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The Bali visit is part of its month-long Indonesian tour entitled “100% Indonesia: Protecting Our Forest And Oceans Together” that started on May 9 in Papua and will end in Jakarta on June 10. The tour also sees the launch of Greenpeace Southeast Asia’s Oceans Campaign in Indonesia with a call for all Indonesians to become “ocean defenders” and help protect their country’s seas.

While in Bali, the vessel and its crew will focus on raising awareness of environmental issues, including through discussions and a photo exhibition. The Rainbow Warrior also welcomed the public eager to see around the vessel, as well as learn about Greenpeace marine campaign activities in Indonesia.

*description above quoted from http://www.thejakartapost.com/news/2013/06/01/rainbow-warrior-visits-bali.html

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