Lego Ends Shell Partnership Following Greenpeace Campaign

Posted In Inform, Pollution
May
15

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Lego – the world’s biggest toy maker – said the company will not renew its marketing contract with Shell after coming under sustained pressure from Greenpeace to end a partnership that dates to the 1960s…

Read Full Article, Guardian UK (10-09-2014)

U.S. Gives Conditional OK To Shell Oil For Drilling Off Alaska’s Arctic Shore, NPR (05-11-2015)

Shell to resume Arctic drilling off Alaska as green groups warn of disaster, Guardian UK (05-11-2015)
Environmentalists accuse the government of ‘looking the other way’ after US gives green light for Shell to restart drilling for oil and gas…

Interior’s Approval of Shell’s Arctic Drilling Plan Threatens Climate, Ocean; NRDC (05-11-2015)

Drilling Will Cost the Arctic its Wildness, Adventure Journal (12-12-2013)

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