Historic Greenpeace balloon flights include flights over the Berlin wall in 1983, over the US Nevada nuclear test site in 1987 and over the Taj Mahal during the nuclear testing protest in India in 1998.
Despite the ecological and economic importance of this stretch of ocean, the increasing threat of climate change, and the uncertainty involved in managing these fisheries, there are no areas protected from fishing along the entire shelf break.
Today, a Greenpeace team flew our airship with a banner reading “Koch Brothers: Dirty Money” over Rancho Mirage, California as oil billionaires David and Charles Koch convened their latest secret political strategy meeting at a resort...
Pilot Crispin Williams gives us a tour of Greenpeace's newest campaign tool - the thermal airship.
Greenpeace's airship flew over the Rancho Las Palmas resort Friday to send a message to the Koch Brothers and the arriving attendees of their secret strategy meeting - "Koch Brothers: Dirty Money"
How much dirty money are we...
The Greenpeace airship A.E. Bates flies near the Vermont Yankee Nuclear Power Station in Vernon, Vermont, with a banner reading "Shut Down Vermont Yankee."
Greenpeace's airship took to the skies in advance of the Koch Brothers Secret Strategy Meeting in Rancho Mirage, California.
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