Greenpeace bear witness to oil spills at the Mamontovskoe and Yuzhno-Balyksky oil fields, owned by Rosneft in the Khanty-Mansiysk district, Siberia. Rosneft’s operations have turned thousands of hectares of forest into environmental disaster zones just in a matter of years. Rosneft has received at least 23 license blocks from the Russian government for oil exploration and production on the Arctic shelf.
Aerial of an oil spill at the Rosneft oil field, Pyt-Yakh. Disastrous oil spills is a daily routine at Rosneft fields near Pyt'-Yah, Khanty-Mansi region, Siberia.
© Denis Sinyakov / Greenpeace
[Markham], Canada, October 30, 2014 - Greenpeace delivers petition signatures to Clover Leaf employees at the company’s Canadian headquarters in Ontario.
Greenpeace volunteers and staff installed a series of ocean themed pumpkins and a banner...
TransCanada sets up its off-shore drilling platform in Cacouna, QC and Greepeace Activist make their presence known.
2014.09.10 Nicolas Falcimaigne / Greenpeace Canada
Greenpeace creates a protest scene with LEGO figures in front of at Parliament Hill, home to Canada's Federal Government in Ottawa. Greenpeace is urging Lego to cut ties with Shell and help 'Save the Arctic." For the last few years Shell has been...
For the fifth year, First Nations peoples, tar sands community members and environmental advocates will come together for a 20km walk through the tar sands. The walk is a chance to see tar sands destruction first hand, but more importantly to...
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