Greenpeace encourages the reproduction and distribution of all original materials hosted at http://www.greenpeace.org. However, it’s important to know a few ground rules.
Materials on this website are free to use for personal or educational purposes.
If you want screen shots to use in a text book, or you want to reproduce an article in your community newsletter, there’s no need to ask, provided you read and abide by the following advice from the folks over in our legal department.
The Greenpeace logo
“Greenpeace”, including the Greenpeace logo, and “Rainbow Warrior” are internationally registered trade marks of Stichting Greenpeace Council.
Use of both trade marks is granted on the condition that these shall be purely for referential and non-commercial use.
The trade marks remain the exclusive property of Greenpeace, and by using them you agree that you shall not, in any way whatsoever, register or attempt to register or challenge the same.
Do not use the trade marks in any way liable to invalidate their registration; the right to use the trade marks is granted only to the extent that Greenpeace is able to do so without endangering the validity of the registrations.
If you use the logo , please include “Copyright Stichting Greenpeace Council” in the alt tag or visibly on the page.
(Our lawyers really prefer to be wrestling with environmental criminals and standing up for your right to peacefully protest, so please don’t do anything in violation of the ground rules here to distract them. They get grumpy dealing with stuff like this.)
We expressly forbid the use of any Greenpeace material appearing at this site for:
Personal or corporate gain except by express permission as noted below.
Party Political Advertising or the suggestion of endorsement by Greenpeace of any candidate for public office.
Any suggestion of Greenpeace endorsement of a product or policy where such endorsement has not explicitly been made by Greenpeace itself.
Any suggestion of Greenpeace endorsement of violence or property destruction.
Any false representation of yourself as a Greenpeace office, employee, agent, or official spokesperson.
For articles and text
If it’s Copyright Greenpeace, you’re free to use it for personal or educational use.
Please do include a note saying “Source: Greenpeace (http://www.greenpeace.org)” and reproducing any byline or copyright information in the original.
Any image which is “Copyright Greenpeace” which appears on our website can be freely copied for personal or educational use, provided you reproduce the copyright information. You can see copyright information in the full-sized pop-up of any image by clicking on the thumbnail. In some cases, images are simply Copyright Greenpeace. In others, you’ll see Copyright Greenpeace/Photographer. Please reproduce the entire copyright line.
Any other use (such as using images for personal or corporate gain) require permission from Greenpeace International Photo and Video Library (contact information appears below). Commercial use of any Greenpeace International image without permission would constitute copyright infringement and might infringe other rights.
News images of reproduction quality (around 8 megabyte in size) distributed by Greenpeace to journalists and agencies via this site are intended for use within fourteen days, and archiving of these images is strictly forbidden. After fourteen days, please contact Greenpeace at the address below:
Greenpeace Photo and Video Library
Greenpeace Licensing BV
Ottho Heldringstraat 5
1066 AZ Amsterdam
Contact person: Karen Guy, Photo Librarian
email@example.com Tel: +31 20 718 2113
Use of video is subject to the same conditions as other materials above. However, please note that not all of our videos are available for download. If you’re trying to download a video for personal or educational use, please see the help note in our Frequently Asked Questionssection here.
Video.firstname.lastname@example.org Tel: +31 20 718 2115
NB: Some images which appear at our site are reproduced by permission, and do not bear a “Copyright Greenpeace” imprimatur. Please enquire of the copyright source listed on these images for reproduction conditions.