Here She Comes!

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Greenpeace ship, Esperanza, arrives in Hong Kong this afternoon. She’ll be here for the entire week to teach us about defending our oceans. We are holding Esperanza Open Days on the 20th, 21st, and 23rd of October. As well as welcoming you on board the Esperanza.
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Greenpeace ship, Esperanza, arrives in Hong Kong this morning. She’ll be here for the entire week to teach us about defending our oceans.
We are holding Esperanza Open Days on the 20th, 21st, and 23rd of October. As well as welcoming you on board the Esperanza, we are also inviting you to:
• Visit an exhibition on the Marine Crisis
• Take a picture with special 3D drawing
• Choose from a selection of Esperanza Save Our Oceans Tour souvenirs and
local organic produce on sale
 
 
A fishy story
The Esperanza sailed under sunny skies in Taiwan, although she was being chased by a typhoon. She was there to spread the message about the dangers of commercial over-fishing on tuna stock. What do Taiwanese fishermen think about all this?
 
 
A breath of fresh air
We all know that China is the world’s biggest emitter of greenhouse gases but did you know that it is also a world leader in installed wind power!? We’ve done our homework on the outlook for the country’s wind power sector.
 
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