During the week of worldwide protests this previous April, protesters gathered inside Shell’s London workplaces and glued themselves to the entrance desks. Other activists glued themselves to the bottom outdoors of the workplace doorways. They demanded a gathering with Ben van Beurden, Shell’s CEO, the Guardian reported.
“They currently have plans to expand their fossil fuel business by 20% for the next few decades. And that, for me, is a death sentence for my children,” activist Chloe Naldrett advised The Guardian. She was one of many protesters glued to the bottom outdoors.