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The national body of British Quakers is facing controversy following the news that it has invested over half a million pounds in the oil company BP.
A major correction to world GDP is inevitable, economist Hannes Kunz told attendees at an international forum in Colle di Val d'Elsa, Italy on Tuesday.
BP’s latest Statistical Review of World Energy continues its track record of regurgitating questionable data from third-party sources about global oil reserves, says NGO Global Witness.
A Mennonite mutual fund in the United States is pushing BP over key questions concerning the impact of the worst oil spill disaster in US history.
A reserve for uncontacted indigenous people in the remote Peruvian Amazon has been made off-limits to oil and gas companies after international campaigning.
A senior Sudanese church official says political parties must agree on the sharing of oil wealth to minimise north-south border tensions in Africa's largest nation.
As Shell faces a lawsuit in the Netherlands over alleged oil pollution in Nigeria, and a fresh challenge over plans to drill oil in the Arctic, a new report published today argues for urgent action.
Campaigners will today intensify their battle against the US and Britain handing control over Iraq’s oil to corporations in a landmark conference for the occupied country’s civil society.
Some Norwegian church leaders want a five-year moratorium on oil and gas exploration on Norway's continental shelf in the North Sea, in particular off the Lofoten archipelago in the Arctic Circle.
It is wrong that "rules of law, human affairs and democracy are cast aside to worship a barrel of oil" said Mark Thomas in protesting about the Saudi state visit to the UK.
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