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Le sponsoring culturel des géants du pétrole crée la polémique

Cultural sponsorship by oil company giants is creating debate Tristan de Bourbon, London; in Tribune de Genéve, page 11     - Sep 19, 2014

“Protests might intensify” over BP sponsorship

Tate has faced an Information Tribunal to defend its right to keep details of its financial relationship with the oil company a secret. Frances Richens, Arts Professional - Sep 19, 2014

Who funds the arts and why we should care

As the arts increasingly depend on private and corporate funding, questions arise about how closely artists and institutions should examine the sources of finance Rachel Spence, Financial Times - Sep 19, 2014

Pressure grows over BP arts sponsorship

Oil giant facing criticism over corporate sponsorship of cultural institutions including the Royal Opera House Terry Macalister, The Guardian - Sep 19, 2014

Tony Blair will advise on controversial gas pipeline from Azerbaijan to Italy

Jamie Doward, Observer - Aug 19, 2014

Nigeria and Shell ‘not cleaning pollution’

- Aug 5, 2014

Nigeria: Govt, Shell Not Cleaning Oil Pollution

Ejiofor Alike - Aug 5, 2014

Shell chief to visit Nigeria in effort to clean up oil spills

Terry Macalister, The Guardian - Jun 1, 2014

UNEP report: a vote against Shell

Ishaya Ibrahim, The Niche, Lagos - Jun 1, 2014

Stop playing games with Ogoni people, activists tell Shell

Ben Ezeamalu, Premium Times, Nigeria - May 29, 2014

‘Cleaned’ Nigerian sites still blighted by oil

Rob Davies, Daily Mail - May 27, 2014

Not cool

(on Tate’s reaction to Platform’s Freedom of Information request to see the minutes of the ethics committee for the meeting where the decision on renewing BP’s sponsorship was taken) Art Monthly news piece - May 1, 2014
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