Permalink: https://media.greenpeace.org/archive/Volunteers-in-Bournemouth-Protest-against-Deep-Sea-Mining-27MDHU092F6.htmlConceptually similarVolunteers in Bournemouth Protest against Deep Sea MiningGP1SV3F8Completed★★★★Volunteers in Bournemouth Protest against Deep Sea MiningGP1SV3F7Completed★★★★★Volunteers in Poole Protest against Deep Sea MiningGP1SV3FCCompleted★★★★Volunteers in Swanage Protest against Deep Sea MiningGP1SV3FDCompleted★★★★Volunteers at Corfe Castle Protest against Deep Sea MiningGP1SV3FECompleted★★★★Volunteers in Swanage Protest against Deep Sea MiningGP1SV3FFCompleted★★★★Volunteers in Wareham Protest against Deep Sea MiningGP1SV3FGCompleted★★★★Volunteers in Belfast Protest against Deep Sea MiningGP1SV3YWCompleted★★★★Volunteers in Belfast Protest against Deep Sea MiningGP1SV3YXCompleted★★★★View AllGP1SV3F9Volunteers in Bournemouth Protest against Deep Sea MiningGreenpeace UK volunteers in Bournemouth take part in a nationwide protest calling for the UK Government to ban deep sea mining. These images will be sent directly to Government to make it clear that people across the UK do not support plans to rip up the ocean floor for profit.Locations:Dorset-Europe-United KingdomDate:24 Apr, 2021Credit:© GreenpeaceMaximum size:4032px X 3024pxKeywords:Actions and protests-Babies (0-2)-Banners-Beaches-Day-Deep sea mining-Greenpeace volunteers-KWCI (GPI)-Oceans (campaign title)-Outdoors-Seas-Two peopleShoot:Volunteers Protest against Deep Sea Mining in the UKVolunteers from Greenpeace UK take part in a nationwide protest calling for the UK Government to ban deep sea mining. Volunteers photographed home made banners at different locations. These images will be sent directly to Government to make it clear that people across the UK do not support plans to rip up the ocean floor for profit. This nationwide banner protest is the latest step in the campaign to protect our oceans. Earlier in the year local volunteers hosted online screenings of Greenpeace’s docu-series Ocean Witness, and hundreds of people tweeted the Foreign Office Minister Zac Goldsmith about the need for a strong Global Ocean Treaty.