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Andreas Sodo, the Rainbow Warrior's thrid engineer has been with Greenpeace for years. He stands with the main engine, which has the highest environmental standards (IMO Tier-II) given to engines. They use the main engine when they need to move quickly, into the wind or through a storm. The engine has a system to re-use engine heat to make the ships hot water. (Deborah Svoboda/KQED)

Andreas Sodo, the Rainbow Warrior’s thrid engineer has been with Greenpeace for years. He stands with the main engine, which has the highest environmental standards (IMO Tier-II) given to engines. They use the main engine when they need to move quickly, into the wind or through a storm. The engine has a system to re-use engine heat to make the ships hot water. (Deborah Svoboda/KQED)

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Andreas Sodo, the Rainbow Warrior’s thrid engineer has been with Greenpeace for years. He stands with the main engine, which has the highest environmental standards (IMO Tier-II) given to engines. They use the main engine when they need to move quickly, into the wind or through a storm. The engine has a system to re-use engine heat to make the ships hot water. (Deborah Svoboda/KQED)