THE iconic Greenpeace vessel, Rainbow Warrior, has docked in the port of Malaga as part of a European ‘change energy, not climate’ tour.
Scientists and youth groups have been welcomed aboard the eco-campaigners flagship to discuss ways to tackle climate change.
The ‘change energy, not climate’ campaign will see the purpose-built yacht dock in eight countries and 14 ports.
European governments have not been ‘acting with the urgency or necessary ambition’ on the issue, a statement by the group said.
The international crew have also organised tours for members of the public who are curious what life is like on-board.
Rainbow Warrior is the third such-named ship in the Greenpeace fleet, with the original vessel bombed and sunk by French intelligence services in 1985.
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