Greenpeace’s own Captain Peter Willcox just won an Observer Ethical Award, which is known in the United Kingdom as a Green Oscar. The award is meant to honor ...On June 13, 2014 / By Jason Schwartz
Hover over photos to see captions On March 24th, 1989, the supertanker Exxon Valdez crashed into a reef and ran aground in Alaska’s remote Prince William Sound. 11 ...On March 20, 2014 / By Jason Schwartz
First, I’d like to thank the 40,000 of you who have sent President Obama a message asking him to impose targeted economic sanctions on Icelandic companies directly linked ...On March 20, 2014 / By Phil Kline
This week Congress deliberated a proposal to weaken the best thing American ocean species have going. The Magnuson-Stevens Act, which is renewed every five years, is directly responsible ...On February 6, 2014 / By Sean Cosgrove
From its first voyage to a nuclear test site in 1971 to the recent seizure of the Arctic Sunrise following a peaceful protest against Arctic oil drilling, ships have facilitated ...On October 25, 2013 / By Cassady Sharp
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Greenpeace activists will be going on trial to fight felony charges for a protest at the P&G headquarters in Cincinnati.