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Greenpeace is asking you to be David and take on the Goliath that is pollution.Greenpeace is asking you to be David and take on the Goliath that is pollution.

Gallery: Greenpeace's New 'Goliath' Ad Campaign

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Greenpeace always works hard to bring attention to environmental issues, but the organization’s latest campaign brings a whole new meaning to the idea of tackling the planet’s giant problems.

In a new series of posters created by artist Anatolij Pickmann, Greenpeace asks us all to “Become David and fight against Goliath.” In this case, Goliath is represented by a number of ecological problems, including pollution, deforestation and whaling. Each environmental issue is depicted in the form of a  grim, black and white mechanized robot.

According to designboom, the images were printed initially in a Greenpeace newspaper called “Daily David.”

Check out the entire series below.

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  • ecorazzi

    Sea Shepherd will be less than amused by this one.

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