Permalink: https://media.greenpeace.org/archive/Shell-Protest-in-Unalaska-27MZIFJ6S06AV.htmlConceptually similarShell Protests Continue in UnalaskaGP0STP8I7Completed★★★★Shell Protest in UnalaskaGP0STP8GXCompleted★★★★Shell Oil Exploration Vessels at UnalaskaGP0STP8G5Completed★★★★Shell Oil Exploration Vessels at UnalaskaGP0STP8G6Completed★★★★Shell Oil Exploration Vessels at UnalaskaGP0STP8G3Completed★★★★Shell Oil Exploration Vessels at UnalaskaGP0STP8G7Completed★★★★Shell Oil Exploration Vessels at UnalaskaGP0STP8GDCompleted★★★★Shell Protest in UnalaskaGP0STP8GWCompleted★★★★Shell Oil Exploration Vessels at UnalaskaGP0STP8GFCompleted★★★★View AllGP0STP8I2Shell Protest in UnalaskaAn activist, George Plentnikoff Jr., holds a banner reading "#SHELLNO".Residents of Unalaska are standing up for their local waters and their local fishing community as they protest Shell and its drilling rigs in Dutch Harbor July 10, 2015. Shell wants to begin drilling in the Alaskan Arctic, but it first has to transport its rigs through Unalaska, where residents are expressing their concerns.Locations:Alaska-Dutch Harbor-North America-Unalaska Island-United States of AmericaDate:10 Jul, 2015Credit:© Mark Meyer / GreenpeaceMaximum size:7360px X 4912pxKeywords:Actions and protests-Activists-Banners-Boats-Climate (campaign title)-Clouds-Day-Fog-Fossil fuel (energy)-Fossil fuel (product)-Full length-KWCI (GPI)-Local population-Men-Mountains-Natural gas-Oceans (campaign title)-Oil drilling-Oil rigs-One person-Outdoors-Portraits-Posters-Save the Arctic (campaign title)-Shell (commercial business)-WaterShoot:Shell Oil Equipment in Dutch Harbor in AlaskaShell drilling equipment and support vessels in Dutch Harbor, Alaska. Shell is staging its equipment in preparation of drilling for oil in the Chukchi Sea in the Arctic region of Alaska. The icebreaker Fennica came back to Dutch Harbor after suffering a gash to its hull last week while en route to Shell’s proposed Arctic drill site. The U.S. Coast Guard is investigating what may have been damage caused by striking a previously uncharted shoal.