Notes from the Field

Set Sail. From Urban Centers To The Top Of The World.

  • Diving Deep: Antarctica

    Greenpeace journeyed to Antarctica on the Arctic Sunrise, carrying a small but mighty two-person submarine called the DeepWorker. Our mission was to build support for ocean sanctuaries, the best tool there is to protect marine biodiversity, rebuild depleted populations and give our oceans a fighting chance to survive the damage humans are causing from climate change, overfishing and plastic pollution. Read More

  • A Congo Journey

    The Congo Basin provides food, fresh water and shelter to millions of people. A mosaic of rivers, forests, savannas, swamps and flooded forests, the forests of the Congo Basin are teeming with life. Join Charlotte, from Greenpeace in the US, and Thembi, from Greenpeace Africa’s for a journey through Cameroon, the Democratic Republic of Congo and the Republic of Congo on the Greenpeace ship the Esperanza. Read More

  • An Amazon Adventure

    In April 2016, many members of the public were amazed by the announcement of a gigantic new coral reef system in an unlikely place: at the mouth of the Amazon River. Marine biologist and Greenpeace US Oceans Campaign Director John Hocevar has traveled down to Brazil to join the crew of the Esperanza and a group of researchers who have set out to document this amazing natural wonder for the very first time. Read More

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