A Look Inside the West Coast Warehouse Where Greenpeace Keeps its “Protest Props”
by Jay Ferrari
December 7, 2011
What’s hidden somewhere in a nondescript, industrial section of San Francisco? A dizzying variety of eye-catching vehicles, arresting accessories and stacks of stuff designed to facilitate creative communication.
LA Times reporter Maria L. La Ganga took some time to wander through our fifty-square-foot warehouse, loaded to the gills with Greenpeace goods.
She picked her way over ” . . . cases of humpback whale costumes and a forest-green ambulance marked ‘Climate Emergency Response.’ Inflatable boats and a two-man airship. Handcuffs, 70 purple umbrellas and a climbing wall where protesters train before rappelling down the headquarters of corporate America.”