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The International Executive Director of Greenpeace, Kumi Naidoo, has been arrested and is being flown to Greenland after breaching an exclusion zone and scaling a controversial Arctic oil rig 120km out to sea.
South Africa can create around 150 000 new jobs in the energy sector in the next 20 years, and at the same time safeguard against catastrophic climate change -- according to Greenpeace's new 'Advanced Energy [R]evolution' report.
The greenpeace campaigners who scaled an Arctic oil rig and prevented deep water drilling off the coast of Greenland for four days have vowed to continue their campaign after being arrested by climbers believed to be from the Danish navy.
The Greenpeace activists who spent two months in jail after a peaceful protest in the Arctic have expressed relief after the Russian parliament voted to grant them amnesty. But they also declared: "There is no amnesty for the Arctic."
Finally Cairn's Oil Spill Response Plan was published recently. We've gone through the document thoroughly and have made some startling findings.
Kumi Naidoo will spend night in Danish jail before release tomorrow.
While Carin Energy was hoping for a multimillion injunction to stop Greenpeace protests, the Dutch judge overseeing the case had completely different plans in mind.
Last month activists took bold action to stop the oil rig Leiv Eiriksson from drilling in the Arctic waters. But sadly the Greenland government has now approved Cairn Energy’s application to drill four offshore oil wells this year.
New revelations by the whistle-blowing website Wikileaks show how the scramble for resources in the Arctic is sparking military tension in the region – with NATO sources worried about the potential for armed conflict between the alliance and Russia.
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