1998Niaz Dorry was picked by Time Magazine as “Hero of the Planet.”People and Communities, Notable People

Niaz Dorry, Greenpeace Fisheries Campaigner in Gloucester, 1997, copyright Lysa Leland / Greenpeace, https://media.greenpeace.org/archive/Niaz-Dorry-Fisheries-Campaigner-27MZIFIIXS68.html
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Dorry helped organize Greenpeace’s Fish Bus Tour ’98, a 30-city caravan that crossed America from Seattle to Cape Cod promoting a campaign against factory fishing trawlers.She was jailed in 1992 for a demonstration in which she and 75 people scaled a fence at a hazardous-waste incinerator in East Liverpool, Ohio. She also helped plan the 1994 stunt in which Greenpeacers climbed the side of the Time & Life Building in New York City and hung a banner from the 20th floor decrying the use of chlorine in the making of paper.

Skow, John. “Niaz Dorry: To Oppose Overfishing, a Protester Tries Persuasion.” Time, 5 Oct. 1998, https://content.time.com/time/subscriber/article/0,33009,989222,00.html.
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