Greenpeace: We Can Stop Whaling (NZ)
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This year Greenpeace is mounting the most ambitious ship expedition
ever undertaken and we'd like you to come with us! We can set sail
some of us on the web and some of us on the ships.
Together we will witness and be part of a year in the life of our
will take action to stop the destruction, witness the beauty and
those areas still untouched, and show where and how ocean parks will
And first on the agenda is stopping whaling in the Southern Ocean!
Two of our ships, the Esperanza and the Arctic Sunrise, are right now
steaming towards the Southern Ocean whaling grounds to confront the
Government's "scientific whaling" program.
We want a million Ocean Defenders sailing with us and we'd like you
one of the first aboard. Pacific Islanders say the ocean is not what
us; it is what joins us. So, join us on this incredible journey.
there will be a story to tell.
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equally ambitious website! As an Ocean Defender, you will:
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HUNT THE HUNTERS : WHAT YOU CAN DO RIGHT NOW
The law of 6 degrees of separation means that you, James, may know
who knows someone who knows someone who knows precisely where the
fleet will be in the next few months. We have our own methods of
them, but this is always a very difficult task. If you know someone
works in maritime tracking, satellite imagery, the Japanese fishing
industry, cetacean research, who's doing an ocean crossing in the
working in some other field that might have first hand knowledge of
the fleet will be, pass this message along. The ship we are seeking
the Nisshin Maru, gross tonnage 8,030, length 130 metres, radio call
JJCJ. She is the factory ship and will be accompanied by three
Maru No. 1 with radio call sign JKNG, the Yushin Maru call sign JLZS
Yushin Maru No. 2, call sign JPPV.
Send confidential information to hunt-the-hunters@...
Thank you for your support,
Greenpeace Aotearoa NZ
" Individually we are a drop, together we are an ocean" Ryunosuke