Group Action Week at Shell Stations

Shell wants 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.

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A polar bear holds sign:"Save the Arctic!" at a Shell gas station near the Dammtorbahnhof in Hamburg, Germany. Greenpeace volunteers protest in over 40 German cities in front of Shell gas stations demanding Shell to stop the drilling for oil in the Arctic. A banners read (in German): "Shell raus aus der Arktis". A Polar bear holding sign:"Save the Arctic!". 07/14/2012

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