Greenpeace is building Aurora, a giant polar bear, to lead a procession on 15th September 2013 through the streets of London to draw attention to the 2013 Sea Ice Minimum announcement and Shell's ongoing attempts to drill for oil in the Arctic as the ice recedes.
For more information on the event visit: http://action.greenpeace.org.uk/page/s/aurora
Raising the head (the size of a smart car) of Aurora the giant polar bear, using a forklift truck to test the counter weighting system inside the structural steel chassis.
© Kristian Buus / Greenpeace
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