Permalink: https://media.greenpeace.org/archive/Action-against-Northstar-Oil-Project-at-BP-Meeting-in-London-27MZIFIEYUK.htmlConceptually similarAction against Northstar Oil Project at BP Meeting in LondonGP0U3OCompleted★★★★Action against Northstar Oil Project at BP Meeting in LondonGP0YJ7Completed★★★★Action against Northstar Oil Project at BP Meeting in LondonGP0168OCompleted★★★★Action against Northstar Oil Project at BP Meeting in LondonGP01AEUCompleted★★★★Resolution delivery at BP Amoco Headquarters in LondonGP0N75Completed★★★★Resolution delivery at BP Amoco Headquarters in LondonGP015A5Completed★★★★★★Resolution delivery at BP Amoco Headquarters in LondonGP05L6Completed★★★★North Sea BP oil platform in Forties Field.GP08QICompleted★★★★North Sea BP oil platform in Forties Field.GP017XACompleted★★★★View AllGP02I5Action against Northstar Oil Project at BP Meeting in LondonGreenpeace calls on BP Amoco's shareholders to abandon Northstar Project. London, UKLocations:England-London-United Kingdom-Western EuropeDate:12 Apr, 2000Credit:© Greenpeace / Kate DavisonMaximum size:3694px X 2480pxKeywords:Actions and protests-Amoco-British Petroleum (BP)-Climate (campaign title)-Climate change-Day-Direct communications-Energy-Fossil fuel (energy)-Global warming-KWCI (GPI)-Northstar-Oceans (campaign title)-Offshore drilling-Oil (fossil fuel)-Oil (Industry)-Oil drilling-Outdoors-Theatrical costumes-Two people-UmbrellasShoot:Action against Northstar Oil Project at BP Meeting in LondonGreenpeace members dressed as polar bears delivered a shareholder resolution to the company’s London headquarters in january 2000. The campaign focused on the inconsistency between BP’s acknowledgment of global warming on one hand and the company’s plans to expand its operations in environmentally sensitive regions. Specifically, the resolution asked BP to:Cancel any plans for oil exploration in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge in Alaska, Halt investment in Northstar, the first oil project in the Arctic Ocean off the coast of Alaska, and Redirect capital to BP Solarex, BP’s solar power subsidiary, to increase substantially its solar manufacturing capacity.At BP’s April 13, 2000 annual meeting the resolution – in a virtually unprecedented revolt by shareholders of the UK company – gained 13% of the vote. Shaken by the high tally, BP later indicated that it would consider a massive expansion of its renewable energy program.During the meeting, Greenpeace is calling on BP Amoco to abandon its Northstar Project, the first offshore oil production facility in the Arctic Ocean.