GREENPEACE. How a Group of Ecologists, Journalists, and Visionaries Changed the World

Emmaus/New York: Rodale, (2004). First edition. Hardcover. Signed and inscribed by the author on the title page, dated 2005 (Feb). A ragtag group, world changers, founded Greenpeace in a quiet neighborhood in Vancouver, Canada. Follow this group of musicians, journalists, attorneys, teachers, sailors, and scientists, as they attempt, and often succeed, to disrupt American nuclear bomb tests in the Aleutian Islands and French tests in the South Pacific, interfere with Japanese and Russian whale ships, halt Norwegion harp seal hunters in Newfoundland, and pressure the American government to comply with international peace-keeping and environmental efforts, all against overwhelming odds. Greenpeace postcard laid in. Illustraated from photographs, 621pp with index. A near fine copy (binding flaw to edge of one page at rear) in a near fine jacket with a few spots to back panel. Item #14141
ISBN: 1594861064

Price: $75.00

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