Action At Shell Oil Refinery, Fredericia, Denmark

Greenpeace activists protest at the Shell oil refinery in Fredericia, Denmark, to expose the company's ‘true face’ in the Arctic. The activists hang a banner on one of the chimneys reading: 'Save The Arctic', while others climb to the top of a silo to rebrand Shell's logo. Shell is leading the oil companies’ drive into the Arctic, exposing the vulnerable environment in Greenland and the Arctic to damaging oil spills.

Greenpeace activists scale the perimeter fence of the Shell oil refinery in Fredericia, Denmark.

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