Your browser does not support this video. Permalink: https://media.greenpeace.org/archive/Nuclear-Waste-and-MOX-in-New-Mexico-27MDHU6QM7.htmlConceptually similarAcción de perforación petrolera en aguas profundas en MéxicoGP04PIKCompleted★★★★Hot Air Balloon for COP16 in MexicoGP03X9VCompleted★★★★Hope Lifebelt at COP16GP03X9TCompleted★★★★Glacier National Park Time Lapse in MontanaGP0STOIKUCompleted★★★★★★Mexico REDD Forest FeatureGP03XCFCompleted★★★★Oil Tankers off California Coast (USCG Video)GP1STVQACompleted★★★★Second Fire Drill Friday in California - Demonstration Clipreel (Aerials)GP0STUN5YCompleted★★★★Clipreel: Washington, DC BrollGP0STOPL7Completed★★★★Oil Spill and Surrounding AreaGP03XDNCompleted★★★★★★View AllGP11DGNuclear Waste and MOX in New MexicoNuclear waste facilities and MOX container in a laboratory in Los Alamos, New Mexico.Locations:Los Alamos-New Mexico-North America-United States of AmericaDate:1 Jan, 2005Credit:© Los Alamos National Laboratory (LANL)Duration:13sAudio format:MuteProduction Type :B-ROLLRestrictions:Los Alamos National Laboratory (LANL) footage is public domain and can be used freely but not sold.Keywords:Aerial view-KWCI (GPI)-Laboratories-Manual workers-MOX nuclear fuel-Nuclear (campaign title)-Nuclear waste-Public Domain (license type)-United States GovernmentShoot:Rainbow Warrior Bombing - 20th Anniversary (Videos)Videos marking the 20th anniversary of the bombing of the Greenpeace flagship, the Rainbow Warrior, by agents of the French government in Auckland Harbour, New Zealand. On the night of July 10 1985 the Rainbow Warrior had been docked in harbour for three days while preparations for the protest voyage to the nuclear test site at Moruroa Atoll were finalised. Just before midnight two bombs exploded sinking the ship and killing cameraman Fernando Pereira. Shoot includes an interview with Peter Willcox, Rainbow Warrior Captain in 1985. Also includes two stories about the voyages by Greenpeace's yacht Vega, skippered by David McTaggart, into the French exclusion zone around the Moruroa Atoll in 1972 and 1973 to protest against French nuclear testing and in 1981, nearly ten years later, the Vega returns once again to Moruroa to protest at France's continued detonation (now underwater) of neutron bombs that have blown one side off the atoll and caused a huge crack in the side to open resulting in the release of radiation into the ocean.