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Rainbow Warrior Tour kicks off in Seattle with Bering Sea Campaign!

Blog by Sara Green | November 1, 2013

The city of Seattle welcomed the Rainbow Warrior with open arms last week as it started its 2013 US west coast tour. Despite the cloudy Seattle skies, spirits were high among the general public over the weekend of open boat … Continue reading →

Grand-Canyon-Sized Hope for a Sustainable Bering Sea

Blog by Jackie Dragon | May 24, 2013

National geographic Explorer-In Residence and Mission Blue founder Dr. Sylvia Earle teamed up with Greenpeace this week for an inspiring event at the Seattle Aquarium to officially announce the 19th Hope Spot, urging protection for the miraculous...

Seattle, Shatner & Saving the Bering Sea

Blog by Jackie Dragon | February 7, 2014

There’s a big meeting going on in Seattle right now, that can decide whether or not to protect the home of humpback whales, octopus, puffins, seals and tons of other amazing sea life in the Bering Sea. These waters are so special that even...

Submarine research in the world's largest underwater canyons

Video | July 19, 2012 at 15:54

Greenpeace is researching the world's largest underwater canyons at the bottom of the Bering Sea using a Waitt Institute submarine. The Pribiloff and Zhemchug canyons are known as the "Grand Canyons of the Sea," yet little is known about the...

Greenpeace calls for Bering Sea protection with thermal airship

Blog by Travis Nichols | May 21, 2013

Greenpeace will fly its thermal airship over the Seattle area all week with a 75 foot whale-themed banner urging Washington residents to help protect the “Grand Canyons of the Sea.” Watch news coverage of the airship’s flight, and hear from...

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