Your browser does not support this video. Permalink: https://media.greenpeace.org/archive/Q-orianka-Kilcher-Joins-Action-in-Brazil-27MZIFVPJM79.htmlConceptually similarUN Forest Hero Occupies Pig Iron VesselGP04D4FCompleted★★★★'Clipper Hope' Occupation in BrazilGP04D4ECompleted★★★★'Clipper Hope' Occupation in BrazilGP04D4LCompleted★★★★UN Forest Hero Occupies Pig Iron VesselGP04D4MCompleted★★★★Action Against 'Clipper Hope' in BrazilGP04D4JCompleted★★★★Action Against 'Clipper Hope' in BrazilGP04D4KCompleted★★★★Sao Luis Pig Iron Action To DateGP04D4ICompleted★★★★★★Suspension of Clipper Hope OccupationGP04D4HCompleted★★★★Amazon Rainbow Warrior Tour 2012 ClipreelGP0467BCompleted★★★★★★★View AllGP04D4GQ'orianka Kilcher Joins Action in Brazil22 year old actress Q'orianka Kilcher, occupies the anchor chain of the "Clipper Hope" cargo ship and holds a banner reading 'Dilma, Desliga a Motoserra (President Dilma, turn off the chainsaw)' & 'Amazon Crime'. Activists are preventing the departure of the ship from the Amazon to the USA, where its cargo of pig iron will be used to make steel for the US car industry. Greenpeace is taking action to expose serious crimes in the production of Brazilian pig iron (an intermediate product in the steelmaking process) including slave labour, deforestation and the invasion of indigenous lands.Locations:Brazil-Maranhão-São Luis-South AmericaDate:21 May, 2012Credit:© GreenpeaceDuration:2m26sAudio format:NaturalProduction Type :NEWS ACCESSKeywords:Actions and protests-Activists-Actors-Automotive industry-Banners-Cargo ships-Celebrities-Climbing actions-Climbing equipment-Deforestation-Forests (campaign title)-Greenpeace activists-Greenpeace inflatables-Hard hats-Iron ore mining-KWCI (GPI)-MY Rainbow Warrior III-Occupation actions-Ports-Rainforests-Steelmaking industry-Women-Zero Deforestation (campaign title)Shoot:Amazon Rainbow Warrior Tour 2012The new flagship Rainbow Warrior kicks off an expedition from the heart of the Amazon down the coast of Brazil to Rio de Janeiro. The ship sets sail just three months before the global spotlight is cast on President Dilma as she hosts the UN Conference on Sustainable Development in Rio de Janeiro. The expedition documents cases of deforestation, highlights examples of sustainable solutions and collects voter support for the Zero Deforestation law.