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In this image made from video, climate change protesters block the car containing Britain's Conservative Party leader Boris Johnson on his way to meet the Queen in London. Greenpeace climate protesters have interrupted the motorcade of Boris Johnson as he was traveling to Buckingham Palace to meet with Queen Elizabeth II to get the nod to form a government.

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Whale sculptures made from plastic waste that was recovered from the ocean are on display at the parliament building in Budapest, Hungary. The temporary installation was erected by Greenpeace as part of the international environmental movement Plastic Free July to protest against polluting the world's oceans with plastic.

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Activists of the environmental organisation Greenpeace attend a protest against the burning from coal to generate electric in front of the chancellery in Berlin.

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A partial view of a Greenpeace installation representing a gift-box made of plastic waste with a note reading in Italian "Gift that the planet does not want" that was placed to protest against Black Friday and excessive consumerism, in downtown Milan, Italy.

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Greenpeace activists stand by an installation representing a gift-box made of plastic waste with a tag reading in Italian "Gift that the planet does not want", background, as they stage a protest against Black Friday and the excessive consumerism, in downtown Milan, Italy.

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Greenpeace activists hold a sign reading in Spanish "The air in Mexico kills," as they climb atop the Diana the Huntress fountain to equip Diana with a breathing mask and oxygen tank, to demand clean air and non-polluting public transport in Mexico City. A press release from the group said that Greenpeace began its work in Mexico 25 years ago with a similar protest over the poor air quality in the capital, and that a proliferation of private cars and lax emissions controls has since worsened conditions throughout the country.

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Crosses depicting people murdered for defending the forest stand on a large map of the Amazon, during a protest against the illegal timber trade, in front of the Brazilian National Congress building, in Brasilia, Brazil. Greenpeace Brazil released the report "Blood-Stained Timber - Rural Violence and the Theft of Amazon Timber," alerting that the United States, Germany, France, Netherlands, Denmark, Italy, Belgium and Japan imported timber from a Brazilian sawmill linked to a massacre in a remote area of Mato Grosso State, in Colniza, that took place last April 19.

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A participant of the Greenpeace demonstration 'Kids for Earth' protests in Bonn, Germany. The UN Climate Summit started in Bonn.

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Greenpeace campaigner Priya Pillai outside Delhi High Court after it quashed the lookout notice against her, in New Delhi.

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Greenpeace activist Priya Pillai

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Greenpeace India activist Priya Pillai.

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Greenpeace India activist Priya Pillai.

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Greenpeace India activist Priya Pillai.

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Greenpeace India activist Priya Pillai.

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Dressing Down Greenpeace activists drape Essar HQ in Mumbai

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Kumi Naidoo, executive director of Greenpeace International

Greenpeace activists lift a giant banner with a caricature of Minister for Environment and Forest Veerappa Moily to hang on his office building as a sign of protest in New Delhi. The activists were protesting the government’s decision to permit multinational seed companies field trial of genetically modified crops across the country.

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Greenpeace activists along with farmers holding a protest against the Genetically Modified (GMO) food in New Delhi.

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Greenpeace activists protest outside the Delhi Vidhan Sabha on Monday against over-dependence on coal in the state's energy supply.

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A greenpeace activist dressed as a polar bear sits on a wooden block of ice on the Moskva River protesting against plans of oil companies' drilling in the Arctic, in Moscow, Russia.

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A demonstrating Greenpeace activist wearing a tiger costume holds a placard outside the venue of the U.N. Convention on Biological Diversity in Hyderabad. Delegates from nearly 200 countries are attending the conference.

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Greenpeace activists hang a banner with a photo of Manmohan Singh atop the Charminar in Hyderabad. The activists were protesting against India hosting the UN summit on biodiversity even as Indian forests are being destroyed due to coal mining.

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Greenpeace activists hang a banner with a photo of Prime Minister Manmohan Singh atop the Charminar monument in Hyderabad. The activists were protesting against India hosting the U.N. summit on biodiversity even as Indian forests are being destroyed due to coal mining. Singh's government was recently accused of irregular sales of coal blocks.

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A police officer detains a Greenpeace activist dressed as a polar bear outside Gazprom's headquarters in Moscow, Russia. Russian and international environmentalists are protesting against Gazprom's plans to pioneer oil drilling in the Arctic.

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Security personnel detain a Greenpeace activist, dressed as a coal miner, during a protest against the coal scam near Parliament in New Delhi.

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Greenpeace activists, dressed as Orangutans, staging a demonstration outside a KFC outlet in New Delhi.

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Greenpeace volunteers holding a bouquet of vegetables outside West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee's residence in Kolkata to congratulate her government for its decision to ban Genetically Modified crops.

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Greenpeace activists protest against coal mining to save forests outside the Coal Ministry in New Delhi.

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Greenpeace activists take off their shirts to show a message of “Detox” painted on their bodies in Bangkok, Thailand. The protesters demanded sportswear and shoe makers Adidas and Nike to remove toxic chemicals from their products in Thailand after a year of investigation into toxic water pollution in China.

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Greenpeace activists pose after painting a signage next to a telecom company Bharti's logo at their office in New Delhi. The activists demanded that Bharti should transit from diesel powered telecom towers to a renewable energy powered model of operation to cut down on carbon emissions.

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Greenpeace antinuclear activists display a banner during a candlelight vigil for earthquake and tsunami-affected people in Japan, in Jakarta, Indonesia.

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Environmental activists from Greenpeace demonstrate by holding images of world landmarks in the water during the United Nations Climate Change Conference in Cancun, Mexico. According to the UN weather agency, 2010 is "almost certain" to rank among the three hottest years on record, and in a report issued experts said glaciers in southern South America and Alaska's coastal mountains have been losing mass faster and for longer than glaciers elsewhere in the world.

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Greenpeace activists covered with chocolate, meant to represent oil, demonstrate in Paris. The demonstration symbolizes France's dependence on oil and protests against offshore drilling.

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A Greenpeace protester secures a anti-nuclear bill banner on a light pole, in the backdrop of the Parliament House in New Delhi.

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Policemen take away a protest banner as they detain a Greenpeace activist protesting against the Civil Nuclear Liability Bill which was finally passed by Lok Sabha today after an intense debate.

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Greenpeace activist hold a banner in the backdrop of a statue depicting Mahatma Gandhi's Dandi March in New Delhi. Two Greenpeace members Toru Suzuki and Junichi Sato stand trial over theft of whale meat that they claim had been illegally siphoned by whalers from government-backed hunts. In a proposal criticised by environmental groups, the International Whaling Commission has proposed allowing whales to be hunted under strict quotas, bringing the world a step closer to the first legal commercial whaling in nearly 25 years.

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Greenpeace Nuclear Campaigner Jan Vande Putte (right) checks radiation levels at a de-contaminated site at a scrap yard in New Delhi.

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Greenpeace Nuclear Campaigner Jan Vande Putte checks radiation levels at a de-contaminated site at a scrap yard in New Delhi.

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Greenpeace activists wearing Orangutan and KitKat chocolate costumes take part in a protest outside a building that houses the local headquarters of Swiss food and beverage company Nestle in Jakarta, Indonesia. Activists staged the protest criticizing (criticising) Nestle for using palm oil from plantations that allegedly destroyed the habitats of endangered species such as the Orangutans.

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Activists from Greenpeace project their statement on the top of the parliament of Denmark in Copenhagen, Denmark.

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Policemen try to remove Greenpeace activists who are laying on the ground, pretending to be dead, outside the U.S. Embassy during a protest to press U.S. President Barack Obama to commit to long term finance and emission targets, in New Delhi. U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton has announced that the United States is prepared to join other rich countries in raising $100 billion in yearly climate financing for poor countries by 2020, an announcement that could give a boost to deadlocked climate talks which have faltered over disputes between rich and poor countries over emissions cuts and climate financing.

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