This video says about itself:
27 August 2013
This is the video Shell and Formula 1 had removed from YouTube several times. Corporate censorship on a video with content that’s utterly not infringing, just bad publicity. They tried removing this entry three times as well, but I kept denying their claim and re-uploading it – telling them to point out exactly what is infringing about the content.
So Shell, you’re censoring YouTube aye? That’s a way to destroy your brand even more spectacularly than just having no moral, ethical and future-minded basis on your decision to destroy even more of the earth. Use your size for change and to push clean energy forward, not for repeating something that’s so obviously, devastatingly, evidently wrong.
From daily The Morning Star in Britain:
Friday 30th January 2015
The oil giant made the announcement as it revealed it was cutting spending over the next three years by almost £10 billion in response to sliding prices.
The new bid to drill in the Alaskan Arctic comes despite previous problems including the Kulluk running aground as it was being towed across the Gulf of Alaska in 2012.
Shell has left an influential climate change lobbying group sponsored by the Prince of Wales amid concern about the company’s attitude to environmental issues.
The oil major has left the Prince of Wales Corporate Leaders Group, which includes Lloyds Banking Group, Tesco and Unilever, and which has played an important role in lobbying for legislation such as the climate change act. That act commits the UK to reducing its carbon emissions by at least 80 per cent from what they were in 1990 by 2050.