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Letter in Evening Standard on fossil fuel subsidies and floods

by Kevin Smith, Platform Unedited version of the letter here: Ed Milliband is entirely right to critique David Cameron for breaking his promise to deliver “the greenest government ever.” Failing to act now on climate change, like the government’s cuts to flood defences, is a prime example of how spending cuts don’t equate to saving... - Feb 17, 2014

Activists accuse Britain of ‘gas grab’ in Algeria despite human rights abuses

Terry Macalister, The Guardian Protesters plan to target investor conference at London Stock Exchange on Monday - Feb 9, 2014

Hague’s Azerbaijan gas pipeline deal attacked

BP-led offshore expansion plan worth $45bn angers human rights activists Jim Armitage - Dec 17, 2013

UK universities urged to ditch ‘extensive’ fossil fuel link

Business Green - Oct 21, 2013

Fossil fuel ties with universities highlighted by report

Times Higher Education Supplement - Oct 21, 2013

UK universities have £5.2bn invested in the fossil fuel industry, report says

Blue and Green Tomorrow,  by Ilaria Bertini - Oct 20, 2013

Platform in 50-minute live TV feature on The Oil Road, Democracy Now, 8th October 2013

From Caspian Sea to Arctic to Middle East, How Oil Pipelines Threaten Democracy & Planet’s Survival. Interview with Anna Galkina, James Marriott (of Platform), and author of ‘Carbon Democracies’ Timothy Mitchell, with anchor  Amy Goodman.     - Oct 8, 2013

Shell in Nigerian arms controversy as campaigners accuse it of doing little to prevent weapons falling into the wrong hands

Daily Mail - Aug 17, 2013

‘Oil City’ in The Guardian

By Lyn Gardner - Jun 20, 2013

‘Oil City’ reviewed in Red Pepper

by Siobhan McGuirk - Jun 20, 2013

‘Oil City’ in The Big Issue

By Sally Brammall - Jun 15, 2013

‘Oil City’ in We make money not art

- Jun 12, 2013
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