Stockholm, Sweden, July 20, 2012. Greenpeace activists protest at a Shell gas station in Stockholm, Sweden, against Shell's plan to drill for oil in the Arctic seas off the coast of Alaska this summer. The activists, some of them dressed as polar bears, subvertised Shell's logo and covered the ground with black polar bear paw prints, to symbolise black oil paw prints on the Arctic ice. --------------------------------------Stockholm, Sverige, den 20 juli 2012.Greenpeaceaktivister klädda som isbjörnar protesterar vid en av Shells bensinstationer i Stockholm mot Shells oljeborrningar norr om Alaska. Aktivisterna omdekorerar Shells logga och målar svarta avtryck från isbjörnsramar på asfalten.

Photo | July 20, 2012

Greenpeace activists dressed as polar bears protest at a Shell petrol station in Malmö against Shell's plan to drill for oil in the Arctic seas off the coast of Alaska this summer. They display a banner reading "Get the Shell out of the Arctic".07/20/2012