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Orang-utans swing into action to stop Dove destroying rainforests for palm oil
Flashmob at Heathrow's Terminal 5
King coal at Kingsnorth
Trident: We Don't Buy It
Weapons inspectors are shut out of Aldermaston
All the fun of the Square with iCount
Closing Didcot power station
Ban illegal timber at Admiralty Arch

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Climate campaigners shut down one of UK's biggest power stations

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Volunteers on top of the coal conveyor

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View from the roof at didcot power station

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Blake Lee-Harward, Greenpeace campaigns director, explains what we are doing here

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On Wednesday 12 July, we occupied Admiralty Arch where illegal timber is currently being used as part of refurbishments. The plywood used as hoardings comes from the rainforests of Papua New Guinea where illegal logging is rampant.

We're demanding that Tony Blair bans imports of illegal timber which is destroying the world's remaining ancient forests.

See what happened during the day in pictures and video, and get involved by sending a fax to Tony Blair, telling him you want a ban on illegal timber as well.