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Collection: LEGO Drop Shell Campaign (All Photographers)

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Greenpeace campaigned to get LEGO to sever its relationship with Shell due to the oil company's plans to drill for oil in the Arctic, a fragile wilderness undergoing massive transformation as a result of climate change. LEGO announced Oct. 9, 2014, that it would not renew its 50 year old relationship with Shell.
Block Shell Protest at LEGO Store in New York
29 Jul, 2014
Block Shell Protest at LEGO Store in New York
Save the Arctic' LEGO Scene in London
23 Jun, 2014
Save the Arctic' LEGO Scene in London
Mock Oil Spill at LEGO Factory in Czech Republic
16 Jul, 2014
Mock Oil Spill at LEGO Factory in Czech Republic
LEGO Figures Blockade Shell Service Station in Sydney
24 Jul, 2014
LEGO Figures Blockade Shell Service Station in Sydney
'Save the Arctic' Protest in UK Legoland
1 Jul, 2014
'Save the Arctic' Protest in UK Legoland
'Save the Arctic' LEGO Scene in Korea
27 Jun, 2014
'Save the Arctic' LEGO Scene in Korea
Block Shell Protest at LEGO Store in New York
28 Jul, 2014
Block Shell Protest at LEGO Store in New York
Half Million Signatures Delivered to LEGO HQ in Denmark
18 Jul, 2014
Half Million Signatures Delivered to LEGO HQ in Denmark
Half Million Signatures Delivered to LEGO HQ in Denmark
18 Jul, 2014
Half Million Signatures Delivered to LEGO HQ in Denmark
'Save the Arctic" Scene in Legoland Denmark
2 Jul, 2014
'Save the Arctic" Scene in Legoland Denmark
Block Shell Protest at LEGO Store in New York
29 Jul, 2014
Block Shell Protest at LEGO Store in New York
'Save the Arctic' LEGO Scene at US Capitol
24 Jun, 2014
'Save the Arctic' LEGO Scene at US Capitol
'Save the Arctic' LEGO Scene at US Capitol
24 Jun, 2014
'Save the Arctic' LEGO Scene at US Capitol
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