Ragnhild Freng Dale

Ragnhild Freng Dale

Ragnhild Freng Dale is a theatremaker and PhD candidate at the Scott Polar Research Institute, University of Cambridge. She studies the dynamics of conflict and consent around extractive industries in Sápmi and the Norwegian North.

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Sunday, March 06, 2016
When the Activists Stop the Mine; The Battle over Norwegian Fjord
As the Heathrow 13 escape prison after direct action to stop a 3 rd runway, climate activists in Norway face a lawsuit for blocking a mining company’s drilling site. Civil disobedience is quickly becoming an important tool for the environmental movement. Protests have been loud and growing, even...
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