Archived material for the Greenpeace climate campaign
We closed 119 Esso garages around the UK and blocked the entrance to the Esso HQ in Leatherhead in response to Esso's on-going campaign to keep the US hooked on oil, fuelling war and causing global warming.
100 Greenpeace volunteers peacefully block the entrance and display a banner on the roof of the Esso company's huge UK headquarters in Surrey.
A Greenpeace activist, masquerading as a war victim is arrested by Turkish police as she stages a die-in at the front gate of the Turkish Grand National Assembly.
Tiger suited activist makes a point.
One of the hundred Esso stations closed across the UK today
A fire recently broke out at a gas storage facility owned and managed by the largest oil company in the world, ExxonMobil. A thorough search of Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) data, in conjunction with the Working Group on Community...
Fire at ExxonMobil's Staten Island storage facility.
Rotterdam harbour was the latest scene of opposition to the military build-up in the Gulf. Activists in canoes and inflatables attempted to prevent a cargo ship loaded with US military equipment, from leaving port. Read a first hand account from...
Plutonium transport in France
Greenpeace activists blocked a truck carrying 150 kg of weapons-usable plutonium and chained themselves to it to publicly and peacefully denounce the threat of nuclear weapons proliferation.
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