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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.

Arctic Sunrise

Page | October 6, 2010 at 16:23

Greenpeace’s icebreaker has a colourful history; before we chartered the Arctic Sunrise it was used as a sealing vessel, and activists had once confronted the ship while it was delivering equipment for the French government to build an airstrip...

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...

Sea, dolphins and the Esperanza

Blog entry by Amrit Bakshi | March 22, 2013

Water has always been an element I have been in awe of. In the first 18 years of my life, I saw the sea only once. And fate, having that profound sense of irony that it has. Eventually placed me on a little boat on the Rainbow...

Good cop and bad cop

Blog entry by Amrit Bakshi | March 27, 2013

The African queen: Laden with Greenpeace activists. After a highly successful boat training near the waters of Sri Lanka. It was time for training Part II to commence. Campaign training.  So on the fateful day, campaigners from...

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