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The Story of the Greenpeace Organization

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jennifer nichols

on 19 April 2013

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Transcript of The Story of the Greenpeace Organization

History and Structure Drive
Mandate and Funding The End Core
Impact and Canada's Involvement “In 1971, a small group of activists set sail to the Amchitka Island off Alaska to try and stop a US nuclear weapons test. The money for the mission was raised with a concert; their old fishing boat was called “The Greenpeace”. This is where our story begins.”- Greenpeace website It supports positive change through the actions of people who stand against environmental abuse by governments and corporations. The organization even states that its goal “...is to ensure the ability of the Earth to nurture life in all its diversity." This wonderful organization champagnes environmental responsibility as well as solutions to major issues affecting the living habitats and all the creatures living within. Thank you for watching The Story of The Greenpeace organization consists of 40 main countries (as seen on the map below). Its members include Argentina, Australia, Belgium, brazil, Canada, Chile, China, Czech Republic, France, Germany, Denmark, Finland, Norway, Sweden, Greece, Poland, Romania, Bulgaria, Slovenia, Serbia, Montenegro, India, Italy, Japan, Luxembourg, Israel, Cyprus, Lebanon, Malta, Tunisia, Turkey, Mexico, the Netherlands, New Zealand, Russia, Philippines, Indonesia, Thailand, Spain, Switzerland, United Kingdom, and the United States The Greenpeace organization was formed back in 1971 and was founded by Dorothy Stowe, Paul Cote, Marie Bohlen, Bill Darnell, Robert Hunter, Jim Bohlen, Ben Metcalfe, Irving Stowe, and Patrick Moore. Greenpeace Total Support and Revenue from 2003-2010 Total amounts of funding are based on: -Contributions and Donations -Investment Returns
-Grants from Greenpeace Fund.
-Other Grants via Greenpeace Fund, Inc
-Grants from Stichting Greenpeace Council -Licensing, Royalties and Merchandise -Asset Sale -Net Assets Released from Restrictions The Greenpeace organization has had a major impact in many environmental movements since its creation in 1969. Some of the accomplishments they have made for their cause getting France to end their atmospheric testing, stopping the seal slaughter in Scotland, exposing toxic waste trade, creating Argentina’s first forest protection law on the native forests, and countless other success stories. The accomplishment which Greenpeace is best known for would be the Rainbow Warrior ship. This ship was involved in many, almost all, of Greenpeace’s over sea protests including halting the Icelandic waling fleet, ocean dumping of toxic waste, the Grey Seal hunt in Orkney and nuclear testing in the Pacific. Greenpeace evolved from a group of Canadian protesters into a less conservative group of environmentalists who were more reflective of the counterculture and hippie youth movements of the 1960s and 1970s. Since Canadians were the ones who originally started this organization they have been involved since the beginning. Many Canadians donate to Greenpeace each year although the funds have been decreasing since the 1990’s.
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