Greenpeace Activists At Sea Again —
Fonterra Under AttackKapiti Independent News By Alan Tristram 17th September 2009
Kapiti Independent News is proud to run some photo’s from Tauranga which should make all Kiwis proud of Greenpeace — again.
Greenpeace activists have blocked a shipment of palm kernel animal feed from Indonesia from entering Tauranga Port.
They say the feed is destined for Fonterra dairy farms.
They are calling on John Key to halt imports of the product due to its impact on climate change — and to address intensive dairy farming in New Zealand.
The 12 activists boarded the East Ambition, several kilometers from Tauranga port, and locked themselves to the vessel, the anchor chain and its four cargo cranes to prevent the ship unloading.
News footage shows them holding banners which read “Fonterra Climate Crime.”
All Images are copyrighted and KIN thanks Greenpeace for supplying these to us.