Activists from Greenpeace Spain climbed the Osborne Bull, an internationally known symbol of Spanish roads, to "protect" him from increasing CO2 emissions from cars.
Activists board one of the world's largest coal platforms at Botas Oil Terminal, stopping barges from importing coal to the Sugozu (Isken) coal fired power plant.
Greenpeace Quarterly August 2008 Why our foods, cosmetics and biofuels threaten orang-utans, Indonesia's forests and the world's climate
The second homeless polar bear by street artist Mark Jenkins sits on the sidewalk at Gallery Place/Chinatown in Washington, D.C., Sept. 11, 2008. The bear was part of a series of life-sized installations deployed around the city to call attention...
Greenpeace activists painting "Quit Coal" on cargo ship "Cape Heron" before being arrested by police at the launch of a four months mediterranean and european "quit coal" ship tour.
15 Greenpeace climbers protesting on the construction site of the coal power plant Moorburg build by Vattenfall. Activists paint " Stop CO2" on a part of the shell. Greenpeace demanding to stop the construction of the plant immediately.
Israeli Marine forces board the SV Rainbow Warrior at the military restricted area near the coal plant in Ashkelon, Israel. 14 Greenpeace activists were later arrested and taken into custody after protesting against the Rotenberg coal power plant...
Clean graffiti on the way to the EU parliment in Brussels.
Illegal loggers cut a fallen Iron Wood tree (Intsia palembanica) also known as "Merbau", near the 22000ha palm oil plantation of the Sinarmas Group.
Greenpeace activists paint 'Forest Destruction, Climate Crime, Moratorium Now' on barges holding illegally felled trees in Paia port, Gulf Province, Papua New Guinea, Thursday 4th September 2008.
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