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Greenpeace Verdict On Shell/Noble Arctic Crimes

Greenpeace Arctic campaigner, Ian Duff, has issued the following statement: “Shell has proven time and again it can’t be trusted to manage its contractors safely. That Shell engaged Noble Drilling, a company now guilty of eight felonies, is the clearest indicator yet. Letting Shell back into such a precious and risky environment as the Arctic […]

Shell Arts Sponsorship Protest at the National Gallery

By John Donovan Royal Dutch Shell has suffered a string of PR debacles.  In October 2013, Shell Out Sounds, a group of singers, musicians and activists who opposed Shell’s sponsorship of Southbank Centre, staged an unsanctioned performance from the Royal Festival Hall’s choir seats in protest of a Shell Classic International concert.  The campaigners condemned […]

Will Shell try to crush Greenpeace again?

By John Donovan James Delingpole of Breitbart fame,”the world’s best political blogger”, says in an outspoken article about the Greenpeace Lego victory over Shell, that the oil giant should “crush” Greenpeace, who he describes as bastards. Obviously not a man to mince his words.  It is an article well worth reading. He is a brilliant […]

Lego surrender in Greenpeace anti-Shell Arctic drilling campaign 

By John Donovan The Greenpeace campaign demanding that Lego should end its 50 year partnership with Shell has resulted in a surrender by Lego. According to a Guardian article published today, the toymaker will not renew the current multimillion pounds deal for Shell branded Lego to be sold at Shell petrol stations in 26 countries.  […]

Royal Dutch Shell News Roundup Monday 11 Aug 2014

Rejection in Australia, Oil Spill Fire in Nigeria, Fire sale in the USA, Asbestos lawsuit in the UK By John Donovan AUSTRALIA The Australian reports that a fortnight after Woodside Petroleum shareholders scuttled a $2.7 billion plan to remove Royal Dutch Shell from the company’s share register, Woodside has bought a 40% stake in a […]

The assault on Lego

By John Donovan The Greenpeace led assault on Lego continues with an article published today by The Guardian newspaper under the headline: “How Lego lost its innocence” Extract “A co-promotion with Lego is a lucrative PR stunt for Shell. But as Greenpeace is keen to point out, Shell is an appalling choice of partner, not […]

Greenpeace attacks Lego in second anti-Shell partnership video

By John Donovan With its usual determination, Greenpeace continues to mount a sustained innovative campaign against the plans of Royal Dutch Shell to drill in Arctic waters.  It is worth remembering that Shell has in the past used dirty tricks, including undercover activity by its paid spies/infiltrators, in an attempt to combat and undermine Greenpeace. […]

Behind the scenes at Greenpeace’s Lego and Shell protest viral video

From an article published by the Guardian newspaper on 22 July 2014 It had more than 4.5m views in its first week… The film was designed to increase the pressure on Lego to cut its ties with Shell. Arguably it is the way the film subverts and disrupts expectations that explains why more than 4.5 […]

Greenpeace’s Lego Video Aims To End Shell Partnership

Extracts from an article by Katherine Boehrer published by The Huffington Post on 7 July 2014 Greenpeace’s most recent video targets popular toy brand Lego for its partnership with Shell. Though it begins innocently enough, panning over a Lego winter wonderland full of polar bears, wolves and icebergs, the video takes a sinister twist when […]

Greenpeace urges Lego to end Shell partnership

Extract from an article by Adam Vaughan published by The Guardian on Tuesday 1 July 2014 On Tuesday the environmental group will target the Danish company, which has distributed more than 16m Shell-branded toys via petrol stations in 26 countries, hoping to pressure it through “creative action” and mobilising the 5 million “Arctic supporters” it […]

Greenpeace Arctic Sunrise: Russia ‘frees protest ship’

Extract from a BBC News article published 6 June 2014 Russian authorities have released the Greenpeace ship seized after a protest against oil drilling in the Arctic last year, the environmental group says. The Arctic Sunrise, which had been held in the port of Murmansk, is back in the hands of campaigners, Greenpeace said. FULL […]