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RAW VIDEO: Protestors Scale London's Tallest Building

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July 11, 2013
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Six environmental activists were attempting to scale the Shard, Western Europe's tallest building, to protest against oil drilling in the Arctic. Greenpeace said the six climbers planned to install a piece of art to the top of the tower.


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GlobalPost (Oct. 9, 2011) — The Himalayas are home to the planet's tallest mountains, a vast range rising above Nepal and Tibet. But the locals say that climate change is affecting the landscape drastically.
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GlobalPost (Apr. 27, 2011) — The Himalayas are home to the planet's tallest mountains, but by 2050, two-thirds of its glaciers may be gone, impacting the water supply for millions of people downstream.
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