30 aniversario hundimiento Rainbow Warrior. Activistas protestan con diversas pancartas sobre los efectos del cambio climático
10/07/2015. Hay Point, Queensland. Australia.
Greenpeace conmemora el 30 aniversario del atentado contra su barco Rainbow Warrior con una protesta pacífica por el clima.
©Jeff Tan/ Greenpeace
Activists hold up banners in front of anchored coal vessels saying “This is a bush fire”, “This is a flood”, and “This is a heat wave” to highlight the devastating impact of coal-fired climate change. One crew member from Vanuatu, whose island was devastated by Cyclone Pam tagged one of the dozens of waiting vessels “This is a cyclone”. Coal ships, sometimes in their hundreds, are anchored in the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park, which the Australian government’s own scientists have warned is most at risk from climate change. This morning one coal ship was labeled “This is coral bleaching”. The action comes on the 30th anniversary of the bombing of the original Rainbow Warrior by French secret service agents in Auckland, which killed the Greenpeace photographer Fernando Pereira.
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30 aniversario Rainbow Warrior