Why we opposed war on Iraq
The N.Z boat Tiama,with Henk Haazen, which forms part of the Nuclear Free Flotilla, seen here, midway between Lord Howe and Norfolk Island,where the Flotilla hopes to intercept the Pacific Pintail.
Security from the Phillipine's biggest coal fired power station, Sual, fire a warning shot to activists from the Greenpeace ship, MV Arctic Sunrise.
Greenpeace and Nuclear Free Seas Flotilla between Lord Howe and Norfolk Islands in the Tasman Sea wait for the two armed nuclear freighters The Pacific Pintail and Pacific Teal to deliver their protest message.
Eleven small boats aim to show that the people of the Pacific do not want dangerous nuclear transports putting the whole Pacific at risk
While peaceful protesters highlighted a vision of clean, green energy for the Philippines a security guard fired a warning shot in the air over the heads of activists. The protest was against the biggest coal-fired power station in the Philippines.
For almost a week eleven small yachts have been heading across the Pacific to demonstrate the huge public opposition to the shipment of highly dangerous nuclear cargo that is being transported across the Pacific en route from Japan to the UK. Now...
During a period of calm weather and sushine the crews maintain high sprirts while awaiting the arrival of the nuclear shipment.
The flotilla consists of crew of all ages. Three year old JJ in onboard with his dad Inigo "The world's nuclear industry is running like a car without brakes. It makes me scared for my children that this madness goes on unchecked and our kids...
The flotilla includes protesters of all ages and from all walks of life. Ian Cohen is a green politician from Australia. "It is an honour to join the 50 people from other nations who are participating in the Nuclear Free Flotilla at their own...
This French yacht and family are determined to show their oppostion to the shipment.
12441 - 12450 of 13740 results.