The Greenpeace To Amchitka

by Robert Hunter

The Greenpeace To Amchitka

  • ISBN-13: 9781551521787
  • Author(s): Robert Hunter
  • Illustrated by: Robert Keziere
  • Subject: Peace studies & conflict resolution
  • Publisher: Arsenal Pulp Press
  • Imprint: Arsenal Pulp Press
  • Publication Date: 01-12-2004
  • Format: p/b

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£16.99
In this vivid memoir, based on a manuscript originally written over 30 years ago, Robert Hunter depicts the first protest voyage in 1971 by the group that was later to become known as Greenpeace - now the most powerful ecological activist group in the world. The mission was in protest at nuclear testing the US government was carrying out on the small island of Amchitka in the Aleutian Islands - a geographically unstable area, highly prone to earthquakes, as well as a refuge of many endangered species. Includes photos of the mission by another original crew member.
About the book

In this vivid memoir, based on a manuscript originally written over 30 years ago, Robert Hunter depicts the first protest voyage in 1971 by the group that was later to become known as Greenpeace - now the most powerful ecological activist group in the world. The mission was in protest at nuclear testing the US government was carrying out on the small island of Amchitka in the Aleutian Islands - a geographically unstable area, highly prone to earthquakes, as well as a refuge of many endangered species. Includes photos of the mission by another original crew member.