Permalink: https://media.greenpeace.org/archive/Action-at-BHP-Billiton-in-Melbourne-27MZIFII1JE8.htmlConceptually similarAction at BHP Billiton in MelbourneGP02EAHCompleted★★★★BHP Coal Train Halted in AustraliaGP02EDZCompleted★★★★BHP Coal Train Halted in AustraliaGP02EDVCompleted★★★★BHP Coal Train Halted in AustraliaGP02EDWCompleted★★★★BHP Coal Train Halted in AustraliaGP02EDXCompleted★★★★BHP Coal Train Halted in AustraliaGP02EDYCompleted★★★★BHP Coal Train Halted in AustraliaGP02EE0Completed★★★★Protest against BHP Billiton in AustraliaGP0STPF9WCompleted★★★★Protest against BHP Billiton in AustraliaGP0STPF9XCompleted★★★★View AllGP02EAGAction at BHP Billiton in MelbourneGreenpeace activists scale BHP Billiton’s global headquarters in Melbourne to drop an "invoice" banner for its overdue pollution debts. Operating some of Australia’s most polluting coalmines, BHP Billiton is one of Australia’s top 10 polluting companies. In 2009 it produced close to 13 million tonnes of carbon pollution in Australia. With a modest carbon price of $26/tonne, BHP Billiton would be liable for just $338 million - equivalent to 0.6% of their global turnover.Locations:Australia-Melbourne-Oceania-Victoria (Australia)Date:6 Jun, 2011Credit:© Greenpeace / Tom JeffersonMaximum size:2500px X 1667pxKeywords:Actions and protests-Banners-BHP Billiton-Climate (campaign title)-Climbing actions-Day-Greenpeace activists-KWCI (GPI)-Logos-Low angle view-Multistorey buildings-Outdoors-Pollution-Two peopleShoot:Action at BHP Billiton in MelbourneGreenpeace activists scale BHP Billiton’s global headquarters in Melbourne to invoice the mining giant for its overdue pollution debts. Operating some of Australia’s most polluting coalmines, BHP Billiton is one of Australia’s top 10 polluting companies.