Permalink: https://media.greenpeace.org/archive/Coral-drilling-team--27MZIFJR10V.htmlConceptually similarCoral, Fagatele Bay, American SamoaGP0G2ACompleted★★★★Coral drilling team. Pacific Islands.GP01EAGCompleted★★★★Coral, Fagatele Bay, American SamoaGP0F1LCompleted★★★★Coral, Fagatele Bay, American Samoa.GP0F1NCompleted★★★★Coral, Fagatele Bay, American Samoa.GP0SIJCompleted★★★★Coral, Fagatele Bay, American SamoaGP0VHUCompleted★★★★The seabed of Fagatelle Bay, American Samoa.GP01DD5Completed★★★★Coral, Fagatele Bay, American SamoaGP0JN1Completed★★★★Taro plantation, American SamoaGP0129ZCompleted★★★★View AllGP06K5Coral drilling team.Coral drilling team. Divers from the environmental group Le Vaomatua and Greenpeace worked together to install mooring buoys at Fagatele Bay. The buoys allow boats to moor at the bay without destroying the regenerating coral. American Samoa.Locations:American Samoa-United States of AmericaDate:1 May, 1990Credit:© Greenpeace / Lorette DorreboomMaximum size:5645px X 3747pxKeywords:Activists-Buoys-Day-Diving-KWCI (GPI)-Oceans (campaign title)-Oceans (topography)-Outdoors-Two people-WomenShoot:Rainbow Warrior Pacific Driftnets TourThe Rainbow Warrior tours in the Pacific to document and protest against (Japanese) driftnet fishing.