At the top of the crane on a timber ship

Photo | 6 July, 2010

Greenpeace activist, Josevi, after spending night at top of the crane of the Meltemi, 2002. On the ship's decks, you can see the 'blood timber' from Liberia, which was used as a means of arming Charles Taylor's war on the people of Liberia. Greenpeace was campaigning to end the illegal logging of ancient forests.


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