Extinction Rebellion has kicked off its fifth mass protest in London as activists demanded the Government stop investment in fossil fuels.
A 13-metre wind turbine blade is being brought to Duthie Park in Aberdeen this Saturday as part of a Greenpeace climate campaign.
Extinction Rebellion says Police Scotland use of saw ‘dangerous and disproportionate’ in oil club protest
Extinction Rebellion has claimed Police Scotland was “dangerous and disproportionate” in using a circular saw to help remove protestors from a Scottish Oil Club event.
Greenpeace is staging a “socially distanced protest” outside BP’s London headquarters as the energy giant is due to begin its annual general meeting.
Drilling contractor Transocean is understood to pushing for jail time and fines against Greenpeace bosses, despite receiving a favourable ruling halting any further North Sea action.
The Aberdeen headquarters of oil giant Shell have been blockaded for several hours as Extinction Rebellion carries out a series of protests across the city today.
Seven people have appeared in court after climate activists boarded a gas rig in a bid to prevent it heading out to the North Sea.
Extinction Rebellion has won a High Court challenge against the Metropolitan Police over a London-wide protest ban.
Protesters have blockaded the entrance to a fracking site as part of a month of action to resist the controversial drilling process.
Offshore union bosses have dismissed rumors that they are organising public protests over the industry's treatment of North Sea oil and gas workers.
MORE than 500 protesters lined a north beach yesterday united against planned ship-to-ship oil transfers in the Moray Firth.
Hundreds of people gathered in Los Angeles at the weekend to protest against climate change and show support for activists warning against the construction of an oil pipeline in North Dakota.
Protesters have created a ‘crime scene’ in demonstration outside the Oil & Money 2016 conference in London.
Dozens of climate change protesters stormed the headquarters of Oil and Gas UK yesterday.
Dozens of climate change protesters stormed the headquarters of an organisation set up to help protect the UK's oil and gas industry yesterday.
Greenpeace has erected a life-like drilling rig outside the Houses of Parliament in London.
Protesters say they have shut down an opencast coal mine on land belonging to Conservative peer and climate sceptic Viscount Ridley. Campaigners calling themselves “Matt Ridley’s Conscience” have occupied one of the diggers at Shotton surface mine, in Cramlington, Northumberland on Viscount Ridley’s Blagdon Estate. The group, a mix of local campaigners and protesters from across the UK, have also formed a protest blocking the road, locking their arms into red arm tubes as part of a protest calling for an end to coal mining to protect the climate.
Greenpeace protests who had tried to prevent a Shell oil ship from reaching Alaska could face fines of up to $5,000. According to reports, the Coast Guard has warned the protestors have 30 days to either pay the fines or contest the civil citations before a hearing officer. The environmental group has been ramping up its protest against the move in the past couple of months as Shell looks to resume its operations in the Arctic.
Hundreds of thousands of Brazilians have marched peacefully in more than 150 cities around the country to demand President Dilma Rousseff’s impeachment and to criticise government corruption amid a sprawling graft inquiry at state-run oil firm Petrobras. The biggest of the protests, held on the 30th anniversary of Brazil’s return to democracy after a long military regime, took place in Sao Paulo, an opposition stronghold where some 210,000 gathered on a main avenue, according to the polling institute Datafolha, one of the only entities in Brazil that makes scientific crowd estimates. Large rallies were also seen in the capital Brasilia, the southern city of Porto Alegre and in Rio de Janeiro.