13 thoughts on “Shell polluters of Nigeria sued

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  3. Greenpeace barred from oil protests

    UNITED STATES: A federal judge has ordered US Greenpeace activists to stay a kilometre away from Shell Oil’s drilling vessels destined for Arctic Ocean waters off Alaska’s pristine northern shores.

    Judge Sharon Gleason signed the preliminary injunction on Wednesday. It will last until the end of the open water drilling season on October 31. A 500-metre safety zone is in place for support vessels.

    “Greenpeace is just one part of a growing movement which will continue to oppose Arctic drilling peacefully and vigourously this year and in the future,” activist Dan Howells said in a statement.

    http://www.morningstaronline.co.uk/news/content/view/full/117273

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