The first in a series of three videos on a special humpback whale tagging project in the Cook Islands.
Today, only one country in the world continues to conduct whaling in the Southern Ocean Whale Sanctuary – Japan.
Seafood See Life is a vibrant new network initiated by Greenpeace bringing together influential people organisations and businesses that want to be part of a positive wave of change for our oceans. The film (first shown at the Seafood See Life) launch party shows the problems facing our oceans and the positive changes that some people across the seafood industry are making to make sure that there will be fish on our plates tomorrow.
Everything we accomplished and every action we took in 2010 was thanks to you, and millions of Greenpeace supporters like you around the world. Join us in looking back on a year of action, with 99 of the best images in less than two minutes.
On October 4th 2010, a flood of toxic sludge wrought havoc on villages and towns in Western Hungary. The spill left nine people dead and created a huge environmental disaster.
COMEDY SPECIAL – The film targets gas guzzling 4x4s using the language and style of traditional car adverts that portray 4×4 drivers escaping their urban environment for the freedom of the open road.
Meet Fenton Lutunatabua from Fiji, who is going out on Rainbow Warrior III to defend the rights of Fijians to maintain their way of living. Climate change leads to a raising sea level, putting island nations at risk.
Greenpeace is calling for Poland, one of the 20 biggest emitters of CO2 in the world, to decrease its own carbon emissions and overcome its addiction to coal so it can play a constructive role in EU and global international policy making.
This fragile Earth deserves a voice. It needs solutions. It needs change. It needs you. Many, many special thanks to Avion postproduction, Barrandov Studios, Enzo Cinne, Panther Prague, Vantage Film Prague, and of course Stillking Films and Juraj Rothenbuhler. Music and sound design by Hecq.
The world needs more champions. Challenge them to detox our water.