Permalink: https://media.greenpeace.org/archive/Nordica-Icebreaker-Action-near-Fehmarn-27MZIFVK98WO.htmlConceptually similarNordica Icebreaker Action near FehmarnGP0431YCompleted★★★★Nordica Icebreaker Action near FehmarnGP042RXCompleted★★★★Nordica Icebreaker Action near FehmarnGP042RZCompleted★★★★Nordica Icebreaker Action near FehmarnGP042L5Completed★★★★★★Nordica Icebreaker Action near FehmarnGP042K2Completed★★★★★★Nordica Icebreaker Action near FehmarnGP042KMCompleted★★★★Nordica Icebreaker Action near FehmarnGP042KPCompleted★★★★Nordica Icebreaker Action near FehmarnGP042KQCompleted★★★★Nordica Icebreaker Action near FehmarnGP042KRCompleted★★★★View AllGP042RYNordica Icebreaker Action near FehmarnNavigation radar on board the ship Beluga II during an action against the icebreaker 'Nordica' in the Baltic Sea close to Fehmarn Island. Greenpeace is protesting against the ship heading for Shell’s Arctic oil drilling project in the north of Alaska. Banner on the Beluga II reads:"Save the Arctic ! Stop Shell". Greenpeace people working on board. Press officer Bjoern Jettka in front at the computer.In original language:Nordica Schwimmer Protest OstseeGreenpeace Schiff Beluga II protestiert gegen die Weiterfahrt des von Shell gecharterte Schiff "Nordica" auf seinem Weg in die Arktis. Der Protest richtet sich gegen die von Shell geplanten ersten Oelbohrungen in arktischen Gewaessern. Greenpeace Aktivisten arbeite an Bord.Locations:Baltic Sea-Europe-Fehmarn-GermanyDate:4 May, 2012Credit:© Doerthe Hagenguth / GreenpeaceMaximum size:2832px X 4256pxKeywords:Actions and protests-Climate (campaign title)-Indoors-KWCI (GPI)-MV Beluga II-Navigation radars-Offshore drilling-Oil (fossil fuel)-Oil drilling-Oil exploration-Save the Arctic (campaign title)-Shell (commercial business)Shoot:Nordica Icebreaker Action near FehmarnGreenpeace activists swim with buoys in front of the Finnish icebreaker 'Nordica' in the Baltic Sea close to Fehmarn Island. They are protesting against the ship heading for Shell’s Arctic oil drilling project in the north of Alaska. Shell is positioning itself to be at the head of an oil-rush into the Arctic, in expectation that climate change will continue to drive up the average Arctic summer ice melt, and so make drilling in the region easier. Oil spills are virtually impossible to clean up in Arctic conditions. This interception is part of a series of actions held to prevent the ship from joining Shell’s fleet of vessels in Alaska.