Permalink: https://media.greenpeace.org/archive/Alejandro-Sanz-in-Greenland-27MZIF3FNU5S.htmlConceptually similarAlejandro Sanz in GreenlandGP0STO8AHCompleted★★★★Alejandro Sanz in GreenlandGP0STO8A9Completed★★★★Alejandro Sanz in GreenlandGP0STO8AACompleted★★★★Alejandro Sanz in GreenlandGP0STO8ABCompleted★★★★Alejandro Sanz in GreenlandGP0STO8ACCompleted★★★★Alejandro Sanz in GreenlandGP0STO8ADCompleted★★★★Alejandro Sanz in GreenlandGP0STO8AECompleted★★★★Alejandro Sanz in GreenlandGP0STO8AFCompleted★★★★Alejandro Sanz in GreenlandGP0STO8AGCompleted★★★★View AllGP0STO8A2Alejandro Sanz in GreenlandAlejandro Sanz plays the organ in an abandoned church.A team from Greenpeace Spain carries out an expedition to the Arctic territory in Greenland to document evidence of climate change, highlight the threats that loom over this region and to call for its protection. Spanish musician Alejandro Sanz joins the expedition.Alejandro San toca el organo de la iglesia del pueblo abandonado de Itakat . La expedición de Greenpeace en el Ártico muestra las evidencias del cambio climático en las proximidades del casquete Polar Ártico, en Groenlandia. Alejandro Sanz acompaña a la expedición.Locations:Arctic-Greenland-TiniteqilaaqDate:18 Jul, 2013Credit:© Pedro Armestre / GreenpeaceMaximum size:4681px X 3121pxKeywords:Churches-Climate change-Climate change impacts-Day-Indoors-KWCI (GPI)-Musical instruments-Musicians-Save the Arctic (campaign title)Shoot:Greenland Arctic ExpeditionA team from Greenpeace Spain carries out an expedition to the Arctic territory in Greenland to document evidence of climate change, highlight the threats that loom over this region and to call for its protection. Spanish musician Alejandro Sanz joins the expedition.During the tour the team, accompanied by Inuits, visits the Apusiaajik glacier in Kulusuk, whose front has retreated 1.5 kilometers in the last 10 -15 years. Banners are displayed reading “Save the Arctic” in both English and Spanish.Greenpeace is campaigning for 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.