Green Peace

Amber Young

"Greenpeace reveals Proctor & Gamble's connection to forest destruction"

People should donate time and money to support Greenpeace in helping prevent environmental abuse.

Stop Shell from drilling in the Arctic in 2014

Thursday, Feb. 27th, 9pm

This is an online event.

"As a senior Shell official reminded the world last week, drilling for oil in Alaska’s Chukchi Sea is “the single largest exploration prospect in the Shell Group.” The stakes couldn’t be higher for Shell or the environment.
Stopping them is simple: President Obama has the power to pull Shell’s drilling permits any time he wants. But it’s going to take overwhelming public support for the President to do the right thing and stand up to Big Oil."


  1. When was this organization founded?
  2. What is their goal through this foundation?
  3. What actions does this organization take to prevent environmental abuse?


  1. 1971
  2. to stop environmental violators put an end to the abuse
  3. petition against harmful corporations/companies, take direct action

This Is Your World - Be a Rainbow Warrior

10 Green Facts

  • Greenpeace was founded by a small team of activists from Vancouver, Canada.
  • We expose those responsible for an environmental crime.
  • Amchitka was the last refuge for 3,000 endangered sea otters, and home to bald eagles, peregrine falcons, and other wildlife.
  • The Greenpeace ship the Rainbow Warrior is moored in Auckland, New Zealand – ready to confront French nuclear testing in the Moruroa Atoll.
  • There's an old joke that in any bar in Vancouver Canada you can sit down next to someone who claims to have founded Greenpeace.
  • Bob Hunter sailed aboard the first Greenpeace voyage in 1971 to Amchitka in the Aleutian Islands to try and stop a U.S. nuclear weapons test.
  • We’re 100 percent supporter funded which means our fights are your fights.
  • Asia Pulp & Paper, the world's third largest paper company, announced a deforestation policy protecting Indonesian rainforests.
  • A "Roadless Rule" in the U.S. finally makes it through federal courts protecting 58 million acres of roadless US forests.
  • Your support provides the backbone of our organization and is invaluable to our efforts. Thank you for making all this possible.