When we caught up with Akshey Kalra, he filled us in on his current focus as Online Offline Campaigner at Greenpeace in India. Akshey is working on the online-offline strand of the biggest project in India — getting a moratorium on mining that nation’s biologically diverse forests. Basically, keep large-scale coal mining from destroying forests.
The Mob Squad is a rapidly growing community of staff at Greenpeace and among our allies dedicated to people-powered campaigning and the arts and sciences of supporter mobilisation. We’re profiling as many Mob Squaders as we can to learn more about their lives and work. Check out all the profiles. Ramy Barhouche is a people [...]
In case you haven’t seen it, there’s some nice evidence of the fusion of our offline and online work at Greenpeace during the Shell week of action. On July 16th, when we shut down 76 Shell stations across the UK (on live TV!) there was a massive spike in Twitter interest. Nine percent of the [...]
Quick update here on a major project, Innovations in Mobilisation, that we’ve been working on for the better part of this year in partnership with The Engage Network. The goal was to collect “bright spots” or positive trends and stories in Greenpeace’s global mobilisation efforts — and to surface innovations in mobilisation that will help Greenpeace and its [...]