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Women activists climb The Shard

Jul 11

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Greenpeace protest against Shell's plans to drill in the Arctic

Six Greenpeace women activists are climbing The Shard, Europe's tallest building to protest against the damage Shell is doing to the Arctic.

The Shard - modelled on a shard of ice - sits slap bang in the middle of Shell's three London headquarters. They don't want Greenpeace talking about their plan to drill in the Arctic but Greenpeace want to shout about it from the rooftops.

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