Your browser does not support this video. Permalink: https://media.greenpeace.org/archive/Action-against-Illegal-Timber-on-MV-Byisk-in-Japan-27MZIFVHM7PJ.htmlConceptually similarAction against Import of Amazon PlywoodGP04NK6Completed★★★★Rainbow Warrior in MoruroaGP03U6UCompleted★★★★Forests action on MV Greveno in the Bay of Biscay - NEWS EDITGP0STUHNCCompleted★★★★Action on Timber Ship Meltemi in SpainGP03EZVCompleted★★★★Painting Action and Collision GP03INLCompleted★★★★Whaler Senet Boarding in North Sea 2GP046M9Completed★★★★Action Against French Nuclear TestingGP04BVPCompleted★★★★Action at Sual Coal Fired Power Station in The Philippines - B-rollGP0STPNVXCompleted★★★★Norwegian Whaling ActionGP03IMLCompleted★★★★View AllGP04NIMAction against Illegal Timber on MV Byisk in JapanGreenpeace activists attempt to occupy the cargo ship MV Byisk, which is transporting logs, suspected to be illegally logged, from Russia to Japan, Sea of Japan. Activists successfully board the ship and chain themselves to logs, holding a banner in Japanese and English: "Is this Russian timber illegal?".Locations:Asia-Japan-Sea of Japan-Toyama-shinkoDate:4 Jul, 2000Credit:© GreenpeaceDuration:5m43sAudio format:NaturalProduction Type :B-ROLL-CLIPREEL-SOUNDBITEKeywords:Actions and protests-Aggression-Banners-Boarding actions-Cargo ships-Chaining actions-Coast guards-Confrontation-Danger-Forests (campaign title)-G8 (organisation)-Greenpeace activists-Greenpeace crew-Greenpeace inflatables-Harbours-Illegal-KWCI (GPI)-MY Rainbow Warrior II-Occupation actions-Police-Spraying-Timber-Timber industry-Violence-Water cannonsShoot:G8 Forest ActionsAn overview of MV Greenpeace and MY Rainbow Warrior II actions in the summer of 2000 around illegal timber shipments. These actions were geared towards putting pressure on the G8 meeting in Japan in summer 2000.