Sir Paul McCartney, Penelope Cruz, Robert Redford and direction between the stars, a new safety campaign in the Arctic have retten.Edward Norton, Woody Harrelson, Jewish law, John Hurt, Rita Ora and Thom Yorke and activists Environment joined Greenpeace to protect the uninhabited area around the North Pole to the request for a ban on drilling and unsustainable fishing in Arctic waters. To show their support, the familiar faces have a scroll of the Arctic that will be planted 2.5 miles (4 km) signed under the ice at the North Pole. McCartney said: "The Arctic is one of the most beautiful and unspoiled of the last planet, but now he is in danger. Some countries and companies want to open to oil drilling and industrial fishing in the Arctic and do what they did in the rest of our fragile planet. "It seems crazy that we are ready to go to the ends of the earth to find the last drops of oil, when our best minds tell us that we must get off fossil fuels are the way to our children a future. Finally, in a certain place, we must take a stand. I think the time is now and this place is the Arctic. "