Permalink: https://media.greenpeace.org/archive/-Act-for-Arctic--Ice-Ride-in-Copenhagen-27MZIF3JE4QN.htmlConceptually similar'Act for Arctic' Ice Ride in CopenhagenGP0STOMRCCompleted★★★★'Act for Arctic' Ice Ride in CopenhagenGP0STOMQSCompleted★★★★'Act for Arctic' Ice Ride in CopenhagenGP0STOMR7Completed★★★★'Act for Arctic' Ice Ride in CopenhagenGP0STOMR8Completed★★★★Save the Arctic Ice Ride in CopenhagenGP04SKGCompleted★★★★'Act for Arctic' Ice Ride in CopenhagenGP0STOMQOCompleted★★★★★★'Act for Arctic' Ice Ride in CopenhagenGP0STOMQPCompleted★★★★★★'Act for Arctic' Ice Ride in CopenhagenGP0STOMQQCompleted★★★★'Act for Arctic' Ice Ride in CopenhagenGP0STOMQRCompleted★★★★View AllGP0STOMRB'Act for Arctic' Ice Ride in CopenhagenActivists join the 'Ice Ride' and cycle through central Copenhagen to add their support to the Save The Arctic campaign. Thousands of people take to the streets in more than 30 countries across the globe to celebrate the Arctic and demand protection for this unique region of the world. The global public manifestation ‘Ice Ride’ is facilitated by Greenpeace and led forward by volunteers and partnering organisations. It comes just weeks after a global opinion poll revealed the vast majority in 30 countries on six continents support the idea of an Arctic Sanctuary in the international waters around the North Pole and wants the entire Arctic Ocean protected from oil drilling and destructive fishing.Locations:Copenhagen-Denmark-EuropeDate:3 Oct, 2014Credit:© Lars Bertelsen / GreenpeaceMaximum size:5500px X 3667pxKeywords:Actions and protests-Activists-Climate (campaign title)-Day-Face painting-Faces-KWCI (GPI)-Offshore drilling-Oil drilling-One person-Outdoors-Public engagement-Save the Arctic (campaign title)-Urban areas-WomenShoot:'Act for Arctic' Ice Ride in CopenhagenAs the Arctic sea ice reaches another historic low, thousands of people across the globe take to the streets to join in the Ice Ride, an arctic themed bicycle parade to celebrate the Arctic and to manifest the diverse and global demand for its protection as an Arctic Sanctuary.Rising global temperatures and the race for oil makes the Arctic one of the key battlegrounds of climate protection. In just two years, close to six million people have joined a global movement demanding the creation of an Arctic Sanctuary at the top of the world and a ban on offshore oil drilling and destructive fisheries in the entire Arctic Ocean.