Your browser does not support this video. Permalink: https://media.greenpeace.org/archive/Spanish-Navy-Rams-Greenpeace-Inflatables-in-Oil-Protest-27MZIFJ6I1I1I.htmlConceptually similarSpanish Navy Rams Greenpeace Inflatables in Oil ProtestGP0STOPLTCompleted★★★★★★Captain Joel Stewart Communicates with Spanish WarshipGP0STOPLWCompleted★★★★Protest Against Repsol in Canary IslandsGP0STOPLXCompleted★★★★★★★No War Action Rota Naval BaseGP0STOB9CCompleted★★★★Inflatables Navy Ship near Rig GP03XAACompleted★★★★Activists Transfer to EsperanzaGP03X3BCompleted★★★★Navy Ends Leiv Eiriksson Rig Occupation GP03XCSCompleted★★★★Danish Warship F359 in the Arctic 2GP03X78Completed★★★★Confronting Asian Longliner in Canary IslandsGP03IE8Completed★★★★View AllGP0STPMWMSpanish Navy Rams Greenpeace Inflatables in Oil ProtestImages filmed from the Rowan platform.Members of the Spanish Navy approach Greenpeace activists aboard inflatables, during a protest against the Repsol oil company's plans to drill off the coast of the Canary Islands. During the protest, the activists are aggressively intercepted and rammed repeatedly by three Spanish Navy boats from the Navy patrol ship ‘Relámpago’ (P43) which has been escorting the ‘Rowan Renaissance.' One activist, an Italian woman aged 23, suffers a broken leg and is evacuated to hospital in Las Palmas by the Spanish Navy. Another activist is treated on board the ‘Arctic Sunrise’ for minor cuts.Locations:Canary Islands-Europe-North Atlantic Ocean-SpainDate:15 Nov, 2014Credit:Copyright unknownDuration:2m54sAudio format:NaturalKeywords:Actions and protests-Climate (campaign title)-Conflict-Danger-Drillships-Force-Greenpeace activists-Greenpeace inflatables-KWCI (GPI)-Military vessels-MY Arctic Sunrise-Navy-Oceans (campaign title)-Oceans (topography)-Offshore drilling-Oil (fossil fuel)-Oil (Industry)-Repsol-ViolenceShoot:Protest against Repsol in Canary IslandsThe Arctic Sunrise is protesting Repsol's plans to drill for offshore oil close to the popular Canary Islands tourist destinations of Fuerteventura and Lanzarote. An oil spill in the Canary Islands would be devastating for the environment and the economy of these popular tourist spots. During an action, one activist is hospitalised and another injured as Spanish Navy boats repeatedly ram Greenpeace boats engaged in a peaceful protest.