If we want healthy, living oceans tomorrow, we urgently need to protect the world’s oceans today – and the unregulated plunder of the Indian Ocean demands our urgent attention. Greenpeace is visiting the region to listen to communities and small-scale fishers, empowering them to defend their oceans.


 

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Activism is not a crime

Image | September 6, 2010 at 16:45

Greenpeace activist holds a banner reading "Activism is not a crime" during a vigil outside the Japanese Embassy in Pretoria, after the news that the Tokyo Two were given one year sentences, suspended for three years, after they exposed...

Handing over the letter

Image | September 6, 2010 at 16:28

Greenpeace activist Rianne Teule hands over a letter to Yoshimi Yanai, Second Secretary at the Japanese Embassy, outside the Japanese Embassy in Pretoria. Activists in South Africa held a vigil outside the Embassy following the sentence imposed...

The vigil

Image | September 6, 2010 at 16:26

Greenpeace activists hold pictures of Junichi Sato (right) and Toru Suzuki outside the Japanese Embassy in Pretoria. Activists in South Africa held a vigil outside the Embassy following the sentence imposed on the The Tokyo Two, who exposed...

The Japanese Embassy in Pretoria

Image | September 6, 2010 at 15:54

Greenpeace activist Rianne Teule hands over a letter to Yoshimi Yanai, Second Secretary at the Japanese Embassy, outside the Japanese Embassy in Pretoria. Activists in South Africa held a vigil outside the Embassy following the sentence imposed...

Whale heroes face jail

Feature story | July 16, 2010 at 11:11

Two years ago, Junichi Sato and Toru Suzuki, two Japanese Greenpeace activists conducted a public interest investigation into corruption in the Japanese whaling industry. The two activists (now known as the 'Tokyo Two') exposed the corruption and...

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