Greenpeace


Friday, November 22, 2013
News

International Maritime Tribunal Orders Release of Greenpeace ‘Arctic 30’

An international maritime tribunal on Friday ordered Russia to release a Greenpeace ship and 30 people arrested in a protest against Russian Arctic oil

November 22, 2013
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Wednesday, November 20, 2013
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Interesting

Greenpeace NZ Sailboaters in Standoff with 100,000 Ton Noble Drillship – UPDATE

The Noble Bob Douglas drillship has moved into position over an exploratory well off the coast of the New Zealand and will continue with its planned drilling

November 20, 2013
Total Views: 38

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News

Russia Grants Bail to Greenpeace Ship Captain

Nov. 20 (Bloomberg) — A Russian court granted bail to the captain of a Greenpeace ship that carried out a protest against oil and gas drilling in the

November 20, 2013
Total Views: 7

Tuesday, November 19, 2013
News

Putin Adviser Sees Political Will to End Greenpeace Disput

Nov. 19 (Bloomberg) — Russia is showing “political will” to end a two-month-long dispute over the prosecution of Greenpeace activists after

November 19, 2013
Total Views: 2

Monday, November 18, 2013
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News

Russia Grants Bail to Seriously Pissed Off Greenpeace Medic

By Maria Tsvetkova ST PETERSBURG, Russia, Nov 18 (Reuters) – A Russian court granted bail on Monday to one of 30 people held in pre-trial detention over

November 18, 2013
Total Views: 1

Thursday, November 14, 2013
News

Paul McCartney Urges Putin to Free Greenpeace ‘Arctic 30’

Paul McCartney wrote to Russian President Vladimir Putin, urging him to free Greenpeace activists arrested for protesting against Arctic oil

November 14, 2013
Total Views: 4

Friday, November 8, 2013
News

New Video Shows Russian Forces Boarding Greenpeace Vessel Arctic Sunrise

Greenpeace has released this previously unseen footage allegedly showing a Russian boarding team repelling onto the Greenpeace ship Arctic Sunrise in the

November 8, 2013
Total Views: 13

Wednesday, November 6, 2013
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News

U.N. Convention on the Law of the Sea Unenforceable as Dutch Hope to Free Greenpeace Activists

The Netherlands asked an international court on Wednesday to order Russia to release 30 people detained during a Greenpeace protest against oil drilling in the

November 6, 2013
Total Views: 3

Thursday, October 24, 2013
News

Former Rainbow Warrior Captain Laments Uncertainty After Russian Arrest

By Maria Tsvetkova MOSCOW, Oct 24 (Reuters) – For Peter Willcox, captain of a Greenpeace icebreaker seized by Russia, the worst thing about weeks in jail

October 24, 2013
Total Views: 23

Wednesday, October 23, 2013
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News

Piracy Charges Downgraded to Hooliganism for Greenpeace Arctic Activists

The Investigative Committee of the Russian Federation has decided today to reclassify the crimes which have been charged against the “Arctic 30”

October 23, 2013
Total Views: 14

Monday, October 21, 2013
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Dutch Ask Sea Law Tribunal To Release Greenpeace Crew

The Dutch government on Monday asked the International Tribunal for the Law of the Sea to order Russia to release 30 people detained last month during an

October 21, 2013
Total Views: 1

Wednesday, October 16, 2013
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News

Putin Gets Earful from German Chancellor Regarding Greenpeace Arrests

BERLIN, Oct 16 (Reuters) – German Chancellor Angela Merkel told Russia’s President Vladimir Putin on Wednesday of her concerns over the arrest of

October 16, 2013
Total Views: 2

Tuesday, October 15, 2013
News

Sailors Unions Defend Greenpeace Crew

By Bruce Vail, Working hand-in-glove, two unions of merchant seafarers in several countries are agitating for the release of the Arctic 30, a multinational

October 15, 2013
Total Views: 8

Monday, October 14, 2013
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News

U.S. Captain of Greenpeace Vessel Denied Bail in Russia

MOSCOW, Oct 14 (Reuters) – Russia denied bail on Monday to the American captain of a Greenpeace ship and two other foreign activists who are among 30

October 14, 2013
Total Views: 4

Wednesday, October 9, 2013
News

Russia Says Drugs Seized on Greenpeace Ship as New Charges Loom

Russian investigators said they found morphine and opium straw onboard the ship as well as “dual-use” equipment that may have been intended for

October 9, 2013
Total Views: 19

Sunday, October 6, 2013
Press Releases

gCaptain Radio Episode 16 – Greenpeace

This week marks the 16th episode of gCaptain Radio, a weekly talk show discussion with gCaptain founder John Konrad and radio host Jeff Eckles. gCaptain

October 6, 2013
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Piracy

Russia Dismisses Dutch Legal Action Over Greenpeace Activists

Russia shrugged off Dutch legal action over its detention and prosecution of Greenpeace activists for piracy on Saturday as protesters took to the streets

October 6, 2013
Total Views: 16

Friday, October 4, 2013
News

Netherlands Takes Legal Action Against Russia Over Greenpeace Activists

"The Netherlands today began an arbitration procedure on the basis of the (United Nations) Convention on the Law of the Sea," Foreign Minister Frans Timmermans

October 4, 2013
Total Views: 29

Thursday, October 3, 2013
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Piracy

Greenpeace’s ‘Arctic 30’ Charged with Piracy as Gazprom Says ‘Tragedy’ Averted

Russia charged 30 people with piracy after Greenpeace activists tried to board an Arctic oil platform as OAO Gazprom said the protest threatened to have

October 3, 2013
Total Views: 15

Wednesday, October 2, 2013
News

Russian Authorities Charge Greenpeace Activists with Piracy

The piracy charges, which Greenpeace said were absurd, are punishable by up to 15 years in

October 2, 2013
Total Views: 2