Polar Bear at Shell CEO's Home

Photo | 8 August, 2012

A polar bear, whose Arctic home is under threat, packs his bags and travels to the home of Shell CEO Peter Voser. Unfortunately, the CEO is not home and as the police arrive, he is forced to seek shelter elsewhere. Greenpeace is drawing attention to Shell's plants to start drilling in the Alaskan Arctic this summer, despite the fact the extreme cold, the threat from passing icebergs, the poor visibility and the remoteness greatly raises the risk of a spill.07/13/2012

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