Permalink: https://media.greenpeace.org/archive/-Arctic-Rising--in-Berlin-27MZIFVY4VOF.htmlConceptually similar'Arctic Rising' in BerlinGP044TCCompleted★★★★'Arctic Rising' in BerlinGP044TDCompleted★★★★'Arctic Rising' in BerlinGP044TACompleted★★★★'Arctic Rising' in BerlinGP044TBCompleted★★★★'Arctic Rising' in BerlinGP044O1Completed★★★★'Arctic Rising' in BerlinGP0454QCompleted★★★★'Arctic Rising' in BerlinGP044NUCompleted★★★★'Arctic Rising' in BerlinGP044NVCompleted★★★★'Arctic Rising' in BerlinGP044NWCompleted★★★★View AllGP044TE'Arctic Rising' in BerlinA Greenpeace activist, dressed as a polar bear, protests in front of the Brandenburg Gate in Berlin. He demands immediate global action to protect the Arctic and holds a sign reading "Schützt die Arktis (Save The Arctic)." The activity is part of the 'Arctic Rising' actions which follow the rising sun across the globe on the longest day, June 21st. Greenpeace is campaigning for a global sanctuary around the north pole, and a ban on oil drilling and unsustainable fishing in the wider Arctic.In original language:Eisbaer in BerlinGreenpeace Eisbaer Isbjoern protestiert vor dem Brandenburger Tor in Berlin gegen den Klimawandel. Er haelt Schilder mit der Aufschrift "Schuetzt die Arktis" und "Save the Arctic".Locations:Berlin-Brandenburg Gate-Europe-GermanyDate:21 Jun, 2012Credit:© Gordon Welters / GreenpeaceMaximum size:5616px X 3744pxKeywords:Actions and protests-Animal likeness-Climate (campaign title)-Day-Federal buildings-Fishing (Industry)-Greenpeace activists-Iconic Landmarks-KWCI (GPI)-Offshore drilling-Oil (fossil fuel)-Oil (Industry)-Outdoors-Polar bears-Save the Arctic (campaign title)-Signs-Street theatre actions-Theatrical costumesShoot:'Arctic Rising' in BerlinA Greenpeace activist, disguised as a polar bear, protests in different locations throughout Berlin. The polar bear demands immediate global action to protect the Arctic. The activity is part of the 'Arctic Rising' where polar bears descend on famous buildings and landmarks across the world. The global actions follow the rising sun across the globe on the longest day, June 21st. On this day the sun never sets on the Arctic. Greenpeace is campaigning for a global sanctuary around the north pole, and a ban on oil drilling and unsustainable fishing in the wider Arctic.