GREENPEACE DEMO
00:00:00:00 - [Greenpeace demonstrators, dressed in white biohazard suits, dump Starlink brand corn in the street near the offices of EPA administrator Christie Todd Whitman. Greenpeace is protesting ...
France Greenpeace Climate
Greenpeace protests Macron's policy on climate action
GREENPEACE ACTIVISTS (1991)
THE ENVIRONMENTAL GROUP GREENPEACE IS TAKING ON THE OIL INDUSTRY IN ALASKA. GREENPEACE SAYS OIL REFINERIES ARE CAUSING DANGEROUSLY HIGH LEVELS OF AIR AND WATER POLLUTION...AND GOVERNMENT REGULATORS ARE DOING LITTLE TO STOP IT. THIS WEEK THE GREENPEACE FLAGSHIP "THE RAINBOW WARRIOR" ANCHORED OFF A UNOCAL OIL REFINERY...HANGING A BANNER FROM THE LOADING DOCK. GREENPEACE IS PROTESTING THE DUMPING OF TOXIC CHEMICALS INTO THE WATER. AND SAYS THE TOXINS ARE LIKE A 30 YEAR LONG TOXIC SPILL. GREENPEACE PROTESTERS ARRIVED IN ALASKA WATERS EARLIER LAST MONTH AND ARE SCHEDULED TO LEAVE NEXT MONTH.
Tasmania Protest - Greenpeace says it temporarily halted woodchip exports
TAPE: EF04/0207 IN_TIME: 10:26:23:22 DURATION: 59:09 SOURCES: Greenpeace RESTRICTIONS: No re-use/re-sale without clearance DATELINE: Triabunna port - 15 Feb 2004 SHOTLIST: Nightshots 1. Pan over crane 2. Various Greenpeace protesters climbing on board loading gantry 3. Protesters on board Dayshots 4. Wide shot Greenpeace protest banner hanging off crane 5. Greenpeace protester unfurling banner 6. Various protesters on Greenpeace zodiac (dinghy) STORYLINE: Greenpeace activists staged a demonstration at Triabunna port on Sunday, in an attempt to halt the export of woodchips from Tasmanian forests to Japanese paper companies. Protesters climbed on board the port''s loading gantry and hung banners calling for the protection of the Australian state''s ancient woodland. According to the organisation''s website, a group of seven activists temporarily halted the woodchip exports to companies Oji Paper, Nippon Paper and Mitsubishi paper. Tasmania exports more woodchips from native forests than all other Australian states combined, the website said. According to Greenpeace, there are less than 20 percent of the state''s original giant Eucalyptus regnans trees left in Tasmania. Half of the remaining trees are under threat from logging, the environmental organisation said.
Focus: [issue of May 30, 2022]
GREENPEACE TRIDENT pROTEST (1989)
THE ENVIRONMENTAL GROUP GREENPEACE IS ACCUSING THE US NAVY OF RAMMING ONE OF ITS SHIPS IN INTERNATIONAL WATERS. GREENPEACE SAYS ITS SHIP WAS CONDUCTING A NON VIOLENT PROTEST OF A TEST OF THE TRIDENT TWO MISSILE SYSTEM.
GREENPEACE DEMO
00:00:00:00 [Members of environmental group Greenpeace demonstrate next to Japanese Embassy to protest shipment Japanese shipment of nuclear fuel to France so France can process it into plutonium ...
Portugal Greenpeace Protest
Portugal Greenpeace Protest
UK Greenpeace - Anti Esso/Exxon protest by environmental group
TAPE: EF03/0172 IN_TIME: 11:50:05 DURATION: 2:14 SOURCES: GREENPEACE RESTRICTIONS: No re-use/re-sale without clearance DATELINE: London/ Leatherhead, 24 Feb 2003 SHOTLIST: London 1. Greenpeace activist in tiger suit running into Esso station 2. Greenpeace activists shutting down pumps 3. Greenpeace activists locking pumps and winding tape around them 4. Man in car handed Greenpeace leaflet 5. Greenpeace activist in tiger suit wrapping tape around pump 6. Greenpeace activists tied to pumps 7. Policeman talking into radio 8. Wide of garage with police cars 9. Close up blue flashing light of police car Exxon headquarters, Leatherhead 10. Pull out from Exxon HQ sign 11. Security guard 12. Greenpeace sign accusing George Bush 13. Greenpeace activists with signs 14. Greenpeace activists being escorted from Exxon premises 15. Pull out from Exxon headquarters 16. Exxon employees being told by police to return home 17. Security sign telling Exxon employees not to turn up for work 18. Greenpeace activists on roof STORYLINE: Supporters of environmental group Greenpeace blockaded the British headquarters of gas company Esso and some of its gas stations on Monday to protest what they claimed was the company's support for a possible U.S.-led war on Iraq. Up to 1,000 staff at the company's headquarters at Leatherhead, south of London, were sent home for their own safety, a company spokesman said. Greenpeace said more than 300 activists closed over 100 gas stations in England and Wales, but there was no independent verification of this figure. The Esso spokesman said that by 9 a.m. (0900 GMT), protesters had visited some 50 of its 1,300 gas stations in Britain. Greenpeace accuses Esso and its parent company, the Texas-based Exxon Mobil Corp., of supporting the war and committing crimes against the environment. "The action comes in response to Esso's ongoing campaign to keep the U.S. hooked on oil, fueling war and causing global warming," said spokesman Ben Stewart. The Esso spokesman said protesters "have every right to express their views but it is ludicrous to suggest that Exxon Mobil is in any way encouraging a potential war in Iraq. Protesters, some dressed as Esso's tiger mascot, shut down power to some Esso petrol pumps and locked delivery nozzles together to prevent them being used. Greenpeace said some 30 activists had been arrested.
SJT COP26 REVIEW
19 20 Edition Alpes: [11 December 2019 issue]
GREENPEACE / PHOENIX ARIZONA TOXIC DUMP PROTEST
THE ENVIRONMENTAL ORGANIZATION GREENPEACE IS CALLING ON ARIZONA OFFICIALS TO HALT CONSTRUCTION OF A TOXIC WASTE DUMP SOUTHWEST OF PHOENIX. GREENPEACE OFFICIALS SAY THE PLANNED FACILITY WOULD “MAKE ARIZONA THE TOXIC WASTE DUMPING GROUND FOR MUCH OF THE NATION.”
Greenpeace Protest - US military ship headed to Gulf confronted by protesters
TAPE: EF03/0160 IN_TIME: 00:37:45 DURATION: 2:07 SOURCES: Greenpeace RESTRICTIONS: No re-use/re-sale without clearance DATELINE: Rotterdam - 20 Feb 2003 SHOTLIST: 1. Greenpeace inflatable with NO WAR banner driving fast 2. Wide shot of two Greenpeace inflatables dinghies 3. Greenpeace inflatable drives past MVAS Progress with NO WAR banner followed by police 4. Greenpeace inflatables with rope attached to NDS Progress mooring line. 5. Front of police boat at side of Greenpeace inflatable 6. Greenpeace inflatable hosed by personnel on board Progress 7. Greenpeace inflatable and canoe hosed from bow of Progress 8. Greenpeace activists on board police boat after being arrested 9. Police boat circles greenpeace inflatable 10. Police boat picks up activist from water 11. Rainbow Warrior with yellow banners. Pan right to wide shot of Progress and police boat 12. Wideshot police boat and Rainbow Warrior 13. Rainbow Warrior STORYLINE: The environmental group Greenpeace said it confronted a freight ship in Holland early on Thursday carrying U.S. military equipment to the Gulf, in protest against a possible war in Iraq. Activists from the group attempted to board the cargo vessel - MVAS Progress - in Rotterdam port in three rubber dinghies, but were intercepted by police, according to Greenpeace. Greenpeace says that U.S. military personnel used water cannons to try and stop them climbing onto the side of the cargo vessel. The group also sailed its Rainbow Warrior ship alongside the American vessel in protest and tried to prevent the craft from leaving Rotterdam en route to the Gulf region. Greenpeace video footage of the protest showed several of the protestors being taken away by authorities, and a Rotterdam police spokesman said 10 activists had been arrested for trespassing in a secure area around the ship, according to the Reuters news agency. Greenpeace says it knows of one activist, an Australian, that has been arrested. The group is opposed to war on Iraq whether or not an attack is sanctioned by the United Nations. Greenpeace considers the solution to weapons of mass destruction is collective international arms control and disarmament.
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Greenpeace boat protest calls for Germany to phase out coal
GREENPEACE WANTS BAN ON DRY CLEANING (5/16/1994)
THE ENVIRONMENTAL GROUP GREENPEACE RELEASED A REPORT TODAY SAYING THE CHEMICALS USED IN DRY CLEANING POSE A HEALTH THREAT. THEY WANT TO BAN THE USE OF THE CHEMICALS. THEY CLAIM THE CHEMICAL USED IN THE PROCESS CAUSES CANCER AND OTHER HEALTH PROBLEMS SUCH AS LEUKEMIA AND REPRODUCTIVE DISORDERS. THE REPORT LISTS SEVERAL INDEPENDENT STUDIES THAT SHOW THE TOXIC EFFECTS OF PERCHLOROETHYLENE (PERC) ARE WORSE THAN PREVIOUSLY THOUGHT. IT SAID THAT EVEN FOOD FROM STORES OR HOMES NEAR DRY CLEANERS CONTAIN PERC LEVELS UP TO 800 TIMES HIGHER THAN NORMAL.
Russia Greenpeace 2
Greenpeace to appeal against jailing of its activists
GREENPEACE
COVERAGE OF A GREENPEACE DEMONSTRATION AGAINST THE WTI TOXIC WASTE INCINERATOR PLANT IN OHIO. 00:01:25 WS OF THE GREENPEACE DEMONSTRATION. VS OF DEMONSTRATORS CHANTING. ACTOR MARTIN SHEEN TALKS TO REPORTERS. HE SAYS HE HOPES THE CLINTON ADMINISTRATION DECIDES TO OPPOSE THE PLANT. CU OF A SIGN WHICH READS, WTI SPELLS DEATH. A SPEAKER DENOUNCES THE PLAN TO OPEN WTI. 00:18:15 A SPEAKER SAYS PRESIDENT BILL CLINTON AND VICE PRESIDENT AL GORE PROMISED TO STOP WTI DURING THE CAMPAIGN. LAS OF THE PROTESTORS MARCHING OUTSIDE THE WHITE HOUSE. VS OF A GREENPEACE BUS PARKED AT THE RALLY SITE. VS OF PROTESTORS SITTING ON THE GROUND IN A CIVIL DISOBEDIENCE ACTION. SHEEN JOINS THE PROTEST. CI: DEMONSTRATIONS: GREENPEACE. DISASTERS: ENVIRONMENTAL. ECOLOGY: POLLUTION, TOXIC WASTE.
VS blocking Total refinery by Greenpeace
8 pm: [show of February 26, 2019]
US DC Crane 3
Greenpeace protest banner near White House
South Africa Greenpeace - Bishop Tutu blesses new Greenpeace ship before Earth Summit
TAPE: EF02/0714 IN_TIME: 22:38:14 DURATION: 1:26 SOURCES: APTN RESTRICTIONS: DATELINE: Cape Town - 23 Aug 2002 SHOTLIST: 1. Various of South African Archbishop Desmond Tutu walking onto Greenpeace ship 2. Various of Tutu greeting crew, clapping hands with them in turn 3. SOUNDBITE (English) Desmond Tutu, South African Archbishop: "Thank you for the people of today. And thank you for the people of tomorrow. The ones who have not yet been born, who because of what you are doing will be able to live in a world that is clean." 4. UPSOUND: Tutu asking crew if they are all believers, all laugh with him 3. Tutu blessing ship 4. Greenpeace members giving Tutu two Greenpeace t-shirts STORYLINE: South African archbishop Desmond Tutu blessed the Greenpeace ship "The Esperanza" and its crew in Cape Town on Friday. He thanked the Greenpeace members gathered for working towards a cleaner, nuclear-free, future. The Esperanza has just returned from a voyage onto the Southern Ocean to protest against the passage of a cargo of plutonium from Japan to the UK. Tutu was in South Africa ahead of the World Summit which opens in Johannesburg on Monday and which is expected to be the largest ever environmental conference with tens of thousands of delegates, observers and protesters.
Greenpeace Protest
GREENPEACE PROTESTS PRESIDENT BUSH'S ENVIRONMENTAL POLICIES.
Belgium Protest
Greenpeace activists stage protest outside EU summit
[Germany: coal mining threatens villages]