Greenpeace is claiming moral victory after 13.5 percent of votes cast at BP Amoco’s annual shareholders meeting yesterday supported a Greenpeace-backed resolution that calls on the company to stop oil drilling in the Arctic and increase investment in solar energy. The motion was defeated, as expected, but the level of support it garnered surprised even enviros. Matthew Spencer of Greenpeace said it was the “highest vote for an environmental [shareholder] resolution anywhere in the world.” Meanwhile, 11 Greenpeace activists have been arrested this week for protesting at the Northstar construction site in the Arctic where BP Amoco is undertaking a major oil exploration project.