Shell: Latest Oil Company To Do A Belly Flop

By Brian Kahn, Gizmodo. -

We’re halfway through 2020, and I think we can all safely say it’s been a pretty terrible year. There’s been so much terrible stuff in the past two months alone, I can’t even remember the bad [...]

Friends Of The Earth Netherlands Submits Legal Summons In Historic Climate Case Against Shell

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In the court summons, Friends of the Earth Netherlands outlines why it is bringing this groundbreaking climate litigation case against Shell, highlighting the company’s early knowledge of climate [...]

Gulf Coast Activist At Shell Meeting Decries Destruction Of Home

By Deirdre Fulton, -

By Deirdre Fulton for Common Dreams - Just two weeks after Royal Dutch Shell's offshore drilling operations released nearly 90,000 gallons of oil into the water off the Louisiana coast, an [...]

Wake Of Shell’s Gulf Oil Spill, Protesters Demand Ban

By Mike Ludwig, -

By Mike Ludwig for Truthout - As Shell Oil and the US Coast Guard continued to clean up a large oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico on Sunday, about 1,300 protesters from across North America marched [...]

Shell Spills 90,000 Gallons Of Oil Into Gulf Of Mexico

By Ryan Schleeter, -

By Ryan Schleeter for Greene Peace - Just weeks after commemorating the six-year anniversary of the catastrophic Deepwater Horizon blowout, the Gulf of Mexico is once again the site of a major [...]

Victory: Science Museum Drops Shell Sponsorship

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By Adam Vaughan for The Guardian - The Science Museum will not renew a controversial sponsorship deal with Shell in which the oil company provided significant funding for its high-profile climate [...]

Battle To Protect The Arctic From Oil Drilling Is Not Over

By Brian C. Black, -

By Brian C. Black in The Conversation - After billions of dollars invested over several years, Royal Dutch Shell said September 28 it would end oil exploration offshore Alaska after [...]

Why Shell Lost The Arctic

By Hannah McKinnon, -

By Hannah McKinnon in Price of Oil - Royal Dutch Shell announced this morning that it would be abandoning its exploration program in the U.S. offshore Arctic for the “foreseeable future” (see our [...]

Major Victory: Shell Abandons Arctic Drilling

By Terry Macalister, -

By Terry Macalister for the Guardian - The movement has done an incredible job over the last three years protesting Shell's arctic drilling culminating with the #SHellNo campaign this summer. The [...]

Giant ‘Dying Polar Bear’ Protests At Shell HQs Over Arctic Drilling

By Kara O'Neill, -

By Kara O'Neill in Mirror - A giant dying polar bear has been placed outside the headquarters of oil and gas company Shell in a bid to stop their Arctic drilling programme. British actress [...]

Shell Leaves Climate Project It Helped Set Up Amid Arctic Drilling Row

By Terry Macalister, -

By Terry Macalister in The Guardian - Shell has been forced to leave a Prince of Wales climate change project which it helped found after a row over the oil company’s controversial drilling [...]

Shell Oil Faces Long Odds With Arctic Drilling

By Tony Doukupil, -

By Tony Doukupil in MSNBC - President Obama is days away from championing his climate change agenda during a landmark visit to Alaska, a region he’s called “the front lines” of climate change. [...]

Kayactivists Across The Country Protest Arctic Drilling

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By Various in Our Arctic Ocean - From Santa Barbara to Boston and from Florida to Alaska, hundreds of citizens banded together on Saturday for the “Shell No” Day of Action. With more than 20 [...]

Shell’s Arctic Drilling Faces Setback As Ship Forced Back To Port

By Mike Gaworecki, -

By Mike Gaworecki in DeSmogBlog - Is Shell finally “Arctic Ready” after its doomed 2012 campaign? The company is set to begin drilling in the Arctic within the week, and it’s already not looking [...]

I’m Standing Between Shell & The Arctic—Join Me

By Mehreen Khan, -

By Audrey Siegl in GreenPeace - This morning off the coast of British Columbia, I went face to face with Shell’s Arctic drilling rig, the Polar Pioneer. It was terrifying. But there are moments [...]

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