Greenpeace is calling on governments in Durban to listen to the people and not the polluting corporations, and:
New Plymouth, New Zealand, February 7, 2013 – Film and TV star Lucy Lawless and seven activists were today convicted and sentenced to 120 hours community service each for attempting to stop an Arctic-bound oil drilling ship last year.
To make mistakes is human. To make them repeatedly is careless and short-sighted. To do so in pursuit of profit and at the expense of the natural systems on which we all depend is unforgivable.
For a species undeniably so...
February 4, 2013 (Jukkasjärvi, Sweden) — On the eve of the Arctic Council environment minister’s meeting, a leaked copy of the Council’s much-heralded oil spill response agreement reveals deeply inadequate measures and a lack of effective...
Scientists have been warning for decades that human caused climate change will bring an increase in extreme weather and it seems that our carbon chickens are now coming home to roost.
Hurricane Sandy was arguably one the most...
I'm standing outside a Shell petrol station in Davos, looking at polar bears on the roof with a huge banner that says ARCTIC OIL - TOO RISKY.
Twenty-five activists have shut down the station, some of whom are chained to the pumps.
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