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Blockade of Shell's Harbour in Rotterdam (Photos by Bart Hoogveld) 

Blockade of Shell's Harbour in Rotterdam (Photos by Bart Hoogveld) 

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More than 80 Greenpeace Netherlands activists from 12 EU countries are using fossil fuel ads from all over Europe to block the entrance to Shell’s oil refinery. The peaceful protest comes as over 20 organizations launched a European Citizens’ Initiative (ECI) petition today, calling for a new law that bans fossil fuel advertising and sponsorship in the European Union.

The 33 metre-long Greenpeace sailing vessel The Beluga anchored at 9 am this morning at the entrance of Shell’s port. The activists, volunteers from France, Belgium, Denmark, Germany, Spain, Greece, Croatia, Poland, Slovenia, Slovakia,Hungary and Netherlands are using fossil fuel adverts to block the oil port. Nine climbers have scaled a 15 metre oil tank and attached the ads collected by volunteers across Europe next to Shell’s logo. Another group has built a barrier with adverts attached to four floating cubes. In kayaks and inflatables, a third group have hoisted signs and banners inviting people to join the “Fossil Free Revolution” and demand to “Ban fossil fuel ads”. 
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