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Twenty-eight Greenpeace activists, a photographer and a videographer are still being held in custody by the Russian authorities.
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.
A report released by Amnesty International and Greeneace calls for the criminal investigation of Trafigura, the company behind the 2006 dumping of toxic waste in Côte d’Ivoire.
Green Party of England and Wales leader Caroline Lucas says the nuclear lessons of the unfolding tragedy in Japan must be learned in the UK.
A satirical boardgame has been launched about the global oil industry. Greenpeace have made the game - Deepsea Desperation - downloadable from their website.
Campaigners have stopped an oil platform from moving into position to start drilling a well in deep water off the Shetland Islands by climbing up its huge anchor chain.
Cairn Energy has announced the first discovery of oil in Arctic waters. Environmental commentators have warned of an "Arctic oil rush".
Ministers been accused of going “backwards”, by delaying plans to introduce an Environmental Performance Standard (EPS) for power companies.
BP was prevented from selling fuel anywhere in central London this morning, when nonviolent Greenpeace activists shut down every petrol station in the area.
In addition to losing their reputation and mindbogglingly large sums of money, BP also seem to have lost any ability to appreciate irony.