Permalink: https://media.greenpeace.org/archive/Climate-Action-at-OKQ8-Headquarters-in-Stockholm-27MZIFLY3UD6.htmlConceptually similarVattenfall Climate Protest in StockholmGP01KYPCompleted★★★★Vattenfall Climate Protest in StockholmGP01KYQCompleted★★★★Vattenfall Climate Protest in StockholmGP01KYSCompleted★★★★Shell Petrol Station Shutdown in SwedenGP0461MCompleted★★★★Shell Petrol Station Shutdown in SwedenGP0461NCompleted★★★★★★★Activities at Vattenfall HQ in StockholmGP0STPSBZCompleted★★★★Activities at Vattenfall HQ in StockholmGP0STPSC4Completed★★★★Activities at Vattenfall HQ in StockholmGP0STPSC5Completed★★★★Activities at Vattenfall HQ in StockholmGP0STPSC7Completed★★★★View AllGP01HCKClimate Action at OKQ8 Headquarters in StockholmGreenpeace activists unfurl a large banner, featuring an orangutan with a petrol pump pointing to his head as if it were a gun, at the headquarters of the petrol company OKQ8. Locations:Europe-Scandinavia-Stockholm-SwedenDate:30 Oct, 2007Credit:© Greenpeace / Ludvig TillmanMaximum size:2644px X 1788pxKeywords:Actions and protests-Banners-Climate (campaign title)-Climbing actions-Day-Direct communications-Energy-Gasoline-KWCI (GPI)-Oil (fossil fuel)-OKQ8-Outdoors-SymbolsShoot:Climate Petrol Company Action in SwedenGreenpeace activists hang a 70 square metre banner at the petrol company OKQ8's headquarters for the second day in a row. Greenpeace is protesting that the company has not abandoned their plans to introduce a palm oil based biodiesel. OKQ8's introduction of the palm oil diesel would be the first of its kind in the industrialised world and a successful launch would cause a huge increase in the demand for palm oil. The police stopped the demonstration after a few hours. OKQ8 gave into Greenpeace demands and completely backed away from palm oil later that evening.