All of the 26 foreign members of the 'Arctic 30' have now left Russia and returned to their home countries.
The Arctic 30, 28 Arctic Sunrise crew members and 2 freelance journalists, were detained on September 19th by Russian Security forces following a peaceful protest against the Russian oil company Gazproms' plan to start the world's first offshore oil production in the Arctic.
Paul Ruzycki is greeted by friends and family as he arrives In Toronto, Canada.
© Andrew Norton / Greenpeace
TransCanada sets up its off-shore drilling platform in Cacouna, QC and Greepeace Activist make their presence known.
2014.09.10 Nicolas Falcimaigne / Greenpeace Canada
Greenpeace creates a protest scene with LEGO figures in front of at Parliament Hill, home to Canada's Federal Government in Ottawa. Greenpeace is urging Lego to cut ties with Shell and help 'Save the Arctic." For the last few years Shell has been...
For the fifth year, First Nations peoples, tar sands community members and environmental advocates will come together for a 20km walk through the tar sands. The walk is a chance to see tar sands destruction first hand, but more importantly to...
Greenpeace volunteers baked a special cake and handed out slices to passers-by to celebrate World Environment Day in front of the Prime Minister's Office and Parliament Hill, in Ottawa, Canada on June 5, 2014. They also hand delivered a petition...
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