Work for peace and disarmament

Last edited 28 April 2014 at 1:36pm

40 years ago the international community got together and agreed to work towards eliminating nuclear weapons. But these terrifying weapons of mass destruction are still with us. Greenpeace believes that it’s time for the nine nuclear countries - including Britain - to start serious negotiations to reduce and eventually eliminate their nuclear arsenals, and focus instead on the real challenge facing the world - building a safer, greener future for us all.

Campaign updates

The Trident tour finishes

Part of the Trident: we don't buy it tour blog Sunrise over The Sunrise© Greenpeace/Sumner Blimey. I’m not sure how time has slipped past so fast but,...
Posted by bex - 16 March, 2007 - 11:27 -

The Trident vote is over but this is just the beginning...

Part of the Trident: we don't buy it tour blog © Greenpeace/Davison I wake up, my first decent lie-in since Christmas, and realise it's the 15th of...
Posted by simon - 15 March, 2007 - 16:41 -

Two days at Westminster

Part of the Trident: we don't buy it tour blog © Greenpeace/Vickers Occasionally I wandered over to the bridge to see how the climbers were doing up the...
Posted by lisa - 15 March, 2007 - 12:41

Tony wears his heart on his sleeve, and it looks like he'll get his WMD

Part of the Trident: we don't buy it tour blog It's been a long day, so excuse the lame rhyme (above), I just couldn't stop myself. It's not...
Posted by tracy - 14 March, 2007 - 20:52

Last minute lobby

Part of the Trident: we don't buy it tour blog The government will be voting to build a new nuclear bomb today. Our climbers spent a cold night up the...
Posted by tracy - 14 March, 2007 - 19:13

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