Arctic Home (For Greenpeace, 2016)
The Greenpeace ship Arctic Sunrise left the port of St. John’s, Newfoudland, bound for Clyde River, Nunavut. On board were her crew, campaign team, technicians, academics and Inuit leaders. The plan was to deliver and install a set of solar panels in Clyde, while building a relationship between Greenpeace and the community. The hope was to unite in the fight against seismic blasting in and around Baffin Bay. The missed was codenamed Arctic Home.
After a direct action training day, attending members of the Clyde River community were asked why they have committed to fight against seismic blasting.