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Greenpeace
by JASON ANFINSEN
Formed in 1971 in Vancouver, Canada
Amchitka Island off coast of Alaska
Protest underground nuclear testing
Intercepted by...
1983:
Parties to the London Dumping Convention call for a
moratorium on radioactive waste dumping at sea.
1982:
Whaling mo...
July 10, 1985
Rainbow Warrior heads to nuclear site in France
Two explosive devices rip through the ship
Flagship vessel o...
July 2013
6 female protesters arrested
Aggravated trespass
15-hour climb
11-weeks of training
The Shard in London
Britain'...
Largest Direct Action
Environmental Organization
In The World
Global Environmental Movement
40 Years of Inspiring Action
2...
MISSION, VISION, CORE VALUES
Personal responsibility
Nonviolence
Independence
No permanent friends or foes
Financial indep...
GOALS
Protect the Earth's resources
Save rain forests
Protect ancient forests
Stop global warming
No new nukes
Chemical se...
COLLECTIVE IDENTITIES
Activists
Ecologists
Students
Environmentalists
Green Crusaders
Global Support
TACTICS
Confrontational Disruptions
Peaceful Direct Action
Non-Violent Protests
Campaigns
Investigations
Lobbying
Creative...
GLOBAL CAMPAIGNS
GREENPEACE defends the natural world and promote peace
by investigating, exposing and confronting environmental abuse,
and...
References
Bond, Michael. (2001, November). A New Environment for Greenpeace. Retrieved from
http://www.foreignpolicy.com/...
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  1. 1. Greenpeace by JASON ANFINSEN
  2. 2. Formed in 1971 in Vancouver, Canada Amchitka Island off coast of Alaska Protest underground nuclear testing Intercepted by U.S. Coast Guard United States detonated bomb Refuge for 3,000 endangered animals Activists' voices were heard globally Nuclear testing ceased that year Island was declared a bird sanctuary
  3. 3. 1983: Parties to the London Dumping Convention call for a moratorium on radioactive waste dumping at sea. 1982: Whaling moratorium adopted by the International Whaling Commission. 1982: European Commission bans import of seal pup skins in response to public criticism triggered by Greenpeace actions in Canada. 1978: Grey seal slaughter halted at Orkney Islands, Scotland 1975: France ends atmospheric tests in the South Pacific
  4. 4. July 10, 1985 Rainbow Warrior heads to nuclear site in France Two explosive devices rip through the ship Flagship vessel of Greenpeace sinks French Agents Plead Guilty (arson, manslaughter) Photographer Fernando Pereira drowned
  5. 5. July 2013 6 female protesters arrested Aggravated trespass 15-hour climb 11-weeks of training The Shard in London Britain's Tallest Building Protesting oil drilling in arctic by Shell
  6. 6. Largest Direct Action Environmental Organization In The World Global Environmental Movement 40 Years of Inspiring Action 2.8 Million Supporters Presence in 44 countries 27 National and Regional Offices
  7. 7. MISSION, VISION, CORE VALUES Personal responsibility Nonviolence Independence No permanent friends or foes Financial independence Internationalism Bear witness Seek solutions Promote debate
  8. 8. GOALS Protect the Earth's resources Save rain forests Protect ancient forests Stop global warming No new nukes Chemical security Eliminate toxic chemicals Sustainable agriculture Defend natural world Promote peace Take action for change Powered by people
  9. 9. COLLECTIVE IDENTITIES Activists Ecologists Students Environmentalists Green Crusaders Global Support
  10. 10. TACTICS Confrontational Disruptions Peaceful Direct Action Non-Violent Protests Campaigns Investigations Lobbying Creative communication Provoke Action for Change Powered by people Not funded by corporations
  11. 11. GLOBAL CAMPAIGNS
  12. 12. GREENPEACE defends the natural world and promote peace by investigating, exposing and confronting environmental abuse, and championing environmentally responsible solutions
  13. 13. References Bond, Michael. (2001, November). A New Environment for Greenpeace. Retrieved from http://www.foreignpolicy.com/articles/2001/11/01/a_new_environment_for_greenpeace Greenpeace. (n.d.) Campaigns, What We Do, News. Retrieved from http://www.greenpeace.org Greenpeace International. (n.d.) Campaigns. Retrieved from http://www.greenpeace.org/international/en/ Greenpeace UK. (2013, July 11). Hell yeah, I'm scared, but I'm still scaling the Shard to save the Arctic. Retrieved from http://www.greenpeace.org.uk/blog/climate/hell-yeah-im-scared-im-still-scaling-shard-save-arctic-20130711 Greenpeace USA. (n.d.) What We Do, Photos/Video. Retrieced from http://www.greenpeace.org/usa/en/
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