Archived material for the Greenpeace climate campaign
While the world's nations talked about the Kyoto protocol and how to stop climate change at a conference in India, Greenpeace took action to stop the world's #1 climate criminal in an entire nation.
Greenpeace activist (and International Executive Director) Gerd Leipold. Greenpeace shut down the Esso station in Wasserbillig, on the border of Luxembourg and Germany, as part of a nationwide protest.
Greenpeace activists erect a statue of liberty replica to block an Esso petrol station for business in Esch, Luxembourg today. More than 600 volunteers from around the world are shutting down oil company Esso in the European country of Luxembourg...
These Esso pumps that usually pump out the cheapest petrol in Europe will stand still today.
Greenpeace activists shut down the Esso station in Wasserbillig, on the border of Luxembourg and Germany, as part of a nationwide protest.
Greenpeace activists Ralf Mannstedt and Sylvia Krautstein from Germany chain up one of the many pumps at the Esso station in Wasserbillig.
Instead of cars lined up at the pumps, Thomas from Germany and other activist are lined up chained to the pumps at the Esso station in Wasserbillig.
Culture jamming the Esso logo at the entrance to a large station near the Germany-Luxembourg border in Wasserbillig.
The glowing lights and a cold rain greeted activists just after five in the morning as they arrived at Esso stations across Luxembourg to shut down the number one climate criminal for the day.
Neither rain, nor sleet, or the oil gaint Esso will keep Semiah from helping shut down all of Luxembourg's Esso stations.
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