Warriors

Warriors of the Rainbow

Who started Greenpeace? How did they come to the decision to confront nuclear testing off the coast of Alaska in a bedraggled boat? How did they make decisions? What did they eat?

In 1971 a small group of scruffy, broke yet passionate pioneers set out to the unknown, unaware of the legacy they would leave and the movement they would create.

‘Warriors of the Rainbow’ is a book written by one of the most renowned founders of Greenpeace, Robert Hunter. Born in Winnipeg, Manitoba in 194, Bob was a formidable warrior, storyteller, visionary and activist.

He faced the world’s largest military force while opposing nuclear weapons testing on Greenpeace’s maiden voyage, dyed the white fur of Harp Seal pups to make them commercially worthless and stood between Russian harpoons and whales in the Pacific Ocean. In so doing, Hunter inspired a ‘new brand of personal environmental activism’.

In celebration of Greenpeace’s 40th anniversary, the book has been re-released since becoming a best seller in 1979. The latest edition contains a chapter devoted to Australia, a foreword by Kumi Naidoo (Executive Director, Greenpeace International)  plus a previously unpublished author’s note discovered after Hunter’s death in 2005.

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