Permalink: https://media.greenpeace.org/archive/Cape-Wind-Direct-Communication-27MZIF27A5SR.htmlConceptually similarCape Wind Direct CommunicationGP03D4GCompleted★★★★Cape Wind Direct Communication Robert KennedyGP03D4JCompleted★★★★Cape Wind Direct Communication Robert KennedyGP03D4FCompleted★★★★★★Cape Wind Direct Communication Robert KennedyGP03D4LCompleted★★★★Cape Wind Direct Communication Robert KennedyGP03D4NCompleted★★★★Cape Wind Direct Communication Robert KennedyGP03D4BCompleted★★★★Cape Wind Direct Communication Robert KennedyGP03D4CCompleted★★★★Cape Wind Direct Communication Robert KennedyGP03D47Completed★★★★Cape Wind Direct Communication Robert KennedyGP03D48Completed★★★★View AllGP03D4HCape Wind Direct CommunicationGreenpeace campaigner Chris Miller cruises in an inflatable near the schooner "Spirit of Massachusetts" in Nantucket Sound with a banner reading "Bobby You're on the Wrong Boat, Yes to Cape Wind."Locations:Atlantic Ocean-Massachusetts-North America-United States of AmericaDate:17 Aug, 2005Credit:© Todd Warshaw / GreenpeaceMaximum size:2185px X 1462pxKeywords:Climate (campaign title)-Close ups-Day-Greenpeace campaigners-KWCI (GPI)-Men-Oceans (topography)-One person-Outdoors-Sailing ships-Summer-Sunny-Wind energyShoot:Cape Wind Banner Nantucket SoundGreenpeace protests the obstruction of the United State's first offshore wind farm on the waters of Nantucket Sound. The four-year-old battle started heating up last summer when Greenpeace USA staged a demonstration against well-known eco-activist Robert F. Kennedy Jr., who's been an outspoken opponent of the proposal for a 130-turbine wind-power project in Horseshoe Shoal, a shallow portion of Nantucket Sound south of Cape Cod. Kennedy -- a senior attorney at Natural Resources Defence Council and a pioneer in the waterway-protection movement -- was on a sailboat for an event with the Alliance to Protect Nantucket Sound, which opposes the wind project. A Greenpeace vessel cruised up alongside with a banner that read, "Bobby, you're on the wrong boat" -- an action that was part of a larger Greenpeace campaign pressuring Kennedy to change his mind on the development.