Cyclists will descend on the city centre this Sunday for a volunteer Ice Ride before staging a handful of events at nearby filling stations.
Starting from Glasgow Green, the riders will head south over the River Clyde to protest outside the Shell garage on Victoria Road. They will then stream past a handful of local landmarks, such as the Glasgow Science Centre, the Kelvingrove Art Gallery and the Botanic Gardens, before demonstrating outside the Shell stations on Bearsden Road, Anniesland, and Alexandra Parade.
One of the Ice Ride's key organisers hopes this weekend's event will draw people's attention to the dangers of a fossil fuel dependence.
Barry Dalgleish, network co-ordinator for Glasgow Greenpeace, said: "If we allow our addiction to dirty fossil fuel to destroy this region, we're all going to pay the price for it as our planet keeps warming, sea levels rise, and the weather becomes more extreme and unpredictable.
"Last summer's Arctic sea minimum - the period when the ice sheet in the North Pole shrinks its smallest size - was at an all-time low."