After months of Greenpeace pressure, Shell has finally seen sense and abandoned their plans to drill for oil in the Arctic. The company planned to begin their potentially destructive search for oil off the coast of Alaska this year, but thanks to your help, Greenpeace has managed to convince Shell that this could be an environmental disaster.
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Greenpeace really are going great guns on their efforts to save the Arctic, with over ONE MILLION people having now signed their petition to stop oil drilling.
Check out this amazing video featuring Jude Law and the music of Radiohead, as Greenpeace ask you help them Save the Arctic before it’s too late. In the last 30 years, almost 75% of the floating ice cap has been lost, with scientists now claiming this area is now in a ‘death spiral’.
Two Greenpeace charity activists recently locked themselves in a giant iPod outside Apple’s HQ in California, in protest to the companies use of coal to power their iCloud. From inside the 8x10ft wide device, the activists broadcast audio messages from people across the globe in support of Greenpeace’s stance to demand Apple use clean energy.
Greenpeace UK is asking for your help to save the Arctic, by asking Shell to stop it’s drilling for oil in this unique habitat. The Arctic is one of the few untouched natural areas left on the planet, and a home to some of the world’s most amazing creatures.
Greenpeace UK is asking for your help in asking the tech industry to quit their coal habit. Led by a few very large companies, including Apple, Amazon and Microsoft, their ‘cloud’ technology is powered by climate destroying coal. These giant data centres maybe the latest thing to store all your information, but it’s also the fastest growing source of electricity demand in the world.
Greenpeace UK is asking for you to add your voice to their calls for Shell Oil to stop plans to exploit the Arctic, and help protect the many species of animal that call this beautiful landscape home. This coming summer, Shell plan to start drilling in Arctic waters which will seriously damage the areas already fragile ecosystem.