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'Mountains and Rooftops' Arctic Sanctuary Action on El Pájaro 

'Mountains and Rooftops' Arctic Sanctuary Action on El Pájaro 

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09/04/2014 
Greenpeace Spain activists climb the summit of El Pájaro. Among the activists is the handicapped climber Miguel Ángel Gavilán. As international polling reveals that 74 percent of people worldwide support the creation of a protected sanctuary in the international waters surrounding the North Pole; climbers and mountaineers are ascending iconic mountain peaks and buildings all over the world, to demand that governments respond to the global outcry to make the creation of a protected Arctic Sanctuary a top priority. The study, commissioned by Greenpeace and carried out by Canadian company, RIWI was conducted across 30 countries on six continents. It demonstrates overwhelming public support for a formally protected area in the High Arctic for mammals and other marine life. In addition, 71 percent of those polled say they support the entire Arctic Ocean to be free of oil drilling and other types of heavy industry. 
'Mountains and Rooftops' Arctic Sanctuary Action on El Pájaro
04 September, 2014 
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★★★★★★ (B) 
'Mountains and Rooftops' Arctic Sanctuary Action on El Pájaro
04 September, 2014 
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★★★★★★ (B) 
'Mountains and Rooftops' Arctic Sanctuary Action on El Pájaro
04 September, 2014 
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