free speech. Tell LEGO to end its partnership with Shell and help Save the Arctic: grnpc.org/Ig0qP Creativity forever.

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            Teaming up with Greenpeace to help raise awareness of the growing disappearance of honey bees, this short film was produced and animated at WOODBLOCK with support by our friends at Soilfilms. polynoid.tv/greenpeace-new-bees Client – Greenpeace Creative – Alexander Kalchev Director – Polynoid Production Company / Animation Studio – Woodblock Artists – Jan Bitzer, Tom Weber, Ilija Brunck, Marco Kowalik, Fabian Pross, Csaba Letay, Michael Heberlein, William Tirloy, Max Stoehr, Sarah Eim, Markus Eschrich Service Production – Soilfilms DoP – Tanja Häring Actors – Yoko Nova Schimschar, Luca Brunck Florez Music – World Gang

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            • Timber (Natural Rhythms Trilogy Part III)


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              Timber (Natural Rhythms Trilogy Part III) http://www.ninjatune.net/ninja/release.php?id=1462 The critically acclaimed A/V single Timber won the MCM Atlas [French national TV] Award for Best Video Editing (1998). It is the third part of the Natural Rhythms Trilogy, Stuart Warren-Hill's first experiment in video sampling, the first piece being Frog Jam and the second being Natural Rhythm. Although Stuart was the main architect of this trilogy, it was created with the support of Coldcut and Greenpeace. Frog Jam (Natural Rhythms Trilogy Part I) http://vimeo.com/channels/hexstatic#3762811 Natural Rhythms (Natural Rhythms Trilogy Part II) http://vimeo.com/channels/hexstatic#3766920

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              • Climate Change ... Global Warming ... Global Cooling


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                A history of climate change and the IPCC, including: a) IPCC admits that the world is emerging from the Little Ice Age. b) IPCC claims that recent data can be used to validate its models ... 10 years of cooling shows that the IPCC models are wrong. c) Data is presented showing that claims of recent "unprecedented" warming are wrong. ----------------------------- This video was posted for the Greenpeace "Climate Change" propaganda forum, "Global Cooling" thread. As a result of this SHOCKING video and the following SHOCKING forum post, I HAVE BEEN BANNED BY GREENPEACE. It is sad to see that a wonderful organization like Greenpeace has chosen NOT to follow the principles of free speech has become dominated by bigotry. ------------------------------ These numbers : http://www.cru.uea.ac.uk/cru/data/te...hadcrut3gl.txt ... are not "random" as you (juliettelucie, Greenpeace administrator) suggest. They are the numbers used by the IPCC to plot global average temperatures (IPCC 2007 AR4 Full report Fig 1.1 page 31) http://www.ipcc.ch/pdf/assessment-re...yr/ar4_syr.pdf IPCC Temperature Data. The data shown in the table has the form: Column 1: Year (from 1850); Col 2-13: Monthly averages; Col 14; Yearly average. You can plot it yourself manually but it's not hard to see why I wrote my macro to plot it ! The obvious question is "where do these numbers come from" ? Many people have been asking this question for many years. The IPCC chosen to keep this information secret until just over a year ago, when some of the details were revealed: http://www.climateaudit.org/?p=2135 Average The first question is "how do you get an average daily temperature" when temperatures change throughout the day. Simple, add the highest and lowest and divide by two. Not very meaningful but that is what is used. Time Period The data shown ranges from 1850, almost to the end of the Little Ice Age in 1830. What was temperature measurement like back then ? Here we have a lovely historical account: http://climate.umn.edu/doc/twin_citi...ng/1850sum.htm In other words, back in 1850, many stations didn't even record a maximum and minimum temperature, despite the invention of the "Six thermometer" in 1782 http://www.absoluteastronomy.com/top...;s_thermometer Temperature measurement in 1850 was indeed far inferior to today. Temperatures were not even shielded from the sun. This came with the invention of the "Stevenson screen" in 1864. The Stevenson screen was not introduced to Australia untill the 1880s http://www.abs.gov.au/ausstats/ABS@....005&num=&view= Temperature Measurement Locations The IPCC has now revealed its station locations here: http://www.cru.uea.ac.uk/cru/data/la...rustnsused.txt Examination of these shows some interesting facts. 1. At least 70% of the globe is not covered ... the ocean 2. Most of these stations do not record data back to 1850. That is, we are not looking at the same thing now ("average of some group of temperatures") compared to 1850. 3. Only 17% , that is 710 of the 4138 stations listed are in the Southern hemisphere. The Southern hemisphere is cooling far more rapidly than the North. The Southern hemisphere cooling is at a rate of 4 degrees per century (based on past 7 year's data). http://www.cru.uea.ac.uk/cru/data/te...hadcrut3sh.txt Accuracy The graph in the IPCC report above shows the current gobal average temperature as being 14.45 degrees plus or minus 0.08 degrees. Temperatures are now measured electronically but are recorded to plus or minus .5 degrees http://www.srh.noaa.gov/ohx/dad/coop/EQUIPMENT.pdf page 11 In 1850 electronics didn’t exist and the recording accuracy would be expected to be much worse. (IPCC claims 4 times worse) If the real measurement accuracy were displayed on the temperature graph, the rise of 1 degree since 1850 almost disappears in the error bands. Conclusion Global average temperatures as used by the IPCC, have shown a general warming since the end of the Little Ice Age and now show a cooling. There are large errors in the temperatures and trends. ---------------------------- A final note on temperature data accuracy. The IPCC bases its data accuracy on this paper: http://www.cru.uea.ac.uk/cru/data/temperature/HadCRUT3_accepted.pdf Page 6 contains a critical error on page 6, obvious to even a first year student in statistics. Measurement error is ignored. The above paper uses this paper for its error estimate: http://www.geog.ox.ac.uk/~mnew/teaching/Online_Articles/folland_et_al_temp_uncertainties_GRL_2001.PDF Page 2 of this page suggests that took a guess at the accuracy ... no methods, no references. A detailed survey has shown weather station measurement error to be quite high: http://www.surfacestations.org/ shows that 11 % of stations have a temperature measurement error greater than 5 degrees; 58% have errors greater than 2 degrees; 20% have errors greater than 1 degree. These errors swamp apparent temperature changes in recent history.

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                • Greenpeace - Ocean Action


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                  www.animateme.me.uk more info @ http://www.greenpeace.org.uk/oceans ///Crew/// Direction & Design /// Jens Blank Client /// Greenpeace Prod. Company /// Navarone Producer /// Charlie Stanfield Producer Greenpeace /// Hayley Baker Copywriter /// Ruth Quayle Stop Motion /// Anna Benner 3d /// Sergei Shabarov & Jens Blank DOP /// Fabio Guglielmelli Prod. Design /// Anne Gry Skovdal Pedersen Sound /// Jay Price Music /// Paul Lambert Art Dept. /// Dec Hardy Shot @ Green Lens Studios

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                    • Cinematography Showreel


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                      A (not too) short edit of projects I have been working on between the years 2010 and 2012. It is mainly portraiture, shot around Europe. Footage from short documentaries, reportages, greenpeace actions, fashion shootings, music videos, event documentation and more. Feel free to leave your comments. Enjoy :) Music: "alluring place from my dream" by XODiE (http://soundcloud.com/xodie)

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