Permalink: https://media.greenpeace.org/archive/Activists-Protest-against-Shell-in-the-North-Sea-27MZIFJLG6I1T.htmlConceptually similarActivists Protest against Shell in the North SeaGP0STUR3FCompleted★★★★Activists Protest against Shell in the North SeaGP0STUR34Completed★★★★Activists Protest against Shell in the North SeaGP0STUR3ACompleted★★★★Activists Protest against Shell in the North SeaGP0STUR3BCompleted★★★★★★Activists Protest against Shell in the North SeaGP0STUR3CCompleted★★★★★★Activists Protest against Shell in the North SeaGP0STUR3DCompleted★★★★Activists Protest against Shell in the North SeaGP0STUR3ECompleted★★★★★★★Protest against Shell in the North SeaGP0STUR2NCompleted★★★★★★Protest against Shell in the North SeaGP0STUR2OCompleted★★★★★★View AllGP0STUR3GActivists Protest against Shell in the North SeaGreenpeace activist Jennifer Ganster holds a banner that reads "We are with Mauritius!" during a protest in the North Sea. The Esperanza passes in the background.In original language:Greenpeace-Protest gegen in der NordseeDie Greenpeace-Aktivistin Jennifer Ganster hält ein Banner mit der Aufschrift "We are with Mauritius!" bei einer Demonstration in dern Nordsee. Das Greenpeace-Schiff Esperanza fährt im Hintergrund vorbei.Locations:Europe-North Sea-United KingdomDate:25 Aug, 2020Credit:© Marten van Dijl / GreenpeaceMaximum size:4823px X 3225pxKeywords:Actions and protests-Banners-Climate (campaign title)-Day-Eye contact-Fossil fuel (product)-Greenpeace activists-KWCI (GPI)-MY Esperanza-Oceans (campaign title)-Oceans (topography)-Oil (Industry)-Oil rigs-One person-Outdoors-Photo opportunities (action tactic)-Seas-Shell (commercial business)-ShipsShoot:Protect the North Sea: Esperanza Tracking the Fossil Fuel IndustryThe Greenpeace ship Esperanza is on its way to a month-long documentation and peaceful protest tour in the North Sea. Teams on board will gather evidence of the extreme industrialization of the region by the oil and gas industry, which has been polluting the ocean and fuelling the climate crisis with a “business as usual” attitude for several decades.