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The Argus

Page | October 6, 2010 at 16:38

The Argus is Greenpeace's smallest motor-ship. It mostly works in the Rotterdam (the Netherlands) harbour or along the North sea coast.

Our Inflatables

Page | October 6, 2010 at 16:40

They might not be our biggest boats but they are often our most effective tools at sea - our inflatable boats. For getting between a whaling harpoon and whales, stopping toxic waste dumping at sea and confronting illegal fishing boats they have...

The Greenpeace Balloon

Page | October 6, 2010 at 16:43

The Greenpeace balloon can carry three people - a pilot and two passengers, such as a campaigner and photographer or parachutist. Three more people are needed to form the ground crew.

Amended liability bill leaves much to be desired

Press release | August 25, 2010 at 15:28

On the day when the Civil Liability for Nuclear Damage Bill was tabled in the Lok Sabha, Greenpeace activists climbed lamp posts in the high security area in front of Parliament with banners reading “People Before Profit”. The protest was carried...

Greenpeace to Coal Minister: Stop destroying forests for coal

Press release | November 30, 2011 at 13:29

New Delhi, November 30, 2011: Greenpeace activists dressed as tigers today blocked the gates of Shastri Bhawan, which houses the Ministry of Coal, demanding that forests in Central India be saved from coal mining. 20 life size tigers were...

Greenpeace activists gather outside the Airtel headquarters in Gurgaon to deliver the...

Press release | June 1, 2011 at 12:17

Gurgaon/New Delhi, June 1st, 2011- Greenpeace activists today gathered outside Bharti Airtel’s headquarters in Gurgaon, following the telecom leader’s failure to respond substantively to specific questions pertaining to reduction in its carbon...

Campaign to save forests reaches the coal ministry's doorstep

Feature story | December 5, 2011 at 12:19

Anticipating high security and only a few minutes outside Shastri Bhawan, Greenpeace India activists successfully blocked the main gate of the Ministry of Coal office by placing 18 life size tigers chained to the gates. Three tiger mascots, 2...

Greenpeace activists board a coal ship off the Great Barrier Reef

Video | April 24, 2013 at 10:39

This morning six volunteers boarded a bulk carrier filled with thermal coal, leaving Australia bound for Asia. We did this because Australia's coal exports are the nation’s greatest contribution to climate change and plans are underway to roughly...

No to GM, yes to food security

Image | February 20, 2013 at 15:39

Greenpeace urges the Minister of Environment, Jayanthi Natarajan, who is the decision maker on the environmental release of GMOs to intervene so that the MoA does not mislead the debate of food security.

Live blog: what do you want us to do? Stop climate change, ofcourse!

Blog entry by Arpana Udupa | April 24, 2013

Five hours later, the situation remains the same. The ship continues to move forward and we continue to follow it. The activists on board are safe and sound, and we are continuously checking on them, waving from the safety rhib (rigid...

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