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Greenpeace sails into Sydney

(ROUGH CUT ONLY - NO REPORTER NARRATION) The environmental campaign group Greenpeace welcomed its flagship, the Rainbow Warrior, in Sydney on Friday (March 22), promising to help save the Great Barrier Reef from industrialisation. The group said the new Rainbow Warrior, on its maiden voyage to Australia, is one of few vessels too tall to sail under the Sydney Harbour Bridge. Its hi-tech rig includes two A-frame masts, 54m high, that allow air to flow over the sails without interruption. "Wherever the Rainbow Warrior travels all over the world it is a symbol of hope and determination and having the Rainbow Warrior here in Australia to confront the out-of-control coal industry undoubtedly brings a lift to a campaign that tens of thousands of Australians are already part of, tens of thousands of Australians who say it is not okay to industrialise our Great Barrier Reef. It is not okay to tip our climate over the edge," Ritter said. UNESCO will decide in June whethe

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