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THREE weeks ago a sodden and freezing Kumi Naidoo was clinging to the top of an oil rig 120 kilometres off the Greenland coast protesting against oil exploration in the Arctic Circle.
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With the mining industry signalling a multimillion dollar assault on Prime Minister Julia Gillard's planned carbon tax, the Greenpeace chief executive wants to strengthen Canberra's backbone on climate change.
''Last year, for the first time, more money was invested globally in renewable energy than in fossil fuels.''
''We consider Australia to be at an extremely critical juncture in terms of action or inaction,'' Mr Naidoo told the Herald.
Today, Mr Naidoo, 46, the chief of Greenpeace International, swaps his survival suit for a business suit, arriving in Sydney still suffering the after effects of the flu he contracted after braving the northern elements.
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Mr Naidoo said the US and Australia are more vulnerable to push back from fossil fuel producers because of the size of their resource industries.
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