Permalink: https://media.greenpeace.org/archive/Cape-Wind-Direct-Communication-Robert-Kennedy-27MZIF27AYO8.htmlConceptually similarCape Wind Direct Communication Robert KennedyGP03D4ACompleted★★★★Cape Wind Direct Communication Robert KennedyGP03D4ECompleted★★★★Cape Wind Direct Communication Robert KennedyGP03D4ICompleted★★★★★★Cape Wind Direct Communication Robert KennedyGP03D47Completed★★★★Cape Wind Direct Communication Robert KennedyGP03D48Completed★★★★Cape Wind Direct Communication Robert KennedyGP03D49Completed★★★★★★Cape Wind Direct Communication Robert KennedyGP03D4BCompleted★★★★Cape Wind Direct Communication Robert KennedyGP03D4CCompleted★★★★Cape Wind Direct Communication Robert KennedyGP03D4DCompleted★★★★View AllGP03D4JCape Wind Direct Communication Robert KennedyRobert F. Kennedy Jr. points from the rail of the schooner "Spirit of Massachusetts" in Nantucket Sound during an Alliance to Protect Nantucket Sound event, A Greenpeace inflatable cruises near the schooner with a banner reading "Bobby You're on the Wrong Boat, Yes to Cape Wind." The action was to ask Kennedy to change his opposition to the Cape Wind energy project.Locations:Atlantic Ocean-Massachusetts-North America-United States of AmericaDate:17 Aug, 2005Credit:© Todd Warshaw / GreenpeaceMaximum size:1096px X 733pxKeywords:Celebrities-Climate (campaign title)-Close ups-Day-KWCI (GPI)-Men-Oceans (topography)-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.