A fresh team of Greenpeace activists have re-boarded a BP oil rig in Scotland just hours after Police Scotland declared the occupation over
Police Scotland are beginning attempts to remove Greenpeace activists occupying a BP oil rig in Cromarty, Scotland. A police helicopter is above the site
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My friend Jo and I climbed up a BP oil rig and now we're occupying it to stop it from going out to the North Sea to drill for up to 30 million barrels of oil.
At least 50 million hectares of forest – an area twice the size of the UK – is set to have been destroyed for commodities during 10 years of corporate commitments to end deforestation, according to a new Greenpeace International report
Greenpeace activists have boarded a BP oil rig halting its progress as it sails out to start drilling new oil wells off the coast of Scotland
Greenpeace volunteers shut down BP Headquarters in central London
As you read this, I’m sitting in a big container outside BP HQ in London, blocking one of the main entrances to the building. Along with a team of climbers on the roof, and more people in containers like mine, we’ve shut down the building. This is one of the scariest things I’ve ever done, but I know it’s the right thing.
Far-reaching scheme enjoys public support and will drastically boost recycling collection rates
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