25 thoughts on “Shell not a good sponsor of Wildlife Photographer of the Year competition

  1. There is a planned day of action against Shell on November 10th, the anniversary of the execution of Ken Saro Wiwa and eight others by the Nigerian Government, backed by Shell.

    Supporters are asked to organise vigils and actions in their own area (at Shell garages, Irish govt embassies) or, if possible make their way to Erris to blockade the road in fron of the refinery.

    There will be a bus leaving Dublin on Thursday 9th at 6PM and returning (if everyone hasn’t been arrested) on Friday afternoon. The protest is planned for early in the morning. Send an email to Dublinshelltosea@gmail.com for more info or if you can make it to Dublin in time to join the bus. Help send Shell to sea!


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