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
The crew of the Esperanza show solidarity with the Arctic 30.
(Music: 'Broken Day' - by My First Band)
Compilation featuring the emotional moments experienced by those members of the Arctic 30 who have this week been granted bail and released from prison in Saint Petersburg.
Freelance photographer Denis Sinyakov and Greenpeace activist Andrey Allakhverdov are released on bail from St Petersburg detention centre SIZO 1. They were arrested in September 2013 by Russian authorities following a Greenpeace protest against...
Colin Russell delivers a powerful speech to media during his detention hearing at Primorskiy Court in St. Petersburg. The Russian Investigative Committee is applying to keep the detainees in prison for a further three months while they...
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