Permalink: https://media.greenpeace.org/archive/Climate-Action-against-Esso-in-France-27MZIFLPSIY1.htmlConceptually similarClimate Action against Esso in FranceGP0XM4Completed★★★★Climate Action against Esso in FranceGP01GGDCompleted★★★★Climate Action against Esso in FranceGP0D76Completed★★★★Climate Action against Esso in FranceGP0179SCompleted★★★★Climate Action against Esso in FranceGP0JUSCompleted★★★★Climate Action against Esso in FranceGP0WNQCompleted★★★★Climate Action against Esso in FranceGP052TCompleted★★★★Climate Action against Esso in FranceGP0A1DCompleted★★★★Climate Action against Esso in FranceGP0VP6Completed★★★★View AllGP013XUClimate Action against Esso in FranceGreenpeace activists dressed as tigers protest at the entrance of France's largest oil refinery owned by Esso. Other activists using inflatable boats blocked tankers from leaving the Port Jerome refinery. The activity is part of a campaign to highlight the role Esso is playing in trying to prevent action on climate change. In the image, Greenpeace activists sliding down an Esso tanker to paint a Stop sign next to the Esso logo.Locations:Alpine Countries-France-Le HavreDate:21 May, 2002Credit:© Greenpeace / Pierre GleizesMaximum size:3008px X 1960pxKeywords:Actions and protests-Banners-Climate (campaign title)-Climate change impacts-Day-Greenpeace activists-KWCI (GPI)-Oceans (campaign title)-Outdoors-Painting (activity)-Painting actions-SymbolsShoot:Climate Action Esso FranceGreenpeace activists blocked Esso tankers from leaving the Port Jerome refinery after the Rainbow Warrior sailed up the Seine. On shore more activists blocked road tanker access gates into the facility and painted "STOP" on the Esso storage tanks. The activity is part of a campaign to highlight the role Esso is playing in trying to prevent action on climate change.