Tag Archives: Shell

Corporate interests lean on YouTube to delete Lego-Shell video

But Greenpeace UK will just keep re-posting it… Here is the latest email from their Head of Arctic Campaigns, Ben Ayliffe: ———- Hi Rick, I think we might have offended someone. This morning we were shocked to learn that our … Continue reading

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Will Gazprom give the Russian Arctic an amnesty?

This news just in from Greenpeace: ———– Dear supporter, Prepare yourself for some great news: The Arctic 30 have been granted amnesty by the Russian parliament!! This means the legal action by Russia against the Arctic 30 can come to … Continue reading

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Please remind Shell that Lloyds think Arctic drilling is bad

Lloyds of London have warned that fossil fuel exploration of the Arctic will damage an important ecosystem. With that in mind, here is the latest email I have received from Greenpeace: Dear supporter, Any moment now, Gazprom will pump the … Continue reading

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It’s official – Arctic 30 protestors are not pirates

As Kumi Naidoo, International Executive Director of Greenpeace International has said, this is an historic event. The actions of the Russian government two months ago – and the continuing failure of the UNFCCC to agree action to mitigate climate change … Continue reading

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Arctic 1, Shell 0

I know I did not post anything about this particular facet of Greenpeace’s campaign against Shell drilling in the Arctic (and any company associated with Shell). However, I did post it on my Facebook page. After Greenpeace launched just such … Continue reading

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