Over 2,000 people gathered today to un-welcome Shell’s Arctic oil rig to Seattle. Now, the Paddle in Seattle is wrapping up, but our people power only grows stronger!
If you couldn’t make it, you can still add your voice to the chorus to say, “Shell no!” Tell President Obama to reject Arctic drilling!
A kayaktivist’s view of the Paddle In Seattle
And the #kayaktivists are off! #PaddleInSeattle #PeoplevsShell #ShellNo
Shell needs to park its oil rigs in Seattle’s port before heading up to the Arctic. But we know that drilling in the Arctic is a bad idea.
We’ll be in Seattle tomorrow at Elliott Bay, along with several other environmental and social justice organizations to say Shell No to Arctic drilling. If you’re in Seattle, join us for this family-friendly event! Or you can follow along here on Tumblr, or check out the live-tweeting from our Twitter account.
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Today, the gigantic Polar Pioneer, one of Shell’s oil rigs, arrived in Seattle, WA. It was un-welcomed into the port by a flotilla of kayaktivists who stood up to the oil giant to say #ShellNo to Arctic drilling.