Permalink: https://media.greenpeace.org/archive/En-Route-to-the-North-Pole-27MZIFVHNTVN.htmlConceptually similarEn Route to the North PoleGP04J6PCompleted★★★★★★En Route to the North PoleGP04J6SCompleted★★★★★★En Route to the North PoleGP04J6MCompleted★★★★En Route to the North PoleGP04J6TCompleted★★★★En Route to the North PoleGP04NTPCompleted★★★★En Route to the North PoleGP04J6UCompleted★★★★★★En Route to the North PoleGP04NTOCompleted★★★★En Route to the North PoleGP04J07Completed★★★★En Route to the North PoleGP04J06Completed★★★★View AllGP04NTLEn Route to the North PoleThe team takes a break while trekking to the North Pole, carrying with them a time capsule containing 2.7 million names of supporters who wish to protect the Arctic. They plan to lower the capsule and a ‘flag for the future’ to the seabed beneath the North Pole.Locations:ArcticDate:9 Apr, 2013Credit:© Christian Åslund / GreenpeaceMaximum size:6707px X 4476pxKeywords:Actions and protests-Climate change-Cold-Greenpeace activists-Ice-KWCI (GPI)-Oceans (campaign title)-Offshore drilling-Oil (Industry)-Outdoors-Recreation-Save the Arctic (campaign title)-Sledges-Snow-Tea-Team AuroraShoot:North Pole ExpeditionA Greenpeace team including four young ambassadors, Kiera Kolsen from Canada, Renny Bijoux from the Seychelles, Josefina Skerk from Sweden and Ezra Miller from USA (Team Aurora), trek to the North Pole. They are carrying with them a time capsule containing 2.7 million names of supporters who wish to protect the Arctic. They lower the capsule and a ‘flag for the future’ to the seabed beneath the North Pole. The trek is part of an ongoing campaign calling for a sanctuary to be declared around the pristine and uninhabited area surrounding the North Pole. The region is currently under threat from climate change, oil companies, industrial fishing and shipping.