Greenpeace - the uniting of the 'green' and the 'peace' movements - is a pressure group that has changed the world and changed our perceptions of protest. From small beginnings, through anti-whaling voyages, action on seal hunting, pesticide spraying, supertankers, nuclear weapons and much more, Greenpeace has become a cultural icon, an organisation with 2.8 million members worldwide and offices in 30 countries. Greenpeace founder and Pulitzer-Prize-nominee, Rex Weyler, who lived through these turbulent times himself, reveals what went on behind these epic events. Anyone who cares about the environment and social issues, anyone fascinated by personal sories behind public events, anyone who seeks out compelling narrative non-fiction will enjoy the fabulous high-seas adventure story Rex Weyler has to tell.
Rex Weyler, a director of the original Greenpeace Foundation and a co-founder of Greenpeace International, is a significant voice in the modern environmental movement; he is also a Pulitzer-Prize-nominated author and journalist.
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Description du livre Unknown, 2005. Paperback. État : New. Never used!. N° de réf. du libraire P111551928418