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We are deeply sorry for this We fully understand that this looks bad Rather than relay an urgent message of hope and possibility to the leaders gathering at the Lima UN climate talks we came across as careless and crass We have now met with the Peru ID: 36067 Download Pdf

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Lima Peru December Greenpeace releases the following apology about the Nazca Lines protest on December th Without reservation Greenpeace apologises to the people of Peru for the offence caused by o

We are deeply sorry for this We fully understand that this looks bad Rather than relay an urgent message of hope and possibility to the leaders gathering at the Lima UN climate talks we came across as careless and crass We have now met with the Peru

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Lima, Peru, 10 December 2014 Greenpeace releases the following apology about the Nazca Lines protest on December 8th: Without reservation Greenpeace apologises to the people of Peru for the offence caused by our recent activity laying a message of hope at the site of the historic Nazca Lines. We are deeply sorry for this. We fully understand that this looks bad. Rather than relay an urgent message of hope and possibility to the leaders gathering at the Lima UN climate talks, we came across as careless and crass. We have now met with the Peruvian Culture Ministry responsible

for the site to offer an apology. We welcome any independent review of the con sequences of our activity. We will cooperate fully with any investigation. We take personal responsibility for actions, and are committed to nonviolence. Greenpeace is accountable for its activities and willing to face fair and reasonable consequences. Dr Kumi Niadoo, the International Executive Director of Greenpeace, will travel to Lima this week, to personally apologise for the offence caused by the activity and represent the organisation in any on going discussions with the Peruvian authorities. Gre enpeace will

immediately stop any further use of the offending images.