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Mister Splashy Pants to the Rescue

Free the Tokyo Two! The world's favourite humpback whale is amazed that his friends have been arrested, and is doing something to help. How about you?

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Duke Anti-Nuke

Evil publicity agents are spreading lies about nuclear power and nuclear weapons. Help Duke convert missile silos and nuclear power plants into weapons-free-zones and safe, clean, renewable energy.

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Eco-quest: the game in which you save endangered species from extinction.

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Your two whale friends each have a special power in this epic struggle to en-bubble submarines and push them out of your ocean world.

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iLove my Apple - I just wish it came in green

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Iceberg in the Southern Ocean

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Rainbow Warrior with white sails

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Nakajima Tetsuen, anti-nuclear activist

Image | 12 June, 2002 at 1:00

Nakajima Tetsuen, anti-nuclear activist

Greenpeace activists and local workers during

Image | 12 June, 2002 at 1:00

Greenpeace activists and local workers during the occupation of a log barge at Umunda Island.

Greenpeace activists jailed

Feature story | 12 June, 2002 at 0:00

Two Greenpeace activists have been held in isolation in police cells for eight days in Sweden. They were arrested for taking part in a peaceful protest against an oil dumping vessel and have been detained on suspicion of aggravated trespass.

Security means investing in environment

Feature story | 11 June, 2002 at 0:00

As G8 foreign ministers were set to discuss schemes to counter nuclear and other security threats, Greenpeace called on them to invest in true security rather than squander billions of dollars on destabilizing the planet.

Report: gains for GE-free Brazil

Feature story | 10 June, 2002 at 0:00

Brazil has a golden opportunity to take advantage of its status as a top world soya producer that does not permit genetically engineered (GE) crops, says a new Greenpeace report.

Summit on world hunger

Feature story | 10 June, 2002 at 0:00

In 1996, world governments committed to halving hunger. Now they're being called to account for lack of progress toward this goal.

Kristina Petersen

Image | 9 June, 2002 at 1:00

Kristina Petersen, one of two activists jailed for 9 days without charges in Sweden, for peaceful protest against Baltic oil dump.

Greenpeace banner on Ponte Castel Sant'Angelo

Image | 9 June, 2002 at 1:00

Greenpeace banner on Ponte Castel Sant'Angelo to protest against Genetic Engineering at the World Food Summit in Rome.

Record harvest - record hunger: Starving in GE Argentina

Publication | 9 June, 2002 at 0:00

This report focuses on the Argentinean experience. Despite promises from the GE industry that GE crops will help fed the world, events in Argentina illustrate the opposite is true.

Argentina shows GE not hunger solution

Feature story | 9 June, 2002 at 0:00

As governments tackle the problem of hunger at the UN World Food Summit, Greenpeace released a report showing how genetically engineered (GE) crops increase poverty, while failing to address hunger.

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