Permalink: https://media.greenpeace.org/archive/Climate-Action-at-White-House-in-Washington-27MZIFV56YQU.htmlConceptually similarClimate Action at White House in WashingtonGP04HKPCompleted★★★★Climate Action at White House in WashingtonGP04HJZCompleted★★★★Climate Action at White House in WashingtonGP04HJVCompleted★★★★Climate Action at White House in WashingtonGP04HKMCompleted★★★★Climate Action at White House in WashingtonGP04HJSCompleted★★★★Climate Action at White House in WashingtonGP04HISCompleted★★★★Climate Action at White House in WashingtonGP04HIQCompleted★★★★Climate Action at White House in WashingtonGP04HKRCompleted★★★★Climate Action at White House in WashingtonGP04H54Completed★★★★View AllGP04HKQClimate Action at White House in WashingtonCivil Rights leader Julian Bond, right, remains tied to the White House fence with the Rev. Jim Antal, Minister and President of the Massachusetts Conference of the United Church of Christ, left; and Mike Tidwell, president of the Chesapeake Climate Action Network. The three were among 48 activists arrested in a non-violent protest against the Keystone XL pipeline proposal. Rev. Antal gave an Ash Wednesday blessing to fellow activists before the action.Locations:North America-United States of America-Washington, D.C.Date:13 Feb, 2013Credit:© Greenpeace / Robert MeyersMaximum size:5343px X 3946pxKeywords:Actions and protests-Activists-Chaining actions-Climate (campaign title)-Climate change-Day-Fences-Keystone pipeline-KWCI (GPI)-Men-Outdoors-Three people-United States Government-White HouseShoot:Climate Action at White House in WashingtonGreenpeace USA Executive Director Phil Radford was among 48 environmental leaders, social justice advocates and celebrities arrested in a non-violent protest at the White House in an action designed to ask President Obama to reject the Keystone XL Pipeline proposal to carry bitumous compounds from the Tar Sands development in Canada to refineries in the Gulf of Mexico. Radford joined with Michael Brune, director of the Sierra Club, in the first civil disobedience in the Sierra Club's 122-year history, as well as civil rights leader Julian Bond, 350.org co-founder Bill McKibben, NASA climate scientist James Hansen, Robert F. Kennedy Jr., actor Daryl Hannah and others. Each of the group was charged with failure to disperse and obey lawful orders, and released on $100 bond.