'Oil Spill Patrol' Team in Russia - Part 1

An international group of Greenpeace experts and volunteers together with partner organization, Save the Pechora Committee will patrol the region of the Komi Republic (Russia) to find and map numerous oil spills, clean up an oil-contaminated area, and collect case studies and experiences from the local population, bearing witness to the huge scale of the problem.

A volunteer fixes a Greenpeace flag to the gate of an oil camp in the village of Parma, 10 km away from Usinsk in Russia's Komi Republic.

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