Permalink: https://media.greenpeace.org/archive/Forests-Log-Export-Action-Prince-Rupert-27MZIFIO0IT2.htmlConceptually similarForests Action at Saga Wind in Cowichan BayGP02ARWCompleted★★★★Activist on log bargeGP0WL7Completed★★★★Greenpeace occupy Seaspan log bargeGP0MPUCompleted★★★★Greenpeace occupy log bargeGP0HNCompleted★★★★★★★Aerial shot of log barge in bay collecting logs from river.GP0OO9Completed★★★★TimberWest Banner Drop Sonora Island CanadaGP0STP2VXCompleted★★★★TimberWest Banner Drop Sonora Island CanadaGP0STP2W0Completed★★★★Aerial shot of log barge in bay collecting logs from river.GP09EHCompleted★★★★View of MV Moby Dick in Clayoquot SoundGP04VYDCompleted★★★★View AllGP02ARIForests Log Export Action Prince RupertGreenpeace activists protest the export of raw logs from B.C's forests with a banner, "LOG EXPORTS = JOB EXPORT". Approximately 9,000m (cubed) of raw logs are being housed onto the Ocean Orchid to be shipped to Japan for processing.Locations:British Columbia-Canada-North America-Prince RupertDate:5 Jul, 1994Credit:© Tanya Popp / GreenpeaceMaximum size:4500px X 2802pxKeywords:Actions and protests-Banners-Cargo ships-Day-Deforestation-Great Bear Rainforest (campaign title)-Greenpeace activists-Greenpeace inflatables-Inflatables (boats)-KWCI (GPI)-Logging practices-Outdoors-Small group of people-Three people-Timber-Timber industryShoot:Forests Log Export Action in Prince RupertGreenpeace protests the export of raw logs from B.C's forests with a banner, "LOG EXPORTS = JOB EXPORT". Approximately 9,000m (cubed) of raw logs are being housed onto the Ocean Orchid to be shipped to Japan for processing. Meanwhile, clearcutting of forests in the province continues unabated. Greenpeace is calling for an end to the clearcutting and the expansion of value-added processing in B.C.'s forest industry. Prince Rupert was the first stop in the No Fish No Forests No Future tour of Canada's West Coast.