Greenpeace is the largest and one of the most respected environmental organisations in the world. Its story started in the 1960s with a handful of peace activists who gathered around the kitchen table and made plans to save the world. Initially the activity against nuclear tests was the principal focus of Greenpeace but soon the organisation’s scope widened and included anti-whaling and anti-sealing actions. Greenpeace’s rubber boats became world-famous. Every achievement of Greenpeace is a success for the environment, the Earth, human health, and our common future. Greenpeace is working for all of us.
KeywordsNuclear test Anti-whaling Anti-sealing Rainbow Warrior Human health
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