Permalink: https://media.greenpeace.org/archive/Arctic-Sunrise-Radio-Officer-on-Atlantic-Coast-Tour-27MZIFJXX32L7.htmlConceptually similarArctic Sunrise crew member Paloma HenriquesGP0STR9HDCompleted★★★★Arctic Sunrise Third Mate Azam SahinogluGP0STR9HCCompleted★★★★Arctic Sunrise Third Mate Azam SahinogluGP0STR9HECompleted★★★★Arctic Sunrise Radio Officer on the BridgeGP0STR9H5Completed★★★★Raphael Schmiedebach, Arctic Sunrise Atlantic Coast Tour Second MateGP0STR9HGCompleted★★★★Arctic Sunrise Acoustic ResearchGP0STR9H8Completed★★★★Arctic Sunrise Chief Engineer Syrus UdwadiaGP0STR9HYCompleted★★★★Arctic Sunrise ROV Operations in the USGP0STR7NECompleted★★★★Arctic Sunrise ROV Operations in the USGP0STR7NKCompleted★★★★View AllGP0STR9HFArctic Sunrise Radio Officer on Atlantic Coast TourCrew Radio Operator, Atlantic Sunrise Atlantic Coast Tour Radio Operator Mir Rodriguez Lombarado. Greenpeace's historic Arctic Sunrise was in Norfolk, Virginia as it continues a month long tour along the Atlantic Coast highlighting threats to our oceans and climate. The tour focus is on the urgent issue of single-use plastics and microplastics in our waters, and the need to protect our coasts and climate from seismic blasting and offshore oil drilling. The tour is also supporting an effort led by climate justice allies to deliver critical rebuilding supplies to rural communities in Puerto Rico following Hurricane Maria's devastating impacts to the region.Locations:Norfolk-United States of AmericaDate:25 Oct, 2017Credit:© Tim Aubry / GreenpeaceMaximum size:3840px X 5760pxKeywords:Day-Greenpeace crew-Indoors-KWCI (GPI)-Men-Oceans (campaign title)-One person-Plastics-ResearchShoot:Arctic Sunrise US Atlantic Coast TourGreenpeace’s historic ship, the Arctic Sunrise, begins a month long tour along the Atlantic Coast in the United States. The tour focuses on the urgent issue of single-use plastics and microplastics in our waters, and the need to protect our coasts and climate from seismic blasting and offshore oil drilling.