Greenpeace activist on Arctic expedition: “Humans are not supposed to be in that place”
by Cassady Sharp
May 30, 2013
[caption id="attachment_18204" align="alignnone" width="600"] A Greenpeace encampment at the North Pole[/caption] In April, a dedicated team of travelers, trekked to the North Pole carrying a flag for the future, calling for an Arctic sanctuary. Not only is this region under threat from rapidly increasing climate change, but also from oil companies ready to take advantage of melting sea ice to drill for oil. Hear from one of the brave travelers, James Turner, as he tells Greenpeace Radioall about the voyage to the Arctic and why he thinks humans should stay out of there.