6 Greenpeace activists unfurl a 20x30 metre banner, with a message ‘Save the Arctic 100% Renewable Energy’, from the top of a building in central Bangkok to join the global call to save the Arctic. Greenpeace activists, climbers and mountaineers in more than 20 countries will take action and climb iconic mountain peaks and buildings all over the world, to demand that governments respond to the global outcry to make the creation of a protected Arctic Sanctuary a top priority.Greenpeace also revealed an international polling, showing that 74 percent of people worldwide support the creation of a protected sanctuary in the international waters surrounding the North Pole.  In Thailand, 76 percent say they 'agree' and 'strongly agree' that Governments should create a protected area in the Arctic Ocean around the North Pole, to prove sanctuary for animals and other marine life.In the past two months, more than 800 influential people have signed on to a new high level document called the Arctic Declaration [4], including Archbishop Desmond Tutu, actor Emma Thompson, and former and current environment ministers in the Arctic countries. In the coming weeks, delegations lead by Greenpeace will present these demands along with the list of signatories to Arctic States embassies all over the world.

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6 Greenpeace activists unfurl a 20x30 metre banner, with a message ‘Save the Arctic 100% Renewable Energy’, from the top of a building in central Bangkok to join the global call to save the Arctic. Greenpeace activists, climbers and mountaineers in more than 20 countries will take action and climb iconic mountain peaks and buildings all over the world, to demand that governments respond to the global outcry to make the creation of a protected Arctic Sanctuary a top priority.Greenpeace also revealed an international polling, showing that 74 percent of people worldwide support the creation of a protected sanctuary in the international waters surrounding the North Pole.  In Thailand, 76 percent say they 'agree' and 'strongly agree' that Governments should create a protected area in the Arctic Ocean around the North Pole, to prove sanctuary for animals and other marine life.In the past two months, more than 800 influential people have signed on to a new high level document called the Arctic Declaration [4], including Archbishop Desmond Tutu, actor Emma Thompson, and former and current environment ministers in the Arctic countries. In the coming weeks, delegations lead by Greenpeace will present these demands along with the list of signatories to Arctic States embassies all over the world.

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