This page is intended primarily for policy makers, journalists and others who attend or report on international meetings about climate change. Hopefully though, it is also useful to anyone who wants better understanding of what goes on at these meetings, and what is at stake from their results.
For each meeting you will find Greenpeace position statements and other relevant documents, and oftenfirst hand accounts from our delegations. Please note that most of these are archived web page, and so may be out of date.
Sorry, documents from earlier conferences are not in our online archive. Perhaps try the WaybackMachine.
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Crew of Rainbow Warrior on their way to Iceland in 1978
The Qori Kalis Glacier is the largest ice outlet from the Quelccaya Ice Cap which tops the Cordillera Vilcanota in southeast corner of Peru. They are the Sacred Mountains of Inca civilisation. The ice cap itself has shrunk by at least 20 percent...
Crewmember Pete Bouquet paints the Rainbow Warrior, 1978
Paul Watson and Bob Hunter (right) block the sealing ship Arctic Endeavour.
Bob Hunter aboard the Phyllis Cormack in the North Pacific in a campaign against whaling.(1975/76)
Greenpeace vessel Vega boarded by French commandos in Moruroa nuclear test zone. Skipper David McTaggart was hospitalised from his beating by commandos and almost lost the sight in one eye.
Bob Hunter, official chronicler on-board The Greenpeace. This is a photographic record by Robert Keziere of the very first Greenpeace voyage, which departed Vancouver on the 15th September 1971. The aim of the trip was to halt nuclear tests in...
Ben Metcalfe, Jim Bohlen and Dick Fineberg. On the first voyage to Amchitka 1971.
Robert (Bob) Hunter files a report from the Phyllis Cormack in 1971.
Dave Birmingham raises Greenpeace sail on Phyllis Cormack.
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