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An alternative to a sink at the Barneo base in the high Arctic. The Greenpeace team was up here to carry a time capsule with the names of 2.7 million supporters determined to protect the Arctic. Will we be able to open the capsule in a few years with the Arctic as a protected sanctuary? (There are over 8 million of us now!) . 
La solución alternativa al lavabo en la base Barneo en el Ártico superior. El equipo de Greenpeace escaló con una cápsula del tiempo conteniendo 2.7 millones de…

An alternative to a sink at the Barneo base in the high Arctic. The Greenpeace team was up here to carry a time capsule with the names of 2.7 million supporters determined to protect the Arctic. Will we be able to open the capsule in a few years with the Arctic as a protected sanctuary? (There are over 8 million of us now!) . La solución alternativa al lavabo en la base Barneo en el Ártico superior. El equipo de Greenpeace escaló con una cápsula del tiempo conteniendo 2.7 millones de…

Detail of the time capsule photographed at the North Pole. A “flag for the future” is attached to the glass and titanium time capsule containing 2.7 million names of supporters who wish to protect the Arctic. A Greenpeace team will lower the capsule and a ‘flag for the future’ to the seabed beneath the North Pole | Christian Åslund

Detail of the time capsule photographed at the North Pole. A “flag for the future” is attached to the glass and titanium time capsule containing 2.7 million names of supporters who wish to protect the Arctic. A Greenpeace team will lower the capsule and a ‘flag for the future’ to the seabed beneath the North Pole | Christian Åslund

A Greenpeace team and four young ambassadors, including American actor Ezra Miller, trek to the North Pole. They carry with them a time capsule containing 2.7 million names of supporters who wish to protect the Arctic. They lower the capsule and a ‘flag for the future’ to the seabed beneath the North Pole. The trek is part of an ongoing campaign calling for a sanctuary to be declared around the pristine and uninhabited area surrounding the North Pole.

A Greenpeace team and four young ambassadors, including American actor Ezra Miller, trek to the North Pole. They carry with them a time capsule containing 2.7 million names of supporters who wish to protect the Arctic. They lower the capsule and a ‘flag for the future’ to the seabed beneath the North Pole. The trek is part of an ongoing campaign calling for a sanctuary to be declared around the pristine and uninhabited area surrounding the North Pole.

April 2013. As a response to the ongoing oil race and territorial claim of the Arctic an expedition organized by Greenpeace trekked to the North Pole and placed a time capsule, containing 2.7 million signatures, 4km down on the seabed. The capsule will float back to the surface in around 50 years with a message to the future.

April 2013. As a response to the ongoing oil race and territorial claim of the Arctic an expedition organized by Greenpeace trekked to the North Pole and placed a time capsule, containing 2.7 million signatures, 4km down on the seabed. The capsule will float back to the surface in around 50 years with a message to the future.

The time capsule lowered into the icy waters at the North Pole. A flag is attached to a glass and titanium time capsule containing the signatures of nearly three million people is planted on the seabed beneath the North Pole. Greenpeace is calling for the region, currently under threat from climate change, oil companies, industrial fishing and shipping to be declared a global sanctuary and free from exploitation. http://www.savethearctic.org/

The time capsule lowered into the icy waters at the North Pole. A flag is attached to a glass and titanium time capsule containing the signatures of nearly three million people is planted on the seabed beneath the North Pole. Greenpeace is calling for the region, currently under threat from climate change, oil companies, industrial fishing and shipping to be declared a global sanctuary and free from exploitation. http://www.savethearctic.org/

The four youth ambassadors lower the pod to the seabed at the North Pole The flag is attached to a glass and titanium time capsule containing the names of 2.7 million people who joined the campaign to Save the Arctic.

On top of the world, a ceremony for millions

The four youth ambassadors lower the pod to the seabed at the North Pole The flag is attached to a glass and titanium time capsule containing the names of 2.7 million people who joined the campaign to Save the Arctic.

A Greenpeace team prepare to hoist a time capsule to the seabed at the North Pole. A “flag for the future” is attached to the glass and titanium time capsule containing 2.7 million names of supporters who wish to protect the Arctic.

A Greenpeace team prepare to hoist a time capsule to the seabed at the North Pole. A “flag for the future” is attached to the glass and titanium time capsule containing 2.7 million names of supporters who wish to protect the Arctic.

A Greenpeace team is trekking to the North Pole, carrying with them a time capsule containing 2.7 million names of supporters who wish to protect the Arctic. They plan to lower the capsule and a ‘flag for the future’ to the seabed beneath the North Pole. © Christian Åslund / Greenpeace

A Greenpeace team is trekking to the North Pole, carrying with them a time capsule containing 2.7 million names of supporters who wish to protect the Arctic. They plan to lower the capsule and a ‘flag for the future’ to the seabed beneath the North Pole. © Christian Åslund / Greenpeace

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April 2013. As a response to the ongoing oil race and territorial claim of the Arctic an expedition organized by Greenpeace trekked to the North Pole and placed a time capsule, containing 2.7 million signatures, 4km down on the seabed. The capsule will float back to the surface in around 50 years with a message to the future.

April 2013. As a response to the ongoing oil race and territorial claim of the Arctic an expedition organized by Greenpeace trekked to the North Pole and placed a time capsule, containing 2.7 million signatures, 4km down on the seabed. The capsule will float back to the surface in around 50 years with a message to the future.

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