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Transcript of Greenpeace
Amchitka was the last refuge for 3,000 endangered sea otters, and home to bald eagles, peregrine falcons, and other wildlife.
Even though their old boat, the Phyllis Cormack, was stopped before it got to Amchitka, the journey got a lot of public interest.
The U.S. still detonated the bomb,but people had listened . Nuclear testing on Amchitka ended that same year, and the island was later declared a bird sanctuary.
Today, Greenpeace is an international organization that prioritizes global environmental campaigns. The Greenpeace global headquarters are in Amsterdam, the Netherlands. They have 2.8 million supporters’ worldwide and offices in 41 countries ! The main goal of all their work is a green and peaceful world However there are many more aims... They want to reduce the carbon polluting system and to use a far more eco-friendly option. by Jake, Tom, Stefan and Adam. Their vision for the climate
Their vision for the world's forests They are working to protect the world's ancient forests and the plants, animals and peoples that depend on them. Their vision for healthy oceans
they want oceans that are protected and full of healthy animals; oceans that are carefully looked after, and fishing that doesn`t put species at risk And their vision for a peaceful world. Governments and industry around the world must ensure that the Earth's limited resources are shared fairly, so people have what they need to live peacefully. As you can see, there are quite a few Greenpeace events, meetings and groups taking place in our local area. The Northamptonshire Greenpeace group has 39 members. As you can see, there are quite a few Greenpeace events, meetings and groups taking place in our local area. The Northamptonshire Greenpeace group has 39 members. So why is greenpeace so important ? Greenpeace is important because it affects the WHOLE WORLD enviromental change is an international problem and greenpeace is tackling it at a truly global level. so it affects every single one of the 61,838,154 people in the uk ! And not only this it affects every single one of the 6,775,235,741 people on this planet !
this map shows the current locations of the 3 Greenpeace ships – The Rainbow Warrior, The Esperanza, and Arctic Sunrise. pssssssstttt that might come in handy *hint hint* Okay so we are nearly finished but there is one question left. What can you do ? Well there are several options; 1)Sign up to the Greenpeace newsletter to get even more informed
2)Join Greenpeace facebook groups
3)Wear a T-Shirt (to promote greenpeace)
4)Subscribe to the Greenpeace youtube channel
and finally you could Join the Northamptonshire Greenpeace group. Greenpeace’s work is open to different views because of its over-the-top nature. This caused a loss of 2 million members in the mid 1990’s especially in America and Canada because people thought that their work was too violent and could actually be harming the environment instead of helping it, and also because there is worry in regard to how they use their donations. In 1971, motivated by their vision of a green and peaceful world, a small team of activists set sail from Vancouver, Canada in an old fishing boat. These activists, the founders of Greenpeace, believed a few individuals could make a difference.