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Annual Reports

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Annual Report 2017

In spite of the Trump administration’s extremely regressive policies, in 2017 we saw notable wins for human rights, ocean and forest protection, water safety, and our climate. Greenpeace’s growing community made all of it possible, not only with monetary contributions but also with individuals taking personal action, giving their time and their talents, and turning out in full force collectively to show the world what people power can do.

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Southern Resident killer whale L77 and her calf L119 surface together off Lime Kiln Point State Park in Washington State.

The Salish Sea is one of the richest and most biologically diverse inland seas in the world. This area of staggering beauty is home to some of the worldÕs most iconic wildlife. Yet all of it is being put at risk by the expansion of the Trans Mountain pipeline which will lead to a seven fold in the number of tankers carrying tar sands oil through the Salish Sea and massively increasing the risks of an oil spill in this beautiful part of the world.

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Greenpeace protest against HMS Eisenhower, nuclear warship during nuclear Free Seas campaign. Palma, Mallorca. June 1988    (Greenpeace Witness book page 136)    (Annual review 1993-1994 page 1 and page 3 similar photo)  (Greenpeace 30th Anniversary Images photo 15)  (Greenpeace Changing the World page 101)

Annual Report 2016

Greenpeace’s 2016 Annual report marks our achievements on the 45th anniversary year of our organization’s campaigning for a green and peaceful future. These achievements were possible because of you, our donors. We hope you will be gratified as you review the progress that you made a reality, in the defense of our oceans, forests, climate, and democracy.

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Annual Report 2015

In 2015, we celebrated the 45th anniversary of the concert that funded the first Greenpeace voyage with a special music-themed edition of our Annual Report. From our campaign to save the Vaquita to Russian wildfires to ensembles performing in front of Shell's London headquarters, 2015 added another important page to Greenpeace's history as both an organization and a global environmental movement.

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Kayaks are lined up in preparation of the sHell No Flotilla part of the 'Paddle in Seattle' protest.

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Participants in the People's Climate March make their way through the streets of New York City. The march, two-days before the United Nations Climate Summit, is billed as the largest climate march in history.

The People’s Climate March is a global weekend of action on climate change. More than 2000 events are planned over 6 continents, including huge rallies in New York and London.  The summit, called by UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon, will be attended by more than 120 world leaders and will be the largest gathering of world leaders to discuss climate change since the Copenhagen Summit in 2009.

Annual Report 2014

In 2014, Greenpeace supporters helped to bring the Arctic Sunrise home. Greenpeace supporters, allies and friends also took to the streets to call for climate justice, helped transform the supply chain of one of the largest, most well-known companies in the world and drew important attention to the horrible practices taking place on the high seas.

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Annual Report 2013

Greenpeace’s 2013 Annual Report took readers from the forests of Indonesia to the skies above North Carolina to the town of Lincolnville, Maine where Captain Pete Willcox shared the story of the Arctic 30.

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Josefina Skerk, a member of the Sami community in Sweden, on arrival at the North Pole. She is part of a Greenpeace team who has brought a time capsule containing 2.7 million names of supporters who wish to protect the Arctic. They plan to lower the capsule and a ‘flag for the future’ to the seabed beneath the North Pole.

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Annual Report 2012

The 2012 Greenpeace Annual Report introduced readers to the individuals behind the campaigns, people who helped convince 100 of the world’s largest corporations to take action to end deforestation, helped communities across the United States to shut down dirty and dangerous coal plants and built powerful coalitions of scientists and Native communities and supermarkets to safeguard our oceans.

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Annual Report 2011

In 2011, a new Rainbow Warrior joined the fight, the first boat ever built exclusively for environmental campaigning. Greenpeace supporters also helped force Mattel to stand up on behalf of the forests, sent a powerful message to Shell Oil and its plans to drill in the Arctic and helped shift some of the dirtiest coal-fired power plants to clean energy.

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Greenpeace relies completely on charitable contributions from our supporters.

Greenpeace is the world's leading independent, environmental campaigning organization. We do not take money from governments or corporations.Every ship in our fleet, every expedition we lead and every journey we take is powered by the support of private foundations and people like you.

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