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Greenpeace is committed to exposing environmental problems with creative and non-violent direct action.

Previous events:
Orang-utans swing into action to stop Dove destroying rainforests for palm oil
Flashmob at Heathrow's Terminal 5
King coal at Kingsnorth
Trident: We Don't Buy It
Weapons inspectors are shut out of Aldermaston
All the fun of the Square with iCount
Closing Didcot power station
Ban illegal timber at Admiralty Arch

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Man about town

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The vertigo view

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Return to sender

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Sam couldn't deliver his message to 10 Downing Street. Applying for permission takes six days.

A visitor from Papua New Guinea

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Sam Moko, customary landowner and Greenpeace campaigner from Papua New Guinea, explains how Blair's failure on illegal timber is affecting his country.

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Removing evidence - the movie

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If you're having problems viewing our videos, try watching it in QuickTime - we anxiously await the day when mobile video formats are standardised.

Removing the incriminating evidence

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Greenpeace boss on what we're doing

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Stephen Tindale, executive director of Greenpeace UK, explains why we are here today.

If you're having problems viewing our videos, try watching it in QuickTime - we anxiously await the day when mobile video formats are standardised.

Sandwiched

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