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Page - October 25, 2013
We need your help to spread the story of the brave Arctic 30.

The story of the Arctic 30’s heroic actions last month has flown around the world and got many people talking about why they were there – to stop reckless oil drilling in the pristine Arctic.

But in Murmansk, Russia, our appeals to have the Arctic 30 released on bail have been denied.

Alex Harris, a British activist and one of the Arctic 30, wrote home recently and said to her family:

“I hope you're all OK. I also hope the news isn't slowly dying. Trying very, very hard not to lose hope.”

(Read Alex’s full letter here.)

We cannot let the story of why Alex and the rest of the Arctic 30 took action die. It’s important that the world knows that it is wrong to exploit melting ice (melting that’s caused by our current fossil fuel addiction) to drill for more of the oil that is warming our world further. It's up to us to tell the story now.

So bookmark this page and come back every time you need ideas to push the story far and wide!


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