Mike - Greenpeace nuclear campaigner.
Rianne - Greenpeace nuclear expert.
Sarah - Greenpeace media officer.
Phillip - Photo journalist
William, nuclear expert with Greenpeace.
Greenpeace activists mark a highly radioactive site outside a school with warnings in Arabic. The site registed 3000 times higher than background.
Girl standing outside the Al-Majidat school for girls next to the Tuwaitha nuclear facility. Greenpeace found levels of radioactivity up to 3000 times higher than background levels at the school.
Greenpeace radiation expert takes measurments outside the Al-Majidat school for girls (900 pupils) next to the Al-Tuwaitha nuclear facility.
When the tiny pacific nation of Palau ratified the UN Cartagena Protocol on Biosafety last Friday, the way was cleared for the world's first legally binding agreement that reaffirms the sovereign right of countries to reject imports of...
In a great move forward for oceans in crisis, conservation-minded countries tipped the balance in favor of whales, dolphins, and porpoises at the International Whaling Commission (IWC) meeting yesterday. They passed a resolution called the...
Students in Iraq, whose school was made radioactive by waste from the Tuwaitha nuclear research facility.
In an inspiring move the 55th meeting of the International Whaling Commission (IWC) in Berlin today passed a resolution that makes conservation central to the work of the IWC and will help protect the World’s whales, dolphins and porpoises.
Wolverine high in a tree.
Greenpeace activists scale Berlin’s 365m Television Tower, the Fernsehturm in Alexanderplatz and suspend a large inflatable whale from the tower’s point with banner reading IWC ACT NOW.
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