Your browser does not support this video. Permalink: https://media.greenpeace.org/archive/-2thePole--Mission-Accomplished---International-Version-27MZIFVFJH3A.htmlConceptually similar#2thePole: Mission Accomplished - English VersionGP04JT2Completed★★★★#2thePole: Kiera KolsonGP04J15Completed★★★★#2thePole: Renny BijouxGP04J13Completed★★★★#2thePole: Josefina SkerkGP04J14Completed★★★★#2 The Pole: The Trek On The IceGP04KVZCompleted★★★★North Pole Expedition ClipreelGP04KVYCompleted★★★★Flag for the Future' Lowered to North Pole SeabedGP04JT4Completed★★★★★★Ezra Miller Training B-rollGP04JNCCompleted★★★★Arctic Guides - Clean VersionGP04EWPCompleted★★★★View AllGP04JT3#2thePole: Mission Accomplished - International VersionThe team of explorers that set off for the North Pole on April 7th 2013 have reached their destination after spending a week on the Arctic sea ice. At the top of the world, they have deployed a pod carrying the Flag for the Future and a time capsule with the names of nearly three million people on the North Pole seabed. International version (no titles).Locations:Arctic-North PoleDate:14 Apr, 2013Credit:© GreenpeaceDuration:1m37sAudio format:Mix Minus VOProduction Type :WEB VIDEORestrictions:Music track "Get Ready" from AllMusic.nl. Cleared for all media and perpetuity. Pod animation created by LA based production company Dirty Robber - taken from #2thePole Amateur Explorers trailer.Keywords:Actions and protests-Actors-Celebrities-Climate (campaign title)-Climate change-Flags-Greenpeace activists-Greenpeace campaigners-Ice-KWCI (GPI)-Oceans (campaign title)-Offshore drilling-Oil (Industry)-Save the Arctic (campaign title)-Snow-Team Aurora-Time capsules-Underwater shotsShoot:North Pole ExpeditionA Greenpeace team treks to the North Pole to lower a glass time capsule containing the 2.7 million names of supporters and plant a 'Flag for the Future' onto the seabed. The trek is part of an ongoing campaign calling for a sanctuary to be declared around the pristine & uninhabited area surrounding the North Pole.