Archived material for the Greenpeace climate campaign
BNFL ship Pacific Pintail arrived this morning to port with its cargo of rejected plutonium fuel at the end of its voyage from Takahama, Japan.
Confidential report from Deutsche Bank to Exxon warns that "While the company insists that it has suffered no fiscal impact fromthe [Greenpeace-led] boycott, being handed a reputation as environmental enemy number onefor such a big customer-facing...
When the Pacific Pintail left the open sea and headed through the Walney channel this morning the ship was met by five members of the Nuclear Free Irish Sea Flotilla who had been lying in wait. The flotilla boats obeyed all maritime safety...
The Nuclear Free Irish Sea Flotilla peacefully protesting against BNFL shipment of plutonium.
The trade in toxic waste is outlawed in many countries. However this trade still continues away from the public gaze or under another name. We teamed up with internet activists to expose a common form of toxic waste trade.
The Pacific Pintail 200 miles south of Cork (Ireland).
The nuclear free Irish sea flotilla, (made up of yachts and vessels from England , Wales and Ireland), supported by the Greenpeace ship SV Rainbow Warrior.
Jim Corr of Irish pop group the Corrs, takes the helm of a Greenpeace inflatable whilst lending his support to the nuclear-free seas flotilla.
The Rainbow Warrior, accompanied by the nuclear-free seas flotilla, depart Dublin, Ireland.
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