Activist Faiza Oulahsen holds up her hand during her bail hearing in Murmansk, Russia. Faiza is one of the Arctic 30 facing 7-years in prison on hooliganism charges following a peaceful protest to stop climate change in the Arctic.
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BREAKING NEWS: Just this week, Shell announced that it cannot drill in the Alaskan Arctic this year. But the fight isn't over. This announcement comes a week after a federal court ruled that the Bureau of Ocean Energy Management (BOEM) — the federal agency that permits oil companies to drill offshore — intentionally downplayed the impact Arctic oil drilling would have on the fragile environment…
28 Greenpeace activists, a freelance photographer and a freelance videographer have been charged with piracy and hooliganism in Russian Courts. Even though the Arctic 30 were granted bail, piracy and hooliganism charges are still in place. These charges carry with them maximum sentences of 15 and 7 years in a Russian prison. The Arctic 30 were on the scene of a peaceful protest at an…
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