Permalink: https://media.greenpeace.org/archive/Greenpeace-Oceans-Award-in-The-Hague--27MZIFL6MSGZ.htmlConceptually similarGreenpeace Oceans Award in The Hague GP01J5MCompleted★★★★Down to Zero Tour in the North SeaGP047R7Completed★★★★★★"Dirtiest Advertisement Award 2022" in the NetherlandsGP1SWWFUCompleted★★★★"Dirtiest Advertisement Award 2022" in the NetherlandsGP1SWWFXCompleted★★★★"Dirtiest Advertisement Award 2022" in the NetherlandsGP1SWWG1Completed★★★★MY Arctic Sunrise in Scheveningen HarbourGP01NA4Completed★★★★Movie Performance an Inconvenient Truth at Arctic Sunrise in Scheveningen HarbourGP01NA2Completed★★★★★★"Dirtiest Advertisement Award 2022" in the NetherlandsGP1SWWFZCompleted★★★★"Dirtiest Advertisement Award 2022" in the NetherlandsGP1SWWFSCompleted★★★★View AllGP01J5NGreenpeace Oceans Award in The Hague Greenpeace International video producer Martin Atkin presents the Greenpeace Oceans Award to Leandro Blanco for his winning movie "One for All". Unfortunately Leandro Blanco is not there to receive the price, but he is present by phone.In original language:Greenpeace Oceans Award in Den Haag Greenpeace Internation video producer Martin Atkin reikt de Greenpeace Oceans Award uit aan Leandro Blanco voor zijn winnende film "One for All". Leandro Blanco kan de prijs niet persoonlijk in ontvangst nemen, maar hij is wel telefonisch aanwezig.Locations:Europe, West Europe-Netherlands-The HagueDate:2 Dec, 2007Credit:© Greenpeace / Joël van HoudtMaximum size:3189px X 2126pxKeywords:Award ceremonies-Ceremonies-Festivals-Greenpeace staff-Indoors-KWCI (GPI)-Oceans (campaign title)-Three peopleShoot:Greenpeace Oceans Award in The Hague the NetherlandsGreenpeace has introduced a new award, the Greenpeace Oceans Award. Greenpeace fights for almost 30 years for the conservation of the oceans. This has been threatened by overfishing, pollution and climate change. The movie qualified for the Award must make the public aware of the importance of the protection of the oceans. A professional jury makes a preselection of 40 underwater movies to be shown at the North Sea Film Festival in The Hague. Finally Greenpeace Netherlands and Greenpeace International select the Award winning movie. This year 'One for All' by Leandro Blanco is the lucky one.