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View from the Ship

Feature story | October 27, 2003 at 18:00

How does it feel to be on a Greenpeace ship miles off the coast, unable to dock, with helicopters buzzing overhead and Coast Guard boats circling? Find out from the crew members on board.

Port of Miami Refuses Greenpeace Dock Space

Feature story | October 31, 2003 at 18:00

The Esperanza left anchorage in Miami and is now on her way to dry dock in Greece. The Coast Guard sent a cutter out to made sure we were going in the right direction... Find out about our time in Miami.

Groups Demand Ashcroft Drop Greenpeace "Sailor-Mongering" Case, Support Americans'...

Feature story | December 10, 2003 at 18:00

Leaders from NAACP, American Friends Service Ctte., People For the American Way Join Greenpeace in Support of First Amendment Right to Dissent

Our Role in Stopping the Illegal Brazilian Mahogany Trade

Feature story | October 14, 2003 at 18:00

In October 2001, Paulo Adario, Greenpeace's Amazon Forest Coordinator, began receiving death threats. These threats were so serious that Brazilian authorities decided to provide him with around the clock protection. What led to this extraordinary...

Arrests in Amazon Expose Corruption and Illegal Logging

Media release | June 1, 2005 at 18:00

In the largest enforcement operation of its kind, Brazilian federal police arrested 89 people today – including corrupt agents of the Brazilian environmental agency known as IBAMA, and loggers. The arrests have effectively dismantled a gang...

Illegal timber from the Brazilian Amazon sold all over the world

Blog by Daniel Brindis | May 15, 2014

Amazon timber is all over the U.S. You can find it in hardwood flooring at national retailers like Lumber Liquidators and in walkways at landmarks like Atlantic City, Miami Beach, and the Brooklyn Bridge. Much of this wood comes from Pará State,...

Double Whammy for Amazon Rainforest

Media release | October 20, 2005 at 18:00

On the heels of news that the Brazilian Amazon is experiencing its worst drought in 40 years and today’s study showing that the rainforest is disappearing twice as fast as previously thought, Greenpeace warned that Americans are a major culprit...

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