Permalink: https://media.greenpeace.org/archive/King-George-Island-27MZIFLMUBHZ.htmlConceptually similarAdmiralty Bay, King George islandGP014ODCompleted★★★★Admiralty Bay, King George islandGP0VYNCompleted★★★★Admiralty Bay, King George islandGP0484Completed★★★★Whalebone spine on beachGP0AC9Completed★★★★Brazilian Base 'Commandante Ferraz'GP0G1WCompleted★★★★Whalebone Spine in AntarcticaGP0STRAKZCompleted★★★★★★Admiralty Bay. King George IslandGP0202ICompleted★★★★Sunset in AntarcticaGP0STRALDCompleted★★★★★★Brazilian base. King George Island, Antarctica.GP017J6Completed★★★★★★View AllGP0202WKing George IslandCemetery of British Base G as seen from Brazil's Ferraz Station, Admiralty Bay, King George IslandLocations:Admiralty Bay-Antarctic-Antarctica-King George IslandDate:1 Jan, 1990Credit:© Greenpeace / Robin CulleyMaximum size:7500px X 4868pxKeywords:Antarctica World Park (campaign title)-Buildings-Day-Graves-Ice-KWCI (GPI)-Outdoors-Snow-Sun-Toxics (campaign title)Shoot:Antarctica Expedition 1989/90Antarctica expedition 89/90. Palmer Base (US).In 1987 Greenpeace established the ‘World Park Base’ in Antarctica which stayed until 1991. The base was part of a 7 year campaign which concluded successfully with the Environmental protocol to the Antarctic treaty, an essential first step to protect the last (almost) untouched continent on this planet.