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The Arctic came to Friends House in London on 20 April as part of a global day of action as Greenpeace used 3D projection to transform the building into the pristine Arctic.
An organisation representing indigenous peoples in Russia has been ordered to close, in the country’s latest crackdown on NGOs.
A satirical boardgame has been launched about the global oil industry. Greenpeace have made the game - Deepsea Desperation - downloadable from their website.
Cairn Energy has announced the first discovery of oil in Arctic waters. Environmental commentators have warned of an "Arctic oil rush".
Archbishop Desmond Tutu has called for urgent action against the threat of global warming. He was speaking in Tromsø, the largest Nordic city north of the Arctic Circle. African and Pacific leaders have backed his plea.
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