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21/11/2013
The spruce man with the trim mustache and the grim-faced bodyguard is dozing in his seat. A flight attendant leaves him a hot towel, and then another. The bodyguard, who wears the uniform of the Kiribati National Police--the shoulder patch ...   
21/4/2013
Seven Greenpeace International activists peacefully demonstrated in a Mauritian port on Sunday against a South Korean vessel accused of unlawful fishing in West African waters, demanding the Seoul government order the ship's recall. The ...   
12/10/2012
Ten Greenpeace activists occupied the largest shipbuilding yard in Taiwan on Friday, accusing the Taiwanese government of undermining international fishing agreements set up to combat the global overfishing crisis. Activists unfurled a ...   
30/7/2011
"Eco-pirate" Paul Watson is losing a race against time to recover his flagship boat, the Steve Irwin, which has been impounded in Shetland. The world's most radical conservationist, Watson is being sued for $1.4m (£850,000) by a Maltese ...   
23/6/2010
Tuna’s End | Photo, New York Times
On the morning of June 4, in the international waters south of Malta, the Greenpeace vessels Rainbow Warrior and Arctic Sunrise deployed eight inflatable Zodiacs and skiffs into the azure surface of the Mediterranean. Protesters aboard donned ...   
10/1/2009
Prefacing the launch of the fourth Observer Ethical Awards, we've chosen to highlight 20 of the biggest ethical ideas around at the moment, affording some respite to the prevailing jam-side-down version of life on offer almost everywhere else. ...   
17/11/2008
Greenpeace activists have today dumped some 5 tonnes of dead bluefin tuna heads in front of the French Fisheries Ministry in Paris to protest the continued mismanagement of the Eastern Atlantic and Mediterranean bluefin tuna fishery that is ...   
28/5/2008
Environmental group Greenpeace staged a high-seas protest against a Spanish-owned tuna fishing ship in the South Pacific on Tuesday, dropping a 25 metre (75 feet) floating banner "No Fish, No Future" into its net. ...   
17/7/2004
FAVIGNANA, Italy - Over thousands of springtimes, as far back as Homer's Odyssey, the fishermen of Favignana have battled giant bluefin tuna lured into vast chambers of intricate netting. This year, the nets were empty. The ...   
14/7/2004
FAVIGNANA, Italy — Over thousands of springtimes, as far back as Homer's Odyssey, the fishers of Favignana have battled giant bluefin tuna lured into vast chambers of intricate netting. This year, the nets were empty. The ...   
8/1/2004
BLOOMINGTON, Indiana, January 8, 2004 (ENS) - Toxic chemicals are present at higher levels in farmed salmon than in wild salmon, according to new research released today that warns of health risks to people who consume salmon produced on ...   
25/11/2000
When you live in Tuvalu, a nation of nine coral atolls strewn like petals across the South Pacific, there's nothing abstract about global warming or recent changes in the weather. The government there is exploring whether to buy land in another ...   

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