Permalink: https://photo.greenpeace.org/archive/Rainbow-Warrior-s-Water-System-27MZIFJX5VI05.htmlConceptually similarRainbow Warrior's Water SystemGP0STRZQFCompleted★★★★Rainbow Warrior's Water SystemGP0STRZQTCompleted★★★★Inside Rainbow WarriorGP0STRZQYCompleted★★★★Rainbow Warrior's Water SystemGP0STRZQVCompleted★★★★Rainbow Warrior's Water SystemGP0STRZQQCompleted★★★★Engine Room Inside Rainbow WarriorGP0STRZQRCompleted★★★★Chief Engineer inside Rainbow WarriorGP0STRZQUCompleted★★★★Rainbow Warrior's Water SystemGP0STRZQZCompleted★★★★Rainbow Warrior's Machine SystemGP0STRZQSCompleted★★★★View AllGP0STRZQWRainbow Warrior's Water SystemSecond Engineer Luiz Vasquez checking the water system on Greenpeace ship Rainbow Warrior. The machine processes sea water into freshwater that can be used for daily needs on the Rainbow Warrior. Rainbow Warrior's Water System.Locations:Central Java-Indonesia-Karimunjava-Southeast AsiaDate:5 May, 2018Credit:© Rosa Panggabean / GreenpeaceMaximum size:4000px X 2670pxKeywords:Climate (campaign title)-Day-Greenpeace crew-Indoors-KWCI (GPI)-Machinery-Men-MY Rainbow Warrior III-One person-WaterShoot:‘Coral Not Coal' Direct Action at Karimunjava Archipelago in Java Sea (by R. Panggabean)Activists from the Greenpeace ship Rainbow Warrior intercept barges carrying coal from mines in Kalimantan to power plants in Java, Indonesia. The barges are targeted as they pass through the stunning Karimunjawa archipelago, in protest against the damage being done to coral reefs in the area.Since January 2018, there have been three incidents where coal barges have damaged the reefs. In early 2017, hundreds of square meters of coral were destroyed by five barges taking shelter during storms.