All of us here at Greenpeace want to wish you a very happy and healthy Year of the Dragon. Thank You for all your support this year. We hope you enjoy this video and have a wonderful holiday.
Greenpeace may have turned 40 but we're most definitely still young at heart.
This fragile earth needs a voice. It needs solutions. It needs change. It needs action. It needs you.
Crizel Valencia was born on Clark Air Base, in the Philippines, and was diagnosed with leukemia when she was five, in 1999. She was part of a "cancer cluster" in the area of the abandoned U.S. military bases where she was born and lived. Her...
In August 2006, during a campaign to highlight the overfishing of tuna in the Mediterranean, the Rainbow Warrior was headed for the port of Marseille in France, where the onboard campaign team planned to hold workshops on marine reserves. On...
It was 1995, just ten years after French secret agents sunk Greenpeace's first Rainbow Warrior. Greenpeace activists set off on the Rainbow Warrior to disrupt the French nuclear tests, this time under Jacques Chirac.
Putting your body in the...
Get a tour of the largest Greenpeace ship sailing our ocean: the Esperanza. She is currently off the coast of Greenland, confronting reckless oil exploration.
Pete Willcox was the captain of the Rainbow Warrior in 1985, when she was bombed and sunk by French secret agents. Here he speaks about that unforgettable night.
Greenpeace is building an amazing new ship, the Rainbow Warrior III. The Rainbow Warrior II has been a wonderful ship, with a proud record of effecting environmental change, but even great warriors need to retire.
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