Permalink: https://media.greenpeace.org/archive/Crew-on-the-Esperanza-in-Longyearbyen-27MZIFJ6QD63U.htmlConceptually similarFilm Crew with Vivienne Westwood in the Arctic with GreenpeaceGP0STPB52Completed★★★★Vivienne Westwood in the Arctic with GreenpeaceGP0STPB51Completed★★★★Vivienne Westwood in the Arctic with GreenpeaceGP0STPB4UCompleted★★★★Vivienne Westwood in the Arctic with GreenpeaceGP0STPB4YCompleted★★★★Vivienne Westwood in the Arctic with GreenpeaceGP0STPB4ZCompleted★★★★★★Vivienne Westwood in the Arctic with GreenpeaceGP0STPB56Completed★★★★★★Film Crew in EkmanfjordenGP0STPB4RCompleted★★★★Film Crew in EkmanfjordenGP0STPB4VCompleted★★★★Vivienne Westwood in the Arctic with GreenpeaceGP0STPB50Completed★★★★View AllGP0STPB59Crew on the Esperanza in LongyearbyenCrew photo taken on the Esperanza in Longyearbyen in the Arctic archipelago of Svalbard. Greenpeace UK executive director John Sauven is on the far left of the picture. Fourth from the right with blonde hair is fashion designer Vivienne Westwood. On her left are the young people featured in her film -George (in Arctic t-shirt) and Brandon (with scarf and red hat). In the centre bottom row (in the denim jacket) is Vivienne's partner Andreas.Locations:Arctic-Longyearbyen-Norway-SvalbardDate:16 Aug, 2014Credit:© Nick Cobbing / GreenpeaceMaximum size:5264px X 3509pxKeywords:Celebrities-Climate (campaign title)-Day-Greenpeace crew-KWCI (GPI)-Large group of people-Mountains-MY Esperanza-Outdoors-PortraitsShoot:Emma Thompson, Michelle Thrush and Vivienne Westwood in the Arctic with GreenpeaceAward-winning actors Emma Thompson from the UK and Michelle Thrush from Canada, along with their daughters Gaia Wise and Imajyn Cardinal, embark on a journey to the Arctic on the Greenpeace ship the MY Esperanza. Also joining the tour is fashion designer Vivienne Westwood.They witness first hand the incredible beauty and fragility of this pristine environment and join the fight to protect it. Greenpeace is campaigning for a ban on offshore drilling in the Arctic, and for the uninhabited area around the North Pole to be declared a global sanctuary.