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Rainbow Warrior in the Brazilian port city of Belem

Blog entry by James Turner | May 9, 2012 4 comments

The Rainbow Warrior is moored in the port city of Belem, here at the mouth of the Amazon river in Brazil. It’s a historic city, over 400 years old, which was established in colonial times and has become a thriving trade center ever...

Giant fish and small meetings

Blog entry by James Turner | May 10, 2012 1 comment

It’s been a week since we arrived in Belem and during that time I’ve learned more about river fish than I would have during a lifetime back in San Francisco. Well, perhaps that’s a bit hard on the Californian fish scene, but you get...

Is nuclear power our flexible friend?

Blog entry by Justin | March 11, 2010

So, without a doubt, nuclear power fails the safety , economic and reliability tests. Is it, however, flexible? Not so much. Over the last year it became much more clear that the problem with nuclear (and coal) power stations is...

Save the Planet: NOW stops in Belém

Blog entry by Jess | January 27, 2009

The Arctic Sunrise arrived in Belém, Brazil as part of the Save the Planet: NOW about a week ago. Our first open boat was a success despite the heavy rain during some parts of Sunday: more than 2,500 supporters visited the ship during...

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