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Bill McKibben slams Shell sponsorship at Chatham House keynote on climate 

More images available on request Contact: [email protected] — @platformlondon Speaking at the annual Chatham House climate change conference, keynote speaker Bill McKibben of 350.org said: I didn’t know Shell was sponsoring this conference when I agreed to do it, but I’m glad for the chance to say in public that Shell is among the most...

Nigerian Government and Shell continue to ignore horrendous pollution in Niger Delta

AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL; CENTRE FOR ENVIRONMENT, HUMAN RIGHTS AND DEVELOPMENT ENVIRONMENTAL RIGHTS ACTION; FRIENDS OF THE EARTH EUROPE; PLATFORM Abuja/Amsterdam/Brussels/London, August 4, 2014 – The systemic failure of the Nigerian government and oil giant Shell to clean up the horrendous oil pollution in the Niger Delta has been branded “shameful” by a group of Nigerian and...
Communities in the Niger Delta demand justice

Communities in the Niger Delta demand justice

Blog by Sarah Shoraka from Platform and Patrick Kane from War on Want. Yesterday, communities took to the streets to protest in the Niger Delta. They were protesting three years of inaction by Shell in response to UN study which found that the company had failed to clean up decades of oil pollution in Ogoniland...
Today is the 19th anniversary of the executions of Ken Saro-Wiwa and 8 Ogoni colleagues

Today is the 19th anniversary of the executions of Ken Saro-Wiwa and 8 Ogoni colleagues

It is genocide. I accuse the oil companies of practising racism because they do in Ogoni what they do not do in other parts of the world. Ken Saro-Wiwa, 1993 On November 10th 1995, Nigerian writer and campaigner Ken Saro-Wiwa and eight colleagues were executed by the then military government for protesting against oil companies’...
Sign the petition: Shell must clean up its oil pollution in the Niger Delta

Sign the petition: Shell must clean up its oil pollution in the Niger Delta

[emailpetition id=”2″ width=”100%”] The Niger Delta is one of the most polluted places on earth, laid to waste by an oil industry that does not respect people or the environment. It wasn’t always that way. Before Shell first discovered oil in Nigeria in 1956, it was a globally important wetland habitat with rich biodiversity, providing livelihoods for people...

Report: Shell gushed cash on Nigeria security

Al Jazeera – August 20, 2012

Shell paid Nigeria millions to guard oil facilities

AFP –  August 20, 2012
Sweet (Crude) Lies: is the game up for Shell?

Sweet (Crude) Lies: is the game up for Shell?

Last week, Shell was forced to reveal documents as part of an ongoing legal case against them in the UK High Court brought by 15,000 community members in Bodo in the Niger Delta. The documents expose the fact that Shell has repeatedly made false claims about the size and impact of two major oil spills at...

Nigeria took 40 pct of Shell security spend in late 2000s-NGO

Reuters – August 20, 2012

Shell spending millions of dollars on security in Nigeria, leaked data shows

The Guardian – August 19, 2012
20 year's since Ken Saro Wiwa's arrest - 20 years of Shell's inaction

20 year’s since Ken Saro Wiwa’s arrest – 20 years of Shell’s inaction

Twenty years ago today, Ken Saro-Wiwa was arrested for the final time. Eighteen months later he and eight others were dead; hanged by the Nigerian military government on trumped up charges, for campaigning against Shell’s destruction of their home. Today is also Shell’s London AGM – a chance to foreground the voices of those still...
Shell guilty: Court in the Hague orders Shell to pay compensation over oil spill in Nigeria

Shell guilty: Court in the Hague orders Shell to pay compensation over oil spill in Nigeria

It’s big news. For the first time, Shell has been found guilty in a court outside of the country in which it inflicted damage; in this case, in a court in the Hague for an oil spill in Nigeria. Shell will be forced to pay compensation to a farmer whose land and livelihood was ruined...
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