Company "Takeover" at Shell HQ

Photo | 8 August, 2012

A polar bear shows its support for a Greenpeace "takeover" of oil company Shell. Greenpeace is taking control of Shell with 70 activists blocking the entrances to Shellís headquarters to prevent hundreds of employees continuing their work on risky oil drillings in the Arctic. Inside, Greenpeace Netherlandsí executive director Sylvia Borren moves into the office of ìformerî Shell CEO Peter Voser, to outline a clean corporate strategy for Shell. Managed by Borren, Shell will now protect the Arctic and invest in clean energy. A polar bear stands by, showing its support for the new company goals.07/13/2012


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