Permalink: https://media.greenpeace.org/archive/Drone-Footage-of-Climbers-and-Kayakers-in-Portland-27MZIFJ6Z5LIZ.htmlConceptually similarDrone Footage of Climbers and Kayakers in PortlandGP0STP9DHCompleted★★★★Drone Footage of Climbers and Kayakers in PortlandGP0STP9DDCompleted★★★★Drone Footage of Climbers and Kayakers in PortlandGP0STP9DFCompleted★★★★Shell Bridge Blockade in PortlandGP0STP923Completed★★★★Drone Footage of Climbers and Kayakers in PortlandGP0STP9DCCompleted★★★★Drone Footage of Climbers and Kayakers in PortlandGP0STP9DECompleted★★★★Drone Footage of Climbers and Kayakers in PortlandGP0STP9DICompleted★★★★Drone Footage of Climbers and Kayakers in PortlandGP0STP9DJCompleted★★★★Drone Footage of Climbers and Kayakers in PortlandGP0STP9DKCompleted★★★★View AllGP0STP9DGDrone Footage of Climbers and Kayakers in PortlandScreen grab of the Portland Shellno Action drone footage. Activist climbers hang under the St. Johns Bridge over the Willamette River to block the Shell leased icebreaker MSV Fennica. The vessel tore a hole in its hull en route to the Chukchi Sea in the Alaskan Arctic and was brought to Portland for repair. The climbers, have rappelled off the St. Johns Bridge and blocked Shell's Arctic icebreaking vessel, the MSV Fennica, as it attempted to leave Portland, Oregon. According to the latest federal permit, the Fennica must be at Shell's drill site before Shell can reapply for federal approval to drill deep enough for oil in the Chukchi Sea.Locations:North America-Oregon-Portland (Oregon)-United States of AmericaDate:29 Jul, 2015Credit:© GreenpeaceMaximum size:3992px X 2242pxKeywords:Access blockade actions-Actions and protests-Aerial view-Banners-Boats-Bridges-Climate (campaign title)-Climbing actions-Climbing equipment-Day-Kayaks-KWCI (GPI)-Landscapes-Outdoors-Rivers-Save the Arctic (campaign title)-Shell (commercial business)-St. Johns Bridge-Summer-Water-Wide angleShoot:Shell Bridge Blockade in Portland (Video)Shell’s damaged icebreaker, the Fennica, went to Portland, Oregon, where workers repaired a meter-long gash in its hull that it suffered while attempting to travel north. Because the Fennica carries a mission-critical piece of safety equipment, Shell cannot drill into oil-bearing rock formations until it is fixed and returns to the Arctic.Activists are hanging off the St John's bridge in Portland, Oregon, to stop the Fennica from reaching the Arctic where Shell plans to drill for oil.