The story Greenpeace tells, and has always told, is that a better world is possible, and brave individual and collective actions can make it a reality. Our every campaign and every action can be boiled down to this idea, the moral of our organizational story:

 

A billion acts of courage can spark a better tomorrow.

 

But no matter how compelling a story we tell the world, it will be hollow and ultimately unconvincing unless we live its values. We seek to embody our collective story of hope, courage and global interconnectedness, and invite others to co-create our story with us. The Story Team has built this online home towards this vision.

 

Many story lovers at Greenpeace have contributed their vision to this project. They’ve considered what storytelling at Greenpeace might look like, and how Greenpeace can put courage, connection and hope at the core of our work. They helped to birth the Seven Shifts, a set of directions to orient us as we try to live the moral of our organisational story. Together, we strive to be the organization the world needs, a community that can help realize the change we know is possible.

Story Team

Tsering Lama

Tsering Lama

Storytelling Advisor, Greenpeace International

Yewande Omotoso

Yewande Omotoso

Storytelling Advisor, Greenpeace International

Amrekha Sharma

Amrekha Sharma

Storytelling Advisor, Greenpeace International (On Leave)

Mike Townsley

Mike Townsley

Head of Story and Communications, Greenpeace
International

Project Team

Evelin Bundur

Evelin Bundur

Illustrator

Travis Mushett

Travis Mushett

Writer, Ph.D.

Chand Nirankari

Chand Nirankari

Project Coordinator


Project Advisors

Maia Booker

Maia Booker

Multimedia Editor, Time Magazine

Diego Gonzaga

Diego Gonzaga

Content Editor, Greenpeace International

Chiara Milford

Chiara Milford

Content Editor, Greenpeace International

Madalina Preda

Madalina Preda

Managing Editor for Environment, Patagonia

Rafael Silva

Rafael Silva

Digital Comms Analyst, Greenpeace Brazil