绿色和平组织在改变态度和有影响力的行业前景和政府的做法向海洋中倾倒废物1990年后期几乎和几乎抑制了(TheFreeDictionary.com,2015:234 – 236)。那些仍然发现沉溺于这种做法是防守解决而为自己的行为羞愧公开批评他们。唯一地方当时的绿色和平组织缺乏工作从陆地向海洋排放和排放的产业,这是一个严重关切的问题。
Greenpeace is a peace and environmental establishment in the United States of America that is also a part of the global environmental organization. The organization is spread all around the world in the name of Greenpeace International in more than 40 countries and has a special place in the U.S as well. The work of the organization in executing the environmental strategies globally through campaigns and other works is pivotal and helpful to the work for which they are funded by donors.
The role of Greenpeace in the U.S was substantial in managing wastes in the U.S during the years 1970, 1980 and 1990. Unless the Greenpeace had enacted the second act of theirs the prevailing bans on wastage dumping and disposal would have not been in force. Further the campaign of Greenpeace to preserve and protect oceans from dumping waste into the water bodies was also popular in the history of environmental sciences (Epa.gov, 2015:15-18). The organization has played a wonderful role in maintaining international relations with this campaign on ocean dumping gaining international acceptance.
Greenpeace was influential in changing the attitude and outlook of the industries and governments with the practice of dumping wastes into the ocean post the 1990 period being practically and almost curbed (TheFreeDictionary.com, 2015:234-236). Those who were still found indulging in this practice were defensively tackled and put to shame for their actions by publicly criticising them. The only area where the Greenpeace lacked to work on then was the emissions and discharges from the land into the oceans by the industries that was a matter of grave concern then.