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Inside Greenpeace

Inside Greenpeace takes you to the heart of Greenpeace's world in its epic journey to protect our planet. Through immersive sounds, stories and encounters, become part of Greenpeace and the movement for a sustainable and equitable world, and enjoy the inspiring stories that make change happen.

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Warning: This podcast is a series podcast

This means episodes are recommended to be heard in order from the very start. Here's the 10 best episodes of the series anyway though!

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EP5 - Outro

Since its early days in 1971, Greenpeace (at the time called “Do not make a wave” committee) has believed in making the invisible, visible, for instance while protesting against the American nuclear tests in Amchitka, an island off the coast of Alaska. Almost 50 years later, Greenpeace is still at sea documenting marine ecosystems and shedding light on the threats they face. With the voices of Lambert Wilson, Edina Ifticene (Oceans campaigner at Greenpeace France), Thiago Almeida (Climate & Energy campaigner at Greenpeace Brazil), Amandine Bordin (Scientific observer - GEPOG) Music by Alessandro Montanari and Renato Rinaldi, recorded aboard the Esperanza This podcast is made possible by Greenpeace France and directed by Antoine Bertin.

7mins

23 Nov 2019

Rank #1

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EP4 - Whale, whale !

"Hello everybody!" You are still aboard the Esperanza. The temperature is 33 degrees Celsius and today we saw humpback whales. Even better, we heard them singing. With the voices of Lambert Wilson, Olivier Van Canneyt (Marine Biologist at PELAGIS observatory - University of La Rochelle - CNRS), Renato Rinaldi (Marine Biologist & Hydrophone Specialist- Association Evasion tropicale), Sophie Vergne (Operations Lead at Greenpeace France) Underwater recordings by Renato Rinaldi. Music by Alessandro Montanari and Renato Rinaldi, recorded aboard the Esperanza. This podcast is made possible by Greenpeace France and directed by Antoine Bertin

9mins

24 Nov 2019

Rank #2

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EP3 - Ottopilot

You are invited behind the scenes on board the Esperanza to meet the main characters of our expedition off the coast of French Guiana: Vlad (the captain), Ana Paula (bosun), Alessandro (deckhand), and a certain Otto. With the voices of Lambert Wilson, Mariano Rauleti (3rd mate) Vladimir Votiacov (Captain of Esperanza), Ana Paula Maciel (Bosun), Jaqueline Zamora (Deckhand), Ian Rogers (3rd Engineer) and Alessandro Montanari (Deckhand). Music by Alessandro Montanari and Renato Rinaldi, recorded aboard the Esperanza. This podcast is made possible by Greenpeace France and directed by Antoine Bertin. For  those among you who would like to know the exact dimensions of the rudder of Esperanza, and how the captain manages to control the ship with one hand, go to the Instagram account of Greenpeace France: @Greenpeace_France.

11mins

25 Nov 2019

Rank #3

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EP2 - Tree log or sperm whale ?

Watching, all day long. From 6.30am to 6pm, marine biologists scan the horizon and list absolutely everything they spot: cetaceans, seabirds, fish ... Guianese waters are bursting with life. With the voices of Lambert Wilson, Han Bum Ryu (2nd mate), Ghislain Doremus (marine biologist at PELAGIS observatory - University of La Rochelle - CNRS), Olivier Van Canneyt (marine biologist at PELAGIS observatory - University of La Rochelle - CNRS), Renato Rinaldi (marine Biologist - Association Evasion Tropicale), Amandine Bordin (Scientific Observer - GEPOG), Margot Van-Houcke (Scientific Observer - GEPOG), Till Seindensticker (Radio Operator), Jaqueline Zamora (Deckhand), Alessandro Montanari (Deckhand). Music by Alessandro Montanari and Renato Rinaldi, recorded aboard the Esperanza. This podcast is made possible by Greenpeace France and directed by Antoine Bertin.

10mins

26 Nov 2019

Rank #4

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EP1 - All Aboard

Cast off into the open ocean: Esperanza takes off for two weeks in French Guianese waters. Objective: a better knowledge of the marine biodiversity in the region. Greenpeace teams up with scientists from CNRS and calls for strong and ambitious ocean conservation. With the voices of Lambert Wilson, Edina Ifticene (Oceans campaigner at Greenpeace France), Vladimir Votiacov (Captain of the Esperanza), Adrian Arauz (1st Mate), Ana Paula Maciel (Bosun), Daniel Bravo (Cook), Ian Rogers (3rd engineer) and Renato Rinaldi (Cetaceans expert - Association Evasion Tropicale). Music by Alessandro Montanari and Renato Rinaldi, recorded aboard the Esperanza. This podcast is made possible by Greenpeace France and directed by Antoine Bertin

9mins

27 Nov 2019

Rank #5